Recent Planning Applications


Land south west of Coldharbour Farm, Lingfield Common Road RH7 6BZ

Erection of stables, tack room and store and formation of associated hard standing/access (part retrospective) (re-determining)


6 Ray close, Lingfield

Erection of single storey kitchen/wc extension


85 Lincolns Mead, Lingfield

Erection of rear dormer in association with conversion to habitable accommodation. Installation of two roof lights to front elevation (Application for a Certificate of Lawful Development for a Proposed Use or Development)


85 Lincolns Mead, Lingfield

Erection of a dual pitched single storey rear extension with 3 roof lights, which would extend beyond the rear wall of the original house by 5.00 metres, for which the maximum height would be 3.40 metres, and for which the height of the eaves would be 2.50 metres. (Notification of a Proposed Larger Home Extension)


85 Lincolns Mead, Lingfield

Erection of two storey rear extension


Tramar, Town Hill, Lingfield

T1) - Mature Oak - T1. Oak. Crown thin 25%. Crown to be reduced in by up to 1.5 metres. To leave a residual height of 18 metres. Longest lateral branches to be reduced in up 1.5 metres to leave a residual length of 5-6 metres. The crown to be pruned in proportion to maintain natural shape.


Llewellyn Palmer Hall, Church Road, Lingfield

H1) – Leylandii, Holly and Hazel in neighbouring property overhanging left-hand boundary of rear garden to be reduced back from garden by up to 3m, in line with sleeper wall (please refer to photo provided)

Next Planning Committee meeting is Wednesday 2th May 2022 at 7pm

Lingfield Parish Council's planning committee meets twice a month to consider plans submitted to Tandridge District Council.   The Parish Council is not the decision making authority. Minutes of the planning committee are not published on the website but copies can be obtained from the Parish Clerk on request. Comments submitted by the Parish Council can be viewed on the Tandridge District Council website.

Detail of plans submitted are published by Tandridge District Council in the local press and can be viewed on their website.