Make a full plans building control application
If you are making a Full Plans application, you must include:
- a completed copy of the Full Plans forms
- plan and elevational views of existing and proposed work
- vertical section through the building showing constructional details
- information on how you are providing drainage for the building or extension
- a specification detailing how you will comply with the regulations
Drawings must be in metric, to a scale not less than 1:100 and fully dimensioned.
You must also include a block plan to a scale of not less than 1:1,250. The plan should be in metric measurements and needs to show:
- the size and the position of the building, or the building as extended, and its relationship to adjoining boundaries
- the boundaries of the curtilage of the building, or the building as extended, and the size, position and use of every other building or proposed building within that curtilage
- the width and position of any street on or within the boundaries of the curtilage of the building or the building as extended
You will normally need to pay a fee as part of your submission. You can pay the full amount with your application, or pay the plan charge now and the inspection charge after your first inspection. If the work is solely to provide access and facilities for a person with a disability, we will not charge.
You can see our charges and guidance notes for full details.
Even if you have submitted Full Plans, you may also still need to seek planning permission from us for the works. You can view our Planning advice and permissions page for more details.
If your proposed work involving building over or within three metres of a private sewer, we strongly recommend that you contact Anglian Water.
How to apply
You can apply online using the online portal from Dataspace Live. You will need to register first if you do not have an account.
Technical support for applications
You should not contact Dataspace Live for advice on building control or to discuss a current application.
These notes are for general guidance only. You can find full details about depositing plans in The Building Regulations 2010 (Regulations 14) and the Building (Local Authority Charges) Regulations 2010.
If you need further information or advice, you can contact us.