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Fees

Your planning or building control application must be accompanied by the appropriate fee and supporting documentation to be processed. Click on the headings below for more information.

For more information on fees visit the planning portal by clicking here.

You can pay your fee in one of two ways:

  • pay by cheque – make it payable to Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council
  • pay by cash (up to a maximum of £1000) at Marlborough House, Central Way, Craigavon, BT64 1AD

Completed application forms and fees can be submitted:

  • by post (please enclose a cheque made payable to Armagh City Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council)
  • in person at our planning office at Marlborough House, Central Way, Craigavon, BT64 1AD

We are unable to offer an online application or payment service at this time

Click here to calculate your fees using our online FEE CALCULATOR (for items 13 and 14 please refer to the building price estimates below).

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Full Plans application

Suitable for work on domestic and non-domestic properties.  Some minor work to domestic properties may be covered by a building notice application.  Full plans applications are required for projects such as, building a new property; changing the use of a property (e.g. converting a dwelling into an office or a shop); conversion of a house into flats; an extension where the floor area of the dwelling is increased by more than 10m², or an extension that creates a new storey greater than 3m² in floor area and requires access by stairs, for example a roof-space conversion.

Fees are charged in two stages:

  • Plan fee – must accompany the application submitted for approval
  • Inspection fee – is payable following the first inspection of the work in progress

You should submit the plan fee only with the application.  An invoice for the inspection fee will be sent out later should the building work commence.

Building Notice

A Building Notice application can be used for works of a minor nature to domestic dwellings without the submission of fully designed plans.  Building notice applications are required for projects such as, internal alterations to dwellings; domestic extensions <10m²; roof space conversions 3m²; structural alterations to a dwelling, flat or maisonette; the provision of services or installation of fittings to domestic properties.

The plan and inspection fee are combined into a single fee and must accompany the application.

Regularisation Certificate Application

Suitable when work has already been carried out to a property but building regulations approval had not been applied for before it was done.  The work is inspected to ensure it meets the building regulations that were in place at the time it was carried out and if it does a regularisation certificate (retrospective approval) is issued.

The plan and inspection fee are combined into a single fee plus an additional 20% and must accompany the application.

Fees based on estimate of cost

Where fees are calculated on the estimated cost of the work, the application must be accompanied by the written estimate.  Please contact us for further advice on:

Exemptions

If any work is solely for the benefit of a disabled person, you should contact us for further information.  We will normally require confirmation from the Occupational Therapist as to the nature and extent of such work.