You can email us at email@example.com. If you are commenting on a planning application please quote the application reference number.
We are sorry we are unable to provide general advice, pre-application advice or discuss applications. If you email requesting this kind of advice, you may not receive a reply.
Please send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the application reference number.
If you think a breach of planning control is taking place, please email email@example.com with address of the site (and a location plan if possible), the alleged breach, when it occurred and whether it is continuing, and the name of the owner or person undertaking the activity (if possible).
We will continue to take enforcement action when it is in the public interest, although many new investigations will take significantly longer than usual at the moment. Find out more about compliance and enforcement.
If you want to apply by post, send your submission to:
Development Management Support Team
Lake District National Park Authority
Kendal LA9 7RL
All documents for all applications from 2011 onwards can be found on our website using the planning application search.
You can view documents for free at Murley Moss. This is by appointment only. Please phone 01539 724555
We can find and provide copies of documents for you, charges may apply. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will tell you how long the search will take and what the charges are.
Our small team has been working remotely throughout the pandemic and providing a full range of planning services. Over recent months the capacity of the team has been very significantly reduced by caring responsibilities as a result of schools being closed and for various medical reasons unrelated to the pandemic.
We are suspending discretionary services in order to safeguard the core statutory decision making function. We will assess and decide applications, taking into account views we receive, as normal. We will continue to take enforcement action when it is in the public interest, although many new investigations will take significantly longer than usual.