The Planning Committee consists of 17 councillors, who deal with applications for planning permission in the Vale of Glamorgan, including most mineral and waste facilities.
The Committee meets every month, other than August, at the Civic Offices in Barry. Meetings usually start at 4.00pm.
The public are entitled to attend meetings of the Planning Committee to hear proceedings.
Representation can be made in writing or directly to any Councillor before the meeting, but there is also a provision for public speaking at the meeting.
Meetings of the Planning Committee are webcast.
Please note that certain meetings of the Vale of Glamorgan Council will be webcast, you will be informed verbally if the meeting you are at will be. If it is then this means that you are being recorded both visually and in sound and that is made available on the internet. This is done for the purposes of supporting and promoting democratic engagement and public interest. We will retain the data for 6 years and then offer it to the archivist at the Glamorgan Records Office for permanent retention. You have the right to apply to access, rectify, restrict, object or erase this data. The Information Regulator is the Information Commissioner who can be contacted https://ico.org.uk/. The Data Protection Officer for the Council can be contacted at DPO@Valeofglamorgan.gov.uk. - Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Please note: The webcasting page is only live during committee meetings.
Planning Committee Webcasting
Committee Reports and Associated Documents
Where an application is to be considered by the Planning Committee, a written report is produced which is available for inspection by the public (unless it is confidential). The Committee reports are made available four working days before the date of the meeting. Late representations may be received after the report is written.
Archived committee reports are available for inspection at the Scrutiny and Committee Services Section at the Civic Offices, Holton Road, Barry.
Previous Committee Meetings
Commenting on planning applications which are to be reported to Committee.
When comments are submitted in relation to planning applications that are being reported to Planning Committee, outside of the statutory consultation period of 21 days, it should be noted that those comments may be received too late to be included within the formal committee report. This is because reports are usually prepared some two weeks before the actual Planning Committee Meeting.
In order to ensure that members of the public and other organisations/bodies with an interest in a particular application are not placed at a disadvantage, the Authority will accept and report observations received up until 12.00pm on the day before Committee. These comments are circulated in the form of a late report to Committee members on the evening before Committee by Email and are presented in hard copy form at the actual meeting.