Search, track & comment on planning applications

Application searches

Advanced application search (search using a variety of options, such as applicant, street, dates, etc.)

Use this link to search for planning applications using a combination of search criteria.

To search you can enter values in more than one field if required and the search will return all records that meet the criteria set.

Please note that these records only go back to 1980.

Search for specific application

Search using planning application number or address

Comment on or object to a current application

During the course of a planning application, you will have the opportunity to express your views, which will be taken into account before making a decision.

When commenting on an application, please remember that only matters relevant to planning can be considered. These include the likely effects of the proposal on:

  • traffic generation, highway safety and parking
  • overshadowing, overlooking and loss of privacy
  • noise, disturbance or other loss of amenities
  • relevant planning policies
  • effect on trees
  • design e.g. height/bulk/position of buildings, appearance, effect on surrounding area
  • inadequate landscaping/means of enclosure.

The effect of a development proposal on property values, and private legal matters such as covenants, cannot be taken into account.

You should be careful to confine comments and objections to planning matters only, as your comments will be included in the scanned papers relating to the application and will be visible to anyone reading the file either online or at our offices.

Comments can be made in writing or by email on all planning applications during the consultation period to the Development Control Manager, St. Martins Place, 51 Bath Road, Slough SL1 3UF or planning@slough.gov.uk.

The statutory consultation period is 3 weeks from the date the consultation letters are sent out. Please quote the planning reference number, the planning officer and your name, address and phone number.

Your comment will be reviewed by a planning officer and will be taken into consideration as part of the overall decision making process.