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South East Planning Aid
South East Planning
Aid is a free, voluntary service offering independent
professional advice and help on town planning. It is aimed at
individuals, community groups and other voluntary groups who cannot
afford to pay for private consultants.
A telephone advice line is staffed by a qualified planner and is
available four days a week. South East Planning Aid also operates a
community planning service that provides training and education
events, as well as helping communities to influence what happens in
It can help people to:
- understand and use the planning system;
- be involved in preparing plans;
- develop their own plans for the future of their community;
- comment on planning applications;
- apply for planning permission;
- appeal against a refusal of permission;
- appear at public enquiries.
South East Planning Aid is not part of central or local
government but is an independent source of advice and information
which complements the assistance given by the council.
South East Planning Aid is registered charity number 262565.
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