How the NLCA decides
If an application is considered detrimental to the conservation area, contravenes Planning Policies, or distorts the mixed use nature of the area, we will object.
If you would like the support of the NLCA in dealing with a planning issue near you, or to discuss an application, please email our planning coordinator, Sandy Crowhurst, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the right is an image of the proposed residential in Pelham Street
Latest Planning applications
BH2021/03153 11B Kensington Gardens
Erection of a single storey first floor rear extension and the removal of outbuilding and fencing (part-retrospective).
Closing date 6 October
BH2021/03134 30-31 Foundry Street
Display of 6no externally illuminated projecting lettering signs, 1no non-illuminated painted sign and 1no non-illuminated name plate sign.
Closing date 7 October
BH2021/02953 49-55 Trafalgar Street (Arches 1-7)
Installation of five glazed shopfronts to the seven arches under Brighton Station with associated lighting, repairs and refurbishment works.
NB: This is an update to BH2021/02115 51 - 55 Trafalgar Street (Toy Museum)
Closing date 20 September
BH2021/02908 34 Church Street
Erection of single storey rear extension with first floor roof terrace above, revised rear fenestration and replacement windows to front & rear. Alterations to ground floor layout to increase existing shop floorspace.
Closing date 17 September
BH2021/02925 5 Gloucester Yard 121-123 Gloucester Road
Change of use of part first floor from residential (C3) to Dentists waiting room and office space (Use Class E)
Closing date 16 Sepember
BH2021/02817 Britannia House 21 Station Street
Application for variation of condition 1 of application BH2018/03898 (Replacement of existing roof and roof lights incorporating waterproof cladding, parapet wall and associated works) to allow amendments to approved drawings for design changes.