The Council has produced a new draft Planning Enforcement Plan for public consultation.
This document sets out how the Council will deal with potential planning breaches. It provides information and guidance for residents, developers and those with other interests, on how complaints about unauthorised development are handled. It seeks to balance the concerns of local residents with the rights of owners and sets out the priorities and timescales for responding to complaints, carrying out investigations and taking appropriate enforcement action where necessary.
You can view and comment on the draft Planning Enforcement Plan on our online planning consultation portal via
The Local Government Boundary Commission are asking local people and organisations for their help to draw up new ward boundaries across Epsom & Ewell.
The Commission has also announced that it is minded to recommend that the council should have 35 councillors in the future. They are now drawing up a new pattern of wards to accommodate 35 councillors. They need your help to tell where the new boundaries should be drawn.
This stage of the consultation closes on 19 July 2021.
See below for the reports on previous consultations.