Planning constraints are policies or conditions that affect whether, and how, a property or piece of land can be developed.
You can use this map to check constraints that may affect development plans for land or property in the East Riding area.
Please note: this map acts as a guide and does not feature all planning constraints that the council consider within the planning application process.
This map allows you to:
1. View the following mapping layers for a specific address or area of interest. It is important to note that this map acts a guide only, and does not feature all planning constraints that the council consider within the planning application process.
2. Draw an area of interest using the map drawing tools and evaluate constraints.
3. Print and save evaluation results.
Although the council has taken reasonable steps to ensure that the information on the interactive map is correct, it is possible the information may contain errors, or be incomplete, or out-of-date. We therefore make no representations, warranties or guarantees (express or implied) regarding accuracy, completeness or currency of the information.
The content on our interactive map is provided for general information only. It is not intended to amount to advice on which you should rely. We therefore disclaim all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance that you or anyone else places on such content and you should obtain professional or specialist advice before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the content on the interactive map.
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