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On-line Planning Services are currently unavailable. This is due to a necessary upgrade which will result in new and improved on-line planning services. We will aim to have services back online as soon as possible.

Please be advised that during this period planning files cannot be viewed on-line however it will be still possible to view files at the Planning Counter during normal office hours.

It will not be possible to make an on-line submission/observation during this period however submissions/observations can be still be made in writing with the appropriate fee and posted to Planning Dept, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council or left into County Hall during normal office hours.

Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Please be aware that submissions/observations for Strategic Housing Development SHD applications must be sent to An Bord Pleanála only.  Any submissions on SHD applications which are sent to this County Council will be returned to the sender.

Welcome to our online planning enquiry service. You can use this service to make an enquiry regarding the current status of a planning application.

Planning Applications Online Search

Planning Applications Search by Map

Planning Deadline Calendar

Online access to lodged planning applications and their associated documents is also available. Planning applications received since 1994 are available for viewing online using the text search function (first box above). The Map Search function will show applications from 2002 onwards.

Documents can take up to 10 working days to scan and upload

Persons making a submission/observation on a planning application should be aware that comments involving allegations of any kind against a named or otherwise identifiable person or organisation may be viewed as defamatory by the subject of the comments. Persons may be sued directly for any defamatory allegations in any submission/observation and should avoid making such allegations. Any submission/observation made to the Planning Authority is made available for public inspection both in the hard copy file and on the Council's website. In the event of any potentially defamatory allegation giving rise to legal action against it, the Planning Authority may seek indemnity from the person making the allegation.

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