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/14/062 White Cottage, Porthloo, St Mary's Lawful Development Certificate 02/02/15 27/01/15 Refused
Planning application: P/14/058 3 Porthcressa Terrace, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly Full 14/01/15 Granted
Planning application: P/14/057 Proposed Batching Plant Site, Parting Carn, St Mary's Full 13/01/15 Granted
Planning application: P/14/056 Glenmoor Cottage, Higher Town, St Martins, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0QL Lawful Development Certificate 09/12/14 Granted
Planning application: P/14/055 Raveen, Church Street, St Mary's Listed Building Consent 26/12/14 Granted
Planning application: P/14/054 Raveen, Church Street, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly Householder 26/12/14 Granted
Planning application: P/14/053 The Old Cottage Flat, Garrison Hill, St Mary's Variation/Removal of Condition 19/12/14 Granted
Planning application: P/14/051 Units 1-5 Porthmellon Industrial Estate, St Mary's Variation/Removal of Condition 08/12/14 13/11/14 Refused
Planning application: P/14/050 Pelistry Cottage, Parade, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0LP Listed Building Consent 03/12/14 13/11/14 Granted
Planning application: P/14/049 Pelistry Cottage, Parade, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0LP Householder 03/12/14 13/11/14 Granted

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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.