What you can do

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On a local level we don’t have the resources to be able to respond to all the planning applications that are put forward in Norfolk.

However, if you are concerned about a planning application near you having a detrimental effect upon wildlife and would like some advice on how to respond, please have a look at our advice in the downloadable document below 'Guide for responding to Planning Applications'.

It provides guidance on how you can comment on applications near you to defend your local wildlife. It is important for local communities to make their views heard on applications that may have an impact on local biodiversity.

Local planning authorities encourage public participation and welcome any assistance that can ensure fully informed and balanced decisions.


Download our guide for responding to planning applications.
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