Step Ahead of Plans Afoot

Richard’s alerted me to a handy little tool called Planning Alerts, which does exactly what you might expect it to – lets you know about all the planning applications that arrive on the Council’s doormat. Neither of us is sure if it will be useful yet – so far all I’ve had isĀ a mountain of requests to lop branches off trees in back gardensĀ around Westcombe Park but hey – might be worth persevering with just for the juicy stuff someone might try to sneak through without anyone noticing…


4 Comments to “Step Ahead of Plans Afoot”

  1. Darryl says:

    I’ve been on it for a long time and the tree branches is all it comes up with – like a lot of MySociety’s wonderful websites, they don’t seem to fit well with Greenwich Council’s systems (FixMyStreet has the same problem).

  2. I suspected as much. I guess it must work in some areas – just not Greenwich Council’s…

  3. David says:

    http://www.planningfinder.co.uk/page/home

    Greenwich council website recommends planningfinder as an alternative. One hopes (but doubts) that if they’re recommending it should work with their systems?

  4. Paul T says:

    You can search applications by ward, street, postcode, or application week here:

    http://onlineplanning.greenwich.gov.uk/acolnet/planningonline/acolnetcgi.gov