London Borough of Croydon

Visit the council meeting dates, agendas, minutes and reports webpage for past and forthcoming committees dates, agendas and minutes.

Our customer advice notes explain everything you need to know about how the council makes decisions on planning applications.

In short, the majority of decisions are taken by senior officers with powers delegated to them from the full committee. This is usually for small scale proposals which have not generated a great deal of interest.

However, for large or controversial applications which have generated interest from third parties, the decision is taken by the full planning committees or strategic planning committee, at a public meeting. For more information download the customer advice note 5 below.

The council’s constitution sets out the scheme of delegation for council officers to make decisions, the criteria for when applications are required to be decided by the planning or strategic planning committees, codes of conduct and the protocols for public speaking amongst other information.


Development management technical support

Development and environment
020 8726 6800
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6th Floor, Zone A/B

Bernard Wetherill House

8 Mint Walk




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