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Online Planning Enquiries/Fiosrúcháin Pleanála ar Líne

Full Planning Enquiry System

Provides a search facility for planning applications by name, planning number or location or zoom directly to an address or townland on a map.

Please note you must download and install this plugin (Map Active X Download) to view GIS map.

Browser Support:

Internet Explorer 5.5+.

Link to Full Planning Enquiry System

 

LiteView Planning Enquiry System

Facilitates mulitple browsers and requires no download.

Provides a search facility displays application details and site on the map.

Browser Support:

Internet Explorer 5.5+, Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla 3.6.6+.

Link to LiteView Planning Enquiry System

 

Quick Links

Weekly Lists available for Kildare County Council, Athy Town Council and Naas Town Council click here

Please Note

You can now view documents in djvu or jpeg format.  If you experience any problems please contact the Planning Department on 045 980845.

Planning Contact Details - Opening Hours 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Mon/Fri)


Planning Administration 045 980 845
Fax 045 980 834
Query Refuse Payment 045 980 653
Forward Planning 045 980 532
Unauthorised Development 045 980 839

Disclaimer

While every care has been taken to display accurate information, Kildare County Council will not be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any inaccuracy or error within. In addition, please note that due to Data Protection restrictions the full contents of some applications are not available through this system. Should you require confirmation of any information provided in these pages or to see the full contents of any application please contact the staff at the Planning Public Counter.

The use of the personal details of planning applicants, including for marketing purposes, may be unlawful under the Data Protection Acts 1998-2003 and may result in action by the Data Protection Commissioner against the sender, including prosecution.