Search and comment on planning applications
You can look at planning applications received by the council using our online planning register. This service allows you to:
- see the details of individual planning applications
- see what planning decisions we have made
- submit comments on an applications (if it’s within a consultation period)
- track the progress of applications, save searches and get email notifications (when you register)
- search for current or historic applications relating to a property (from 2000).
Please be patient when searching for planning applications as our system can become very busy with simultaneous requests. If the system is slow to respond or if you see error messages, please try again after 20 minutes or so.
Additionally, some users of the planning register are currently experiencing problems logging in to make comments on planning applications. Searching and viewing cases and documents is working as normal. If you wish to comment on a planning application and are unable to do so using the system, please email your comments to email@example.com. We are looking into the issue as a high priority and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.'
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Find out about major development proposals, appeals and inquiries
Bishopsgate Goodsyard - consultation
A planning application for redevelopment of the Bishopsgate Goodsyard site which is partly located in Hackney and partly in Tower Hamlets, was submitted in 2014 (Planning Application reference PA/14/2011).
The application was subsequently ‘called in’ by the Mayor of London in September 2015. Following discussions with the GLA, Hackney and Tower Hamlets councils, the developer has been preparing an amended scheme for Bishopsgate Goodsyard.
Hackney and Tower Hamlets will formally consult local residents and businesses on behalf of the GLA on this amended planning application. For more information, please see the Bishopsgate Goodsyard advice note.
Public Planning Inquiry - Former Westferry Printworks
All documentation relating to the Public Planning Inquiry regarding Former Westferry Printworks, 235 Westferry Road, London E14 (PA/18/01877) can be accessed directly using this link.
The link will remain valid until the outcome of the Inquiry is published.
You can view evidence, submit comments and check the progress of a planning appeal online via the Planning Portal
Find planning applications on a map
You can use our interactive maps to:
- view the locations of current and decided planning applications
- get details of applications in a chosen location.
View planning applications by location
You can read the reports and decisions relating to planning applications on our Committee pages. The Strategic Development and the Development Committee are the two relevant pages. You can also get the details of forthcoming planning committee meetings on our calendar of meetings.
Historic planning applications
You can search for applications on our online planning register from 2000 onwards. If you wish to view older applications you can make a request to retrieve the files. See details on our file retrieval service.
Hackney Wick and Fish Island planning applications
Planning applications relating to land in Hackney Wick or Fish Island are submitted to the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC). You can view these applications on the LLDC register of planning applications.
Please note: This applies to applications submitted from 1 October 2012 - Applications prior to this date can be viewed on the our online planning register .
The applications and ancillary documents received by the council are from the applicant and do not represent the views of the council or any judgement on the merits of the application which will remain to be decided by the council’s Planning Committee.
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