Planning & Regeneration in Birmingham
Processing planning applications
Dealing with appeals if planning permission is refused
Dealing with complaints if someone is doing something without planning permission
- Writing Planning Policies to guide development and regeneration activities across the city
- Working with developers and communities to deliver regeneration projects throughout the city
Advice on Land Charges and searches of the Land Charges Register
Advice on Archaeology in Birmingham
Supporting Businesses in the city with numerous training, loan and grant schemes
- Helping unemployed residents back into work
The team includes professional planning, regeneration and conservation officers, and technical and administrative support staff.
You can find out about the level of service you can expect from us in our Customer Charter.
The Planning Code of Practice below sets out how both officers and Councillors deal with planning applications.
We have also successfully retained the national Customer Service Excellence Award for the last 7 years.
Find out about...Customer Feedback - what you say about our services
Service Complaints - what to do if you feel we haven't met our promises
Service Improvements - what we do with what you say
Equalities & Diversity - ensuring we delivery a high quality service to all sectors of the community
Freedom of Information Requests
Our most frequent request under the Freedom of Information Act is to view Planning Applications. However, you do not need to submit a formal request to us for this information. Most application details from January 2006 are held on Planning Online. If you need to view the full file, please contact Planning Direct.
Please note, not all the information we hold is available for public inspection. More information can be found on the Data Protection Page.
Last Updated : 1st November 2013