Before lodging a new Planning Application, please check the following: -
- Ensure the current Application Form is submitted (Last update September 2015). This can be found on the Planning Forms web page.
The Application Form and Notices are subject to change throughout the year to reflect amendments to Planning Legislation, etc. Applications may be invalidated where incorrect forms and notices are used.
Note: All Public Notices (Site Notice and Newspaper Notice) Must Be Submitted Within a Two Week Period of the Date of Publication
If a Public Notice Is Dated E.g. Wednesday 11th June, 2014 the Last Day for Receipt of the Planning Application by the Planning Authority (Kilkenny County Council) Will Be Tuesday, 24th June, 2014.
Applicants should note that the Kilkenny People Newspaper is circulated on Wednesday and this is regarded as the published date by the Planning Authority, therefore the notice period commences on the Wednesday and not Friday and the application should be submitted within 2 weeks from the Wednesday.
From July 2010 anyone submitting a planning application can search, request, pay and down load for printing a selection of mapping products which are usually required to submit a planning application. This new service can be found on Ordnance Survey Ireland's corporate website www.osi.ie
For further information or queries in relation to the above, please contact the Planning Office on Tel. 056 779 4010.
View list of newspapers approved for planning notices in respect of areas as specified within the functional area of Kilkenny County Council
COUNTY KILKENNY RURAL DESIGN GUIDE
This document is now available for download here: County Kilkenny Rural Design Guide PDF 7.3 MB
Hard copies are available at the Planning Customer Service Desk, John Street, Kilkenny and at the Area Offices, Callan, Thomastown, Newrath, Castlecomer. Alternatively, apply for a copy to Planning Section, Kilkenny County Council, County Hall, John St, Kilkenny.
PLANNING REGISTER NO P17/763 - EIS ADVERTISEMENT
EIS Advertisement P17 763.docx (size 16.7 KB)