Name: Minor Developments
Description: Developments without new streets
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Minor Developments

Minor developments are those that do not have new streets associated with them.  This can be a development consisting of a single house, 10 new houses, an apartment block with 300 flats or the like.

Developments without new access roads are normally numbered within the existing numbering scheme on the road the builds are on. Numbers will be issued in such a way that the scheme remains logical and understandable.

If there are a number of properties being built, a sub name may be required. This is usually in the form of a building name for blocks of flats or a terrace name for houses. Please note, terrace names are only considered if there are no logical or appropriate numbers available within the existing scheme and it is not appropriate to use suffix letters.

This name does not have to go to Council Cabinet for a decision but the development numbering scheme will still need to conform to the Council's policy as detailed in the Street Naming and Numbering Guidance and the name will be subject to consultation. Once an application has been received, a member of the Property Information Team will be able to advise you if any additional names are needed.

To apply for the new addresses for this type of development, please use the online form below:

New Property Address Request

You will be contacted by the Property Information team once they have received your application to discuss the cost of the application and then you will be asked for copies of the plans of the site, including any floor plans in relation to blocks of flats.

If you prefer to use a paper version of the application form, please contact the Property Information team who will be happy to send one out to you.

The team aim to acknowledge SNN applications within five working days from receipt of the completed form.

Last Updated: 29th June 2018 Print Link

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