View Planning Applications

View Planning Applications

This is the shared PublicAccess website for Chiltern & South Bucks District Councils' Shared Planning Service and contains data and documents for Planning applications in both Districts. 



If you were registered with the South Bucks PublicAccess website your details cannot be transferred over so you will need to re-register here.

If you find any anomalies in the data please email us at 

View Planning Applications

By clicking the link above, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and agree to the terms and conditions.

The above facility allows you to view, track and Commenting on Planning Applications online.

Please note that the comments function on PublicAccess times out after approximately 30 minutes so if your comments are extensive you would be well advised to type them outside of PublicAccess and copy and paste them into the comments box. There is also a limit of 6000 characters.

Whilst the case is an Application or Appeal that has not yet been determined, or there is a current High Court Challenge, the statutory planning register and relevant background documents that form part of the consideration, will be available to view in Public Access.

When an application has been determined by the Council, by Appeal or by High Court, statutory planning register documents and relevant decision documents will be available to view in Public Access. The application form may be viewed at the Councils office upon request, together with relevant background documents.

Planning applications from 1974 to the present day are available to view through this system. The Planning service is in the process of digitising all paper records so paper records are not immediately available at the Council Offices. If you are unable to access planning records through this website email for guidance on how access to specific records can be provided.

Please note that any comments made, including personal details submitted, will be seen by Councillors, the applicant, members of the public, and will be published on the Council's web site. We will endeavour not to publish signatures and telephone numbers.