Planning Applications

This is a list of all Planning Applications with all the most recent and 'live' applications appearing at the top.  Applications on this website go back to 2014.  If you would like to view anything prior to 2014 then please contact us at planning@scilly.gov.uk or give us a call via 01720 424455.  

Application number Site address Type Decision due Committee Date Decision
Planning application: P/18/073 Sibleys Fuel & Marine Storage, 28-29 Porthmellon Industrial Estate, St Mary's Full 20/11/18 Refused
Planning application: P/18/072 9 Little Porth, Hugh Town, St Mary's Full 21/11/18 08/11/18 Granted
Planning application: P/18/070 20 Ennor Close, Old Town, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly Tree Works Application 02/11/18 Granted
Planning application: P/18/069 Reservoir, Vane Hill, Tresco Full 21/11/18 08/11/18 Granted
Planning application: P/18/068 Flat 1, Spanish Ledge, The Parade, St Mary's Variation/Removal of Condition 12/11/18 Granted
Planning application: P/18/066 St Mary's Hospital, Hopital lane, Hugh Town Full 08/11/18 Granted
Planning application: P/18/064 The Distillery, Old Town Lane, Old Town, St Mary's. Tree Works Application 26/09/18 Refused
Planning application: P/18/063 Dracaena, Church Road, Hugh Town, St Mary's, TR21 0NA Full 23/10/18 Granted
Planning application: P/18/062 33 Ennor Close, Old Town, St Mary's Full 12/09/18 Granted
Planning application: P/18/061 Treboeth, 5 Buzza Street, Hugh Town, St Mary's Full 27/09/18 Withdrawn

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Please note that a decision will normally be issued close to the decision due date (normally 8 weeks from validation for most applications) unless otherwise agreed with the applicant/agent. If the Committee date is blank, this means that the application is either being determined under the delegated powers of the Senior Manager for Infrastructure & Planning or it hasn't been determined whether the application requires a committee decision yet. Please note that both committee and delegated decisions receive exactly the same level of officer assessment.

Commenting On An Application

If you wish to comment on an application, you can do so in writing to the Planning Officer by email or by letter to the address below. If you have any queries about the application or want to discuss them before making a representation please call the Planning Administrator on 01720 424455.

Planning Department
Council of the Isles of Scilly
Town Hall
The Parade
St. Mary's
Isles of Scilly
TR21 0LW

All representations should be made within 21 days of validation of the application. If your comments are received any later, you should be aware that the application may have already been determined. Please quote the application number on all correspondence and provide your name and address as anonymous comments and those marked confidential cannot be considered.

All representations will be made available to view on this website and all comments are available for inspection by any members of the public, including the applicant on the application file in the Planning Department. Representations and application documents are edited to remove signatures, personal telephone numbers and personal e-mail addresses before being published on the website. Please note that in the case of a householder or minor commercial application, any representations made about the application will be passed on to the Secretary of State without opportunity to make further representations in the event of an appeal proceeding by way of expedited procedure.

A full privacy statement on making representations can be found here.

The Council reserves the right not to publish or take into account any letters of representation which are openly offensive or defamatory.

Copyright

Plans, drawings and material submitted to the Council are protected by the Copyright Acts (Section 47, 1988 act). You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans. Further copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner.