This form can be given to a relevant authority to obtain planning consent for a development application where the assessment time has been exceeded.
Published 18 June 2020
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About this document
A deemed consent notice is an approved form under section 125 of the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 and regulation 54(1) of the Planning, Development and Infrastructure (General) Regulations 2017.
A deemed consent notice is used to obtain a ‘deemed planning consent’ for a development application. This notice may be served on a relevant authority by an applicant when a relevant authority fails to make a decision within the time prescribed in the regulations.
The relevant authority may, within 10 business days after receiving the deemed consent notice, grant the planning consent with conditions. If the relevant authority considers that the application for planning consent should be refused, the relevant authority may apply to the Court for an order quashing the consent within 1 month after the deemed consent notice was received.
A deemed consent notice does not apply in relation to impact assessed development where the Minister for Planning and Local Government is the relevant authority.