If you don't submit enough information in your discharge of conditions application, it will not always be possible to contact you to request further information and your application may be refused. To approve further information, a new conditions discharge application with a new fee will be required.
Refer to case officer’s delegated report, or the committee report, minutes and addendum – these may make recommendations on the contents of condition details.
See if there are any informatives that are relevant to the condition you are seeking to discharge.
Check the wording of the condition and ensure you address each point. Otherwise the application may be refused or only partially discharged which will cause delays. Officers are only asked to make decisions based on the information that was submitted. They're not obliged to go back requesting information that should have been provided with the when you first submitted you application.
There may be conditions that overlap, for example: hard and soft landscaping includes cycle storage, boundary treatment, and materials.
If there are also conditions placed on the decision requiring cycle storage, boundary treatment or material details, consider grouping these conditions together and submit as one application.
Ensure any detailed drawings are consistent with the approved drawings referenced in the original decision notice – for example, the detailed landscaping drawings are consistent with the approved site layout plan; or the cross section of an elevation is consistent with the positioning of openings and height of the building.
When there is a Construction Method Statement and Arboricultural Method Statement condition, ensure these are written so they are consistent with each other. For example, you will need to ensure the storage of materials or construction vehicle routing is not contradictory to the Arboricultural Method Statement or Tree Protection Plans (which may have been submitted with the application, or conditioned).