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Connaught Bridge Closure from Monday 1 October for 3 week The Connaught Bridge by London City Airport has closed to vehicle traffic from today for the next three weeks. This is to allow maintenance work to the bridge. The pedestrian walkway beneath the road bridge remains open. While refurbishment work goes on traffic is being diverted via Gallions Roundabout, Woolwich Manor Way, Albert Road, and Connaught Road. Please allow extra time for any journeys in the area.​

Search planning, building control and licensing applications

​​The Public Access website will not be updated between Friday 19 and Monday 22 October due to essential maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

If you want information about, or you want to comment on, a current planning, building control or licensing application, use our Public Access website. You can also use the site to search for planning application decisions, enforcement appeals and enforcement history.

Public Access holds information on all the applications made to us.​​​

Public Access website on an iPad

How to use the Public Access website

​​The Public Access website will not be updated between Friday 19 and Monday 22 October due to essential maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.​

Use the links to start your search for:
For more search options, click on the Search tab and follow the drop-down options.
 
To comment on an application, search for the one you want, then choose ‘Make a comment’. Your comments will be sent to the case automatically.
 
You can find information about data protection and our other legal responsibilities on our Data protection page. 
 

Help for people with visual disabilities

The applications contain scanned documents which cannot be read by screen readers. If this is a problem for you, contact the Planning, Building Control and Licensing teams on 020 8430 2000.
 
 

London Development Database

When we approve major applications, details of some of them move onto the London Development Database. The Greater London Authority runs the database.
 

Planning searches: Buying a property

If you are buying a property, and you want to do a property search, read our Local land charge search page.
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