- Before submitting a planning application we advise you to contact us for pre-application advice
- See householder planning applications for specific information and advice on planning and building processes
- For property and planning details enter your postcode into find my nearest
- Read our adopted planning policy documents including our residential extensions and alterations SPD.
- Please see new size limits for larger home extensions
- Planning arrangements for Hackney Wick
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In person or by post
Download and complete an application form and submit it together with your cheque (made payable to London Borough of Hackney), in person or by post to: Hackney Service Centre, 1 Hillman Street, London E8 1DY.
We will process major applications within 13 weeks, and other applications in eight weeks. Our preferred method of contact is email when notifying customers of their planning applications. Please help us achieve a paperless office by providing us with your email address when submitting your planning applications and making sure your email accounts are set to receive our emails.
Search for / comment on a planning application
It can take up to five working days for planning documents to appear on the system once the application has been submitted.Search for and comment on a planning application
- See the weekly list of planning applications on consultation
- Enter the postcode into Find My Nearest to find:
Legislation allowing larger single-storey rear extensions to be built under permitted development rules has been passed. The new size limits will be subject to a neighbour consultation scheme (PDF, 38KB) and you will need to provide us with the information in the householder prior approval notification checklist (PDF, 25KB).
The London Legacy Development Corporation is now the local planning authority for the area of Hackney Wick east of the A12. All planning applications for this area should be submitted to them.
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)
The government has introduced a new charge called the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL). Hackney's Community Infrastructure Levy will be paid by developers to help fund the infrastructure required to support development.
The Mayor of London also introduced a Mayoral CIL to fund Crossrail.
Page updated: 28 Feb 2014