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Discharge of planning or listed building condition(s) (PF27)


Where a planning permission has been granted subject to conditions that require further action prior to or during development you will need to use this form to apply to have these conditions discharged.

What you need to submit

The list below details supporting documents that may need to be submitted as part of your application. Please refer to each section below in order to determine whether or not you need to submit it as part of your application.

Always required

You can either use the application form or provide a full written description of the details required to discharge the condition(s). If you use the application form please ensure that you have completed every section of the application form before submitting. Where sections or questions are not relevant please state this on the form.

Please note: When entering a description of the details being submitted (section 6) on the application form the template we suggest using is: "Discharge of condition(s) C[#] ([short title of condition e.g. Landscaping]) and C[#] ([next condition title]) of permission [Reference number]"

The associated help file for this type of application can be found online.

Apply using 

Please note: "Apply online" websites are provided by private companies who may charge additional fees for their services. Peterborough City Council offer no technical support for customers using these sites, if you encounter an issue please contact the relevant website service helpdesk. If you opt to download and complete the application form instead it is your responsibility to ensure that the forms, the appropriate supporting documentation and correct fee are sent to Peterborough City Council either by email or post.

Always required except for Listed Building Consent conditions

For details of our planning fees please see the fee schedule

You can now pay online directly to Peterborough City Council.

This will depend on the condition(s) you are applying to discharge.

Supporting information may include: manufacturer's specifications of materials; plans or drawings; ecological surveys or other relevant information necessary to enable the case officer to consider the application.

Any plans or drawings submitted must include a scale bar or metric measurements.