You can apply on-line through Planning Portal.
Make a planning application
Sustainable drainage systems
Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) are a mandatory requirement on all new developments involving more than a single dwelling or a construction area more than 100m2. You must apply to the SuDS Approving Body (SAB) for approval on these types of developments.
Find out more about SuDS including how to apply for approval.
There are guidance notes at each stage of the online process and you can save your work and break away at any time. Once you have submitted an online application you get a reference number and we receive an email notifying us so that we can begin to process it.
Alternatively, you can download an application form and return it to us.
You will need to submit supporting information when you apply. Please read the validation guide for full details.
Please be aware that if you do not provide all the necessary documents then you may not be awarded planning permission.
How much does a planning application cost?
Fees are set by Central Government and you can calculate the cost of your planning application using our fee schedule.
How can I pay?
The fee should be submitted with your application and can be paid by the following methods:
- Credit/debit card by phoning 01824 706727.
- On-line if you are making a planning portal submission.
- Cheque made payable to ‘Denbighshire County Council’ posted to PO Box 62, Ruthin, LL15 9AZ
Housing development proposals outside of Local Development Plan (LDP) development boundaries.
At present, the Council is unable to demonstrate a 5 year housing land supply as required by Welsh Government. This has resulted in a number of planning applications and enquiries for housing development on sites outside development boundaries as defined in the adopted LDP.
The Council has therefore drafted a Developer Guidance Note which was approved by Planning Committee on 11th November 2015.
The purpose of the Note is to provide guidance to potential applicants on providing comprehensive evidence to demonstrate that the proposed development is sustainable and is both viable and deliverable in order that it will make a genuine and early contribution to housing land supply and construction on the ground.