Oxfordshire County Council planning applications
Oxfordshire County Council determines planning applications related to mineral extraction and waste management and the County Council’s
own developments including developments at schools, fire stations and other county council assets as well as for infrastructure such as
new roads. For all other types of developments including residential, please contact your local District or City Council.
This Website only contains planning records for the applications held electronically determined by the County Council. It is not a
complete database of all information held. Do not rely on information from this site as an alternative to traditional land searches
such as Land Registry or Local Land Charge Searches or any other land search.
While the County Council takes care to ensure that the information provided on this Website is accurate, the Council shall not be held
responsible for the content or absence of any information on the website or any inability, for whatever reason, to view information on
the Website. No representation, warranty, assurance or undertaking (express or implied) is made, and no responsibility or liability is
or will be accepted by the Council in relation to the adequacy, accuracy or completeness of the information on this web site. Except
for exclusions prohibited by English law, the Council shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss, damage or inconvenience
caused as a result of use of any information on the Website or inability for whatever reason to view information on the Website.
Please Note: Any views expressed in any of the documents are not necessarily the views of the County Council unless stated and the
Council takes no responsibility for the accuracy of information supplied by applicants or views expressed by third party consultees.
The Council also reserves the right not to publish all or parts of documents submitted in connection with a planning application where
this would conflict with any other statutory provision.
Not all documents relating to planning permissions granted before 2009 have been digitised. They may be held within the County Council
archives. Should you wish to obtain view any information which may be held by the Council related to planning permissions granted
before 2009 you will need to make a request in writing to the council pursuant to the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
Further information on making such a request is available on the Council’s website:
If you have any reason to suspect that any information is incorrect, please contact us by emailing
providing as much information as possible.
It is your responsibility to comply with Copyright law and you are personally liable for any breach of Copyright law you commit. Plans,
drawings and materials submitted to the County Council are protected by Section 47 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (as
amended). You may only download or print material for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and
to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans. Copies must not be made or used for any other
purpose without the prior permission of the copyright owner.
Documents containing or based on Ordnance Survey mapping are subject to Crown Copyright. Such mapping must not be sub-licensed, sold,
demonstrated, lent or otherwise transferred or exploited without permission from the copyright owner. If you are unsure whether you
can lawfully use the material, contact the Ordnance Survey directly for prior written permission.
In accordance with national legislation and guidance, the names and addresses of applicants and agents and those making comments and
representations on planning applications will appear on our website.
We cannot accept anonymous or private / confidential comments on live planning applications. If you do not provide your name AND
address or do not wish your name or address to appear within the case file, then your comments will be treated as anonymous and your
views will not be taken into account in consideration of the planning application.
More information on your rights pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulations may be viewed here:
Appeals are processed by the Planning Inspectorate. To monitor the progress of a planning appeal, please access the Planning
Inspectorate’s online case search:
subject to the terms set out above.