How Do I Arrange a Pre-Planning Consultation?
Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council are pleased to announce the launch of a new online system which enables applicants to lodge their pre-planning application online.
Applicants create their own account and submit all documentation online.
Applications must include the following documentation:
- The Pre-Planning Consultation Form
- Please note that there is a separate pre-planning application form for large-scale residential developments (Form 18) which details the required information to be submitted.
- A site location map which can be found at Ordnance Survey Ireland. The scale required is 1:1000 for Urban Areas and 1:2500 for Rural Areas.
- Drawings of the proposed development (Site layout, elevation drawings etc)It is advisable prior to making a pre-planning application, to consult the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Development Plan 2022 - 2028, which may contain much of the relevant planning information needed for your proposed development.
If using our on-line Pre-Planning System please ensure that all documents submitted are in an appropriate format such as PDF, each file is under 20MBs in size and file names are less than 60 characters in total. Please do not submit interactive documents.
Requests can also be made by post. If sending in hard copies by post, two copies of all documents are required.
Should you have any queries please email -: firstname.lastname@example.org
Once your application has been submitted you will be assigned a case officer who will endeavour to provide feedback as soon as possible.
Please Note: The applicant must be the owner of the site or have permission in writing from the owner of the site to pursue pre-planning advice (if applicable, this should also be lodged).
The Planning Authority will keep a record of any such consultations which will be a matter of public record on foot of a planning application being subsequently lodged.
The carrying out of such consultations shall not prejudice the performance by a Planning Authority of any other of its functions under the Planning and Development Act 2000, (as amended), and cannot be relied upon in the formal planning process or in legal proceedings.