This information can be obtained by researching our website via Planning Online  Opens in a new window  and is therefore already available free of charge.

If you do not want to do the research yourself, you should contact us and we will be able to provide this information to you for a fee.

This information can be obtained by researching our website via Building Control Online  Opens in a new window  and is therefore already available free of charge.

If you do not want to do the research yourself, you should contact us and we will be able to provide this information to you for a fee.

Note:

Spatial Planning can provide a tailored reply relating to the search property and the Local Plan Policies Map, or a bespoke letter providing details of any polices or proposals which directly affect the property. This supplementary information is subject to an additional charge (£60) and may be requested from: Future Planning & Transport Team, Spatial Planning, Torbay Council, Electric House (2nd Floor) Castle Circus, Torquay TQ1 3DR or email:

future.planning@torbay.gov.uk

This information can be obtained by researching our online maps  Opens in a new window .

If you do not want to do the research yourself, you should contact us and we will be able to provide this information to you for a fee.

Replies to all 3 parts of this question can be obtained from us, for which a fee is payable. (It will be necessary for you to indicate which roads you are interested in for this information to be supplied).

This information can be obtained by researching our website:

This information can be obtained by researching published plans as follows:

  1. The Adopted Torbay Local Plan
  2. LDF?

If you do not want to do the research yourself, you should contact us and we will be able to provide this information to you for a fee.

A reply to this question can be obtained from us for a fee.

As schedule 3 of the Flood and Water Management Act has not commenced, there is no legal duty or responsibilities on councils who are also Lead Local Flood Authorities, to keep records of any new or existing Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) and therefore our records do not allow for the provision of comprehensive answers in relation to this question.

We do not have a role in checking final as built drawings and in some cases, SuDS can be implemented without the need to obtain planning permission. Even if planning permission is granted, we have no assurance that the scheme will have been implemented. Furthermore, the Council does not normally adopt SuDS which are on private property unless they are serving public highway. It is strongly advised that the purchaser undertakes their own checks of planning approvals through Planning Online  Opens in a new window  

S.106 Agreements, detailed site surveys and inspections and with the vendor to establish whether any Sustainable Drainage Systems are in place at the property and who is responsible for any associated charges and maintenance.

You may also wish to contact South West Water  Opens in a new window .

Schemes currently under construction are listed in the Street Works Register.

Proposed new roads or improvements to roads are identified in the Adopted Torbay Local Plan.

If you do not want to do the research yourself, you should contact us and we will be able to provide this information to you for a fee.

 

Please note a new railway station is proposed for Edginswell, Torquay in Policy SS6.4 of the adopted Local Plan 2012 -2030 (shown on Sheet 4 of the Policies Map). You can find further details about the proposed station and access by referring to the approved planning application (P/2016/0078) and business case documents which are also available via the Edginswell page.

In addition to the Land Charge standard response above, please note that the Spatial Planning department can provide a formal, bespoke response to your property. Specific enquires about sites will be charged at £60. Please contact via future.planning@torbay.gov.uk

Note: If your property sits near to the local authority boundary, enquirers are advised to seek further information from that neighbouring local authority.

Replies to all 12 parts of this question can be obtained from us for a fee.

Replies to all seven parts of this question can be obtained from us for a fee.

This information can be obtained by researching our website via Building Control Online  Opens in a new window  and is therefore already available free of charge.

If you do not want to do the research yourself, you should contact us and we will be able to provide this information to you for a fee.

The Enforcement Register  Opens in a new window is available via Planning Online  Opens in a new window  but only reveals notices that have been issued, it does not give details of proposed notices or proceedings for enforcement action or any of the other matters referred to in this question - these can be obtained via us. Alternatively replies to all 14 parts of this question can be obtained from us, for which a fee is payable.

N.B. A Search of the Local Land Charges Register may indicate the existence of some of these matters but, in accordance with Schedule 7 of the procedural guidance to the HIP (No.2) Regulations 2007, those entries will not be duplicated in the response to this question.

The Community Infrastructure Levy is a planning charge, introduced by the Planning Act 2008 as a tool for local authorities in England and Wales to help deliver infrastructure to support the development of their area. It came into force on 6 April 2010 through the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010. Development may be liable for a charge under the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL), if one has been introduced in the area, following an Independent Examination. Most new development which creates net additional floor space of 100 square metres or more, or creates a new dwelling, will be potentially liable for the levy.

In addition to the Land Charge standard response, please note that the Spatial Planning department can provide a formal, bespoke CIL response along with other Local Plan matters. Specific enquires about sites will be charged at £60. Please contact via

future.planning@torbay.gov.uk

Existing conservation areas are shown in the Adopted Torbay Local Plan.

If you do not want to do the research yourself, you should contact us and we will be able to provide this information to you for a fee.

A reply to this question can be obtained from us for a fee

The Contaminated Land Register containing notices that have been served is available for inspection during normal office hours:

  • 9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday
  • 9am to 4pm on Fridays

at the Town Hall, Castle Circus, Torquay, TQ1 3DR. 

Alternatively replies to all 3 parts of this question can be obtained from us for a fee

Brixham, Paignton and Torquay are all affected by levels of Radon gas. It is recommended that the levels of Radon gas should be measured in all properties within Radon affected areas.  Public Health England  Opens in a new window can be contacted for further advice and support.

This information can be obtained by researching the assets of community value and is therefore already available free of charge.