We value your views and carry out public consultation as part of our planning and decision making process.
On this page you can see information about live and closed consultations carried out by the Authority.
There are no live consultations at the moment.
You may be aware that there are some things you can do without needing planning permission – these are called your ‘Permitted Development Rights’. The Broads Authority is proposing to make some changes to these. The changes have not yet been agreed, so you are invited to give us your views.
This consultation closed on 20 June 2018. For more information, visit the Article 4 Directions consultation webpage.
Comments were invited on the Publication version of the Broads Local Plan, which sets out the final policies we wish to use to help determine planning applications in the Broads Authority Executive Area. This is the final stage of consultation before we submit the Plan to the Planning Inspector.
This consultation closed on 12 January 2018. For more information visit our Local Plan page.
This consultation closed on 20 November 2017. For more information contact Ben Hogg, Historic Environment Manager, on 01603756074 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This consultation closed on 9 June 2017. Visit the Planning pages for more information about the guide.
The Education Strategy will guide provision of learning in the Broads from 2017 to 2022. It aims to provide opportunities for young people to learn about and engage with the Broads and emphasises the benefits of high quality outdoor learning. This consultation closed on 3 March 2016.
This consultation closed on 20 February 2017. For information, visit the Neighbourhood planning page.
The Authority consulted on a new Flood Risk SPD. The consultation closed on 23 December 2016.
The consultation closed on 21 December 2016. Find out more on the Neighbourhood Planning page.
This consultation closed on 8 April 2016. The Broads Plan, the partnership management plan for the Broads, has now been updated and Broads Plan 2017 was adopted in March 2017.