|Department||Infrastructure, Housing and Environment|
|Type of consultation||Other|
|Deadline for comments||01/07/2016|
|Responses publish date||01/10/2016|
About the consultation
The Minister for the Environment has launched a public consultation on the next stage of a review of permitted development, ie what people can do to their home, garden or business without applying for planning permission.
The focus of this next consultation includes the following areas:
- work to and within the garden of listed buildings and places
- livestock shelters on land and oyster farming in Grouville Bay
- public utilities and work to private roads
- surveillance equipment
- replacement conservatory roofs
- satellite dishes, awnings, rainwater goods
- industrial sites and demolition
How to submit comments to the consultation
This consultation is now closed.
Responses to the consultation
Department of the Environment has published a summary of consultation
the summary of responses to the permitted development consultation (size 972kb)
Download map of designated area for oyster beds in Grouville Bay (size 650kb)
The Minister for the Environment is grateful to all those who participated in the focus group workshops and the online survey. The minister has taken all the comments submitted into account in forming his direction. The minister will release his direction paper shortly.
Minister’s Direction Paper
The Minister for the Environment has released a direction paper outlining his response to the consultation.