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  • Planning Application Weekly Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 11th August 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application. 

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination. 

    PUBLIC MEETINGS OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE 

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10.00am Monday 7 August, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man. 

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities. 

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting. 

    PUBLIC SPEAKING at Planning Committee 

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand. 

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on 01624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website http://www.gov.im/media/873234/planning-committee-public-speaking-leaflet-july-defa.pdf 

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005 

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    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 1st September 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013

    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013

    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 25 August 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Public Meetings of the Planning Committee

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10am 21 August 2017, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website 

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    Public Speaking at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on 01624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website 

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list– to a pdf copy of the list

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 18 August 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

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    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Strategy will ensure Island’s infrastructure meets future needs

    Tynwald will be asked to support a new strategy that seeks to ensure the Isle of Man’s infrastructure remains fit for the future.

    The National Infrastructure Strategy sets out a framework for meeting the Island’s social and economic requirements for the next 30 years.

    It explains the need for our infrastructure to keep pace with changes in population, the economy, technology and climate in order to maintain the Isle of Man’s status as a special place to live and work.

    The Strategy, to be considered by Members at the July sitting of Tynwald, includes an audit, which concludes that the Island’s current infrastructure is generally in good condition having benefitted from significant investment over the past 15 years.

    Key assets have been designed to withstand change and continue to be maintained to an appropriate standard to meet current and, in some cases, future needs. Where shortfalls have been identified, the Government or infrastructure providers have for the most part already started to tackle this in their planned work programmes.

    Consideration is also given to the factors that will influence long-term decision making and efforts to secure value for money. It is the first time such a comprehensive range of information has been presented in one document.

    The Strategy will help to inform the planning and delivery of future capital schemes by identifying when strategic assets need to be constructed or replaced. It also encourages partnership working across the public and private sectors to promote a forward-looking approach to infrastructure projects.

    There is a strong focus on providing value for money by putting in place maintenance programmes to achieve the full design life of infrastructure such as buildings, roads and services.

    The intention is that work will support the Strategy’s overarching aim ‘to ensure there is an integrated, reliable, secure and resilient provision of Island-wide infrastructure that meets the social and economic needs of the Island up to 2050.’

    Minister Ray Harmer MHK said:

    ‘The Island’s infrastructure supports every facet of our lives. It enables the movement of people and goods, provides our homes and businesses with power, water and telecoms and helps our economy to flourish. The demands on our infrastructure are continually evolving and it is important to ensure we are well placed to respond to future needs.’

    He added:

    ‘This Strategy is part of the Programme for Government and will act as guide to the Island’s infrastructure providers when making decisions about future investments. It will coordinate efforts to ensure we prepare for the future in the most effective way possible.’



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 4 August 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application. 

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings. 

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination. 

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005  

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    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im 



  • Promenade scheme will deliver significant benefits

    The Department of Infrastructure is promoting a vision for the future of Douglas Promenade that will deliver significant social, economic and travel benefits and create a national asset the Island can be proud of.

    Tynwald Members are being encouraged to support funding of £20.73 million for the scheme to reconstruct the failing highway and to rejuvenate the area regarded as the gateway to the Isle of Man.

    The Department is proposing a new design for the southern section of the Promenade to improve traffic flow, junctions and footpaths and to create a cultural area around the Villa Marina and Gaiety in line with the town centre regeneration and Douglas Masterplan. The northern end will be redeveloped on a simple, like-for-like basis.

    The scheme reflects the design principles agreed by Tynwald Members in January 2017 and features twin horse tram tracks in the centre of the road from Strathallan to Castle Mona Avenue, switching to a single track on the seaward side of the road terminating at Peveril Square, near the Sea Terminal.

    Subject to Tynwald approval at the July sitting, the Department will progress the detailed design work and submit a planning application, with a view to work starting in September 2018. The construction programme is expected to take three years to complete and a traffic management plan will be put in place to minimise disruption by maintaining two-way travel wherever practical.

    It is widely accepted that substantial capital investment in Douglas Promenade is required to address the crumbling infrastructure. It is one of the Island’s busiest and most important strategic routes, with approximately six million vehicle journeys each year, but also the worst in terms of its overall condition, according to highway inspection reports.

    As well as reconstructing the 80-year-old highway foundations and drainage, the Department’s scheme is intended to act as a catalyst for the future regeneration of the capital. It will enhance the tired appearance of the Promenade to reinforce the Isle of Man’s status as a leading international business centre, a tourist destination and a special place to live and work.

    The Department is also working in partnership with Douglas Borough Council and the utility providers regarding the installation of new water and gas mains and improved lighting.

    Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer MHK said:

    ‘The redevelopment of Douglas Promenade has been on the agenda for many years. Now is the time to grasp the nettle. There is public and political appetite for decisive action and I believe the Department is offering a solution that will benefit the Island for generations to come. This scheme is a priority within the Programme for Government and we stand ready to deliver that commitment.’

    He added:

    ‘The recent resurfacing of the Promenade was only ever intended as a short-term fix. The structural integrity of the road is continuing to deteriorate. The Department’s proposal will not only secure the long-term future of a vital route, it will also support economic investment, make the Promenade more accessible and inclusive, and retain and future-proof the tramway. The cultural area in particular will give the Promenade a much-needed lift and reaffirm its importance as the main gateway to our Island.’



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 28 July 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 21 July 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Public Meetings of the Planning Committee

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10am 17 July 2017, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website.

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    Public Speaking at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on +44 1624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list.

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 14 July 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Planning Applications - Publication List

    In accordance with the Orders and Regulations listed below, the most recent planning applications received and validated for publication are now available for viewing online including a link on which the site extents can be viewed via an online map.

    A PDF version is available if you wish to print off the list

    You may also, if a planning application has not yet been determined, use this service to submit an objection or comment in support of the application.

    Comments or objections relative to this list must be submitted by 7 July 2017.

    A laminated Site Notice has been sent to each applicant for displaying at the site.

    Copies of the applications are also available for viewing at the Office of Planning and Building Control or via the appropriate Local Authority.

    Any persons wishing to make written representation or submission must direct them to:

    Secretary to the Planning Committee

    Planning and Building Control Directorate

    Department of Environment Food and Agriculture

    Murray House

    Mount Havelock

    Douglas

    IM1 2SF

    Telephone:+44 1624 685950

    Please be aware that all written representations OR SUBMISSIONS will be available for PUBLIC scrutiny and will form part of any proceedings arising in connection with the application.

    Whilst criteria for the submission of comment may differ under each instrument of legislation, to give weight to any representation or submission, and to enable assessment of parties for interested person status (as defined in the 2013 Order) persons are encouraged to clearly indicate the relationship between their land or buildings and the land that is the subject of the application. Sufficient interest in the subject matter of the application must be demonstrated if the person making representation should wish to be considered to take part in any subsequent proceedings.

    Please also be aware that any anonymous representations or submissions will not be considered as part of any planning determination.

    Public meetings of the Planning Committee

    The next public meeting of the Planning Committee is to be held at 10am Monday 3 July, at the Ground Floor Meeting Room, Murray House, Mount Havelock, Douglas, Isle of Man. Please note that the meeting scheduled for 26 June 2017 will not now take place.

    Copies of the agenda for the meeting are available at least three working days prior to the meeting at the Department, or from the Department’s website.

    Copies are also circulated to the Local Authorities.

    Members of the public and applicants are welcome to attend the meeting.

    Public speaking at Planning Committee

    Please be aware that there is opportunity for persons to speak at the meeting provided they meet the requirements and have registered to do so beforehand.

    The process and procedure for doing is available by contacting the Department on +44 1624 685950 or may be downloaded from the Departments website.

    Orders and Regulations

    Town and Country Planning (Development Procedure) (No2) Order 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Registered Buildings) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 2013
    Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) (Telecommunications) Order 2013
    The Town and Country Planning (Certificates of Lawful Use or Development) Regulations 2005

    Subscribe to our email alert

    If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to receive a weekly email advising when planning lists are published, please forward your email details to planning@gov.im



  • Major development opportunity in north of the Island

    Jurby camp developmentThe Department of Infrastructure is promoting a major development opportunity in the north of the Island.

    The Department’s Public Estates and Housing Division is currently seeking to establish if there is any interest in developing the former RAF camp at Jurby.

    The 24.96-acre site has the potential to accommodate substantial development schemes, subject to planning approval. The land previously housed a number of RAF operational and ancillary buildings.

    The Department is keen to adopt a flexible approach and the opportunity will not be limited to larger developers who may be interested in the whole site. Consideration will be given to a wide range of proposals, including smaller construction projects, affordable housing and self-build plots.

    As part of the initial process, Jurby residents, community groups and tenants on the neighbouring industrial estate will be asked for their views about possible future uses for the site.

    Infrastructure Minister Ray Harmer MHK said:

    ‘At this early stage we are simply testing the water to see if there is any interest in the site. The Department will assess any responses before deciding whether to invite formal expressions of interest.’

    The Minister added:

    ‘While any proposed new schemes would need planning permission, we believe that development of the RAF site could be a catalyst for the further regeneration of Jurby, as well as supporting the wider Island economy. The Department is open to a range of potential options and would encourage interested parties and developers of all sizes to come forward with proposals.

    ‘Community engagement is important to the Department and we will invite feedback from people who live and work in the area about the type of development and facilities they think would enhance the area.’



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