An Bord Pleanála

Strategic infrastructure development cases: Fees

Pre-application consultations
Applications
Alteration requests
Observation or submission on an application
Organisations or individuals who do not have to pay fees for making submissions and observations on applications or Section 146B requests

If you are unsure of certain terms, you may wish to look at our glossary of terms we use.

 

Pre-application consultations

Request for pre-application consultations Fee

SP1**

Request for a pre-application consultation under:

  • Section 37B Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 181C Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 182E Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 47B Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act

€4,500**

Note for fee SP1
**If you do not have a pre-application consultation meeting or there is only one such meeting, €3,500 of fee will be refunded.

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Request for pre-application consultations Fee

SP2

Request for a pre-application consultation under Section 51A of the Roads Act.

No fee

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Applications

Applications for strategic infrastructure development Fee

SA1*

Application under:

  • Section 37A of the Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 182A of the Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 182C of the Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 47 of the Transport (Railway Infrastructure) Act.

€100,000

SA2*

Application under Section 181A of the Planning and Development Act.

€60,000

SA3*

Application by a road authority under:

  • Section 49 of the Roads Act, or
  • Section 51 of the Roads Act.

€60,000

SA4*

Application by a local authority under:

  • Section 175 of the Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 226 of the Planning and Development Act 2000.

€30,000

SA5*

Application for compulsory acquisition of land under:

  • Section 214 of the Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 215A of the Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 215B of the Planning and Development Act 2000, or
  • Section 215C of the Planning and Development Act 2000, and
  • fee types SA1, SA3 or SA4.

See fee for SA1, SA3 or SA4

*Note for fees SA1 to SA5
Where cost recovery applies, fees are offset against costs incurred. Please contact us for further information.

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Alteration requests

Alteration requests Fee

SA6*

Request for an alteration under Section 146B of the Planning and Development Act 2000.

€30,000

*Note for fee SA6
Where cost recovery applies, fees are offset against costs incurred. Please contact us for further information.

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Observation or submission on an application

Observation or submission on a strategic infrastructure development
or local authority project application
Fee

SA7

You want to make an observation or submission on an application that is currently with An Bord Pleanála.

€50

SA8

You are a person or organisation that is exempt from paying a fee (see the list) and you want to make an observation or submission on an application that is currently with An Bord Pleanála.

No fee

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Organisations or individuals who do not have to pay fees for making submissions and observations on applications or Section 146B requests

(a) A body prescribed in article 211, 213 and 215 of the Planning and Development Regulations 2001, as amended. These bodies are:

  • A local or planning authority
  • Certain ministers of Government
  • An Chomhairle Ealaíon
  • Fáilte Ireland
  • An Taisce
  • The Heritage Council
  • A regional authority
  • Inland Fisheries Ireland
  • Waterways Ireland
  • The Irish Aviation Authority
  • CIÉ
  • Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII)
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  • Údarás na Gaeltachta
  • Health Service Executive (HSE)
  • Commission for Regulation of Utilities
  • A railway operator
  • Commission for Railway Regulation
  • The Health and Safety Authority (HSA)
  • National Transport Authority
  • Irish Water
  • An airport operator*

(b) The owner, occupier, or other person with a legal interest in land which is the subject of an application to compulsorily acquire that land or part of that land under section 214 or 215 of the Planning and Development Acts or any other provision of the Planning and Development Acts and where the application for compulsory acquisition is being considered by the Board together with the application for development approval or consent.

*Applies to operators of licensed airports where the annual traffic is one million passengers or more. Currently, this means Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.

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Last modified: 20/07/2020