Planning Application Statistics

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Dear Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, I would be pleased if you would confirm the following information for the past 3 ½ years (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018) relating to planning applications (broken down into each individual year): -

Number of Major Planning Applications Received
Number of Major Planning Application Determined
Number of Major Planning Applications Determined and Decision Notice issued within 13 weeks
Number of Major Planning Applications refused planning permission
Number of extensions of time agreed

Number of Minor Planning Applications Received
Number of Minor Planning Application Determined
Number of Minor Planning Applications Determined and Decision Notice issued within 8 weeks
Number of Minor Planning Applications refused planning permission
Number of extensions of time agreed

Number of Householder Planning Applications Received
Number of Householder Planning Application Determined
Number of Householder Planning Applications Determined and Decision Notice issued within 8 weeks
Number of extensions of time agreed

Yours faithfully,

Wiplow Ltd.

Freedom Of Information Requests, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr J Dugdale,

 

Freedom of Information Request

Unique Reference No: FOI 7628

 

Thank you for your email received 4 June 2018 requesting information under
the Freedom of Information Act. I understand your request to be as
follows:

 

Under the Freedom of Information Act, I would be pleased if you would
confirm the following information for the past 3 ½ years (2015, 2016, 2017
and 2018) relating to planning applications (broken down into each
individual year): -

 

·         Number of Major Planning Applications Received Number of Major
Planning Application Determined Number of Major Planning Applications
Determined and Decision Notice issued within 13 weeks Number of Major
Planning Applications refused planning permission Number of extensions of
time agreed

 

·         Number of Minor Planning Applications Received Number of Minor
Planning Application Determined Number of Minor Planning Applications
Determined and Decision Notice issued within 8 weeks Number of Minor
Planning Applications refused planning permission Number of extensions of
time agreed

 

·         Number of Householder Planning Applications Received Number of
Householder Planning Application Determined Number of Householder Planning
Applications Determined and Decision Notice issued within 8 weeks Number
of extensions of time agreed

 

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Rita Welsh, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr Dugdale

 

I am writing to confirm your Freedom of Information Request is in process
and we will endeavour to send as soon as possible.

 

We apologise for the delay and thank you for your patience.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any queries.

 

Regards

 

 

Freedom of Information Support

 

 

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Dear Mr Dugdale

 

Request for Information – Freedom of Information

Unique Reference FOI 7628

 

Please find attached response in relation to your Freedom of Information
Request.

 

Kind regards

 

On behalf of Peter Taylor

 

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