They are automatically submitted to our Borough Planning department by either the Greater London Authority or the local planning authority. We tell them how these planning applications are likely to affect transport.
When we receive your planning application, a case officer will be assigned.
Each case officer looks after a geographical area managed by five area managers and the manager of the Planning Obligations team.
You only need to take action if we ask for further information about transport in your application.
Our guide will help you to produce your transport assessment report, which is part of the planning application documents. We also offer pre-application advice.
There are three types of these developments:
Read more about categories in our guide on referable criteria below. Also see the Town Country Planning (Mayor of London) Order 2008 page on the legislation.gov.uk website.
Referable Criteria (Mayor of London Order 2008)