New feature: Recent planning applications in SE1

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James Hatts Saturday 23 February 2008 10.49am
See a selection of recent local planning applications on a map.

http://www.london-se1.co.uk/planning/applications

Known limitations:
- Some applications may not appear (especially ones on the current week's weekly list)
- The placement of markers on the map is not very accurate.

Editor of the London SE1 website and SE1 Direct newsletter
The Mapmaker Saturday 23 February 2008 10.53am
Great feature. (I like the application that sits in the middle of the Bricklayers' roundabout...)


What are your plans for updating? And how long will applications stay on that link?

Thanks
The Unladylike Ms. Jo Saturday 23 February 2008 12.23pm
This is fantastic, James! You lead the way, as always.

Can I make a suggestion? Bankside Residents Forum have produced an excellent leaflet "Rough Guide to Planning" that de-mystifies the planning process and gives tips on responding to planning applications. If you could get this online, with a link here, I believe it would greatly enhance peoples' ability to make good use of the new information on here.
jackie rokotnitz Saturday 23 February 2008 6.31pm
Brilliant extra feature James! Thanks so much.
phoenix Saturday 23 February 2008 8.20pm
Well done James. Innovative idea.
Al.W Saturday 23 February 2008 11.36pm
Hi James

I know you say there may be omissions:

Missing 07-AP-2936 19 Queen Elizabeth Street 11 Feb ?
reece Monday 25 February 2008 11.50am
Great work - thanks James.
casey Monday 25 February 2008 9.47pm
love this new service James. Extremely helpful. Well done!
hellsbells Tuesday 26 February 2008 12.58pm
Me too! Excellent!
James Hatts Sunday 23 March 2008 4.21pm
Thanks to everyone for their comments.

As a first stage to aiding interpretation of planning jargon if you hover over a use class (B1, C2 etc) you will see a brief explanation of what it means.

This feature is now accessible via the 'Living' menu.

James

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