Personal searches under EIR Legislation
The following list shows where you can access data to answer CON 29 questions yourself.
When completing your own search, please include the full question from the CON 29 form when contacting each department. Any follow-up queries or copies of documentation should be directed to the appropriate department.
|Part of CON29 form||Council department|
a to f
g to i
|Contact the conservation team on email@example.com|
j to l
|Information is available from the building control register. A charge will be made for copies of information contained on this register.|
|1.2||Visit planning online or contact the customer service centre on 01273 292 222.|
|2.1||Visit highways online or contact the traffic technician on 01273 292 181 or at Parking.Infrastructure@brighton-hove.gov.uk|
|2.2 to 2.5||Visit public rights of way.|
|3.1||Visit planning online or contact the customer service centre on 01273 292 222.|
|3.2||Visit highways online or contact the traffic technician on 01273 292 181 or at Parking.Infrastructure@brighton-hove.gov.uk|
|3.3||Visit the sustainable urban drainage systems page online. SUDS.|
|3.4||Visit highways online or contact the traffic technician on 01273 292 181 or at Parking.Infrastructure@brighton-hove.gov.uk|
|3.7a||Visit the building control pages and view the statutory notices list.|
b, c and f
|3.7 d||Private sector housing information is available by contacting 01273 293 156 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org|
|3.7 g||There are currently no statutory notices served relating to flood and coastal erosion risk management.|
|3.8||The council currently have no outstanding proceedings for any provision contained in the building regulations.|
|3.9||Visit planning online or contact the customer service centre on 01273 292 222.|
|3.10||Visit Community Infrastructure Levy online or send an email to CIL@brighton-hove.gov.uk|
|3.11||Visit conservation areas.|
|3.12||Private sector housing information is available by contacting 01273 293 156 or by emailing email@example.com
For further information please contact the empty property team.
Approval within the council will not necessarily lead to confirmation of the compulsory purchase order.
|3.13||Visit contaminated land information.|
|3.14||Public Health England has identified this area of Brighton & Hove as potentially having less than 5% of homes above the action level for Radon. For further information please visit:
Note – Action level for Radon is 200Bq/M3. If you are concerned about this matter or wish to know more, you should contact the PHE or BGS direct at the following address:-
Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, Chilton, Didcot, Oxon, OX11 0RQ, UK, Telephone, 44 (0) 1235 822 622. Fax, 44 (0)1235 833 891
|3.15||Visit assets of community value.|
If there are any changes to these procedures we will of course be in contact with you. If you’d like to discuss them, please call our Local Land Charges team on 01273 292 007.