Planning

Promoting the economic, social and cultural well-being of our people in the interest of the common good by encouraging, ensuring and facilitating high quality development while protecting and enhancing the unique natural environment of the county.

 

 

Cavan County Development Plan Review 2022-2028

Cavan County Council is commencing the review of the existing Cavan County Development Plan 2014-2020 by preparing the new Cavan County Development Plan 2022-2028 incorporating a Local Area Plan for Cavan Town and Environs.

Development plans

Find out more about the current development plans for County Cavan and Cavan Town and Environs.

Submissions

Submissions in relation to planning applications may be made to plan@cavancoco.ie

As well as grounds for your submission, please also ensure to include the following in your email:

- Your full name and postal address

- A phone number to contact for payment of €20 submission fee

- The Planning Reference Number

If the above information is not included the submission cannot be considered valid.

Covid-19 Planning FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions relating to the planning process during the Covid-19 outbreak

Abbeylands Masterplan Project

Find out how you can have your say on the Masterplan for the Abbeylands area of Cavan Town

Building control

Advice and guidance on what you will need to do with regards to building regulations and how they are enforced.

Online planning search

Recieve up to date information about current planning applications in County Cavan.

Planning Permission

What we can do to guide you through the stages of the planning process.

Planning Lists

Weekly planning lists

Vacant Sites Register

Sites on appropriately zoned lands, suitable for housing or redevelopment, but dormant and undeveloped.

Adopted Regional Spatial and Economic Strategy

Facilitating and managing growth in a sustainable manner to the benefit the entire region and country

National Planning Framework (NPF)

national document that will, at a high-level, guide strategic planning and development for the country over the next 20+ years

Estates Taken in Charge

Roads declared public roads under Roads Act 1993 [Section 11], Roads Regulations 1994, and Planning and Development Acts 2000 - 2017

Heritage

The guiding principle of Cavan County Heritage Office is to ensure that “the unique and diverse heritage of County Cavan is conserved, sustained and, above all, cherished and celebrated by the people of the County”

Submissions

Submissions in relation to planning applications may be made to plan@cavancoco.ie

As well as grounds for your submission, please also ensure to include the following in your email:

- Your full name and postal address

- A Phone number to contact for payment of €20 submission fee

- The Planning Reference Number

If the above information is not included the submission cannot be considered valid.