View or comment on a planning application
The 'public access for planning' system allows you to:
- search and view planning applications and documents
- comment on current planning applications
Search and view planning applications and documents
You can search by using the:
- application reference number, for example, S/14/0123
- address, for example, Euclid Street
You can track a planning application if you register and enter your contact details. You will also be able to view weekly or monthly lists of applications we have received.
Plans, drawings and other material submitted to Swindon Borough Council are protected by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (section 47).
You may only use material which is downloaded and/or printed from our website for consultation purposes, to compare current planning applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans.
Further copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner.
Ordnance Survey maps and maps created from Ordnance Survey material are subject to Crown copyright. You may view or download this material for private and non-commercial purposes only.
Planning records from 1970 to 1998
To view copies of public applications registered between the above dates, go to the Planning Records download.
Comment on current planning applications
To comment online, you will need to register with the site by entering your contact details.
You may also find useful information on the Planning Aid website.
Once you have registered and made your comment, you can choose to receive an email to acknowledge this. Simply tick the box at the bottom of the online system before you submit.
Your email address will be removed from the information published on our website. To learn more about how your personal information will be used, see our Privacy Notice
To find out how we will deal with planning applications, see the following document:
- Planning Protocol 2019 (PDF)
In the event of an appeal that proceeds by way of the expedited procedure, representations made about the application will be passed to the Secretary of State.
This only applies to householder or minor commercial applications, and there will be no opportunity to make further representations.