Planning and Building Control
Call for Gypsy and Traveller Candidate Sites
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is undertaking a ‘Call’ for gypsy and traveller sites and is inviting developers, landowners or other interested parties to nominate land to meet local accommodation needs. The call for sites will be open from Monday 17th February until 5pm on Monday 30th March 2020.
Find out more
How to seek pre-application advice
Apply for planning permission
Download application forms
Check you've got everything you need
Support, object to or comment on planning applications.
View details of current and previous planning applications and appeals in the Vale of Glamorgan on the Council’s Planning Register and search planning application maps.
Report a breach of Planning Control.
Details of Planning Commitee, Meetings, Reports and Associated Documents.
Policies and guidance for development in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Information about Listed Buildings, County Treasures and Conservation Areas in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Make an application for works to trees and hedges or complain about a high hedge.
Information regarding Section 106 agreements and implementation.
Do I need Building Regulation approval? How to apply for Building Regulation Approval, download forms and check you've got everything required.
View Building Control Applications
View all Building Control applications submitted to the Council since 1996 on the Council's online Building Control Register.
Report a Dangerous Structure
A dangerous building or structure can be anything on or about a building or structure that may be a danger to members of the public, for example, loose or falling roof tiles, walls or fences that are in danger of collapse, unstable chimneys.
A building that is reported as dangerous will be inspected the same day or within an hour if it is an emergency, by a surveyor on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If you wish to report a dangerous building or structure, please telephone 01446 704842 during office hours or 01446 700111 outside normal office hours. If a dangerous building or structure presents a serious and immediate threat to public safety it should be reported to the police by dialling 999.
Vale of Glamorgan Building Excellence Awards
Each year the Building Control Group organise an award scheme, which recognises good standards of building as well as environmental, communication and disability requirements.
Find out more about these awards and previous winners.
The Council reports annually to Welsh Government on its performance. The report can be viewed here:
The Party Wall Act covers various work that is going to be carried out directly to an existing party wall or structure, a new building at or astride the boundary line between properties and excavation within 3 or 6 metres of a neighbouring building(s) or structure(s), depending on the depth of the hole or proposed foundations. This is a civil matter that the Council does not administer.
More information can be found on the Government website (https://www.gov.uk/guidance/party-wall-etc-act-1996-guidance)
Please note that throughout the week a duty officer will be available to answer general queries. However it is recommended that for any detailed or application specific queries you should arrange an appointment directly with the relevant case officer.
Contact your Building Control Officer
In Person at:
The Vale of Glamorgan Council, Dock Office, Barry Docks, Barry, CF63 4RT