Current, approved or refused Planning Applications can be viewed on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council's (ERYC) planning portal together with information on frequently asked questions and material considerations. Planning applications can be viewed and responded to online. Public Access Help Frequently Asked Questions Material Considerations Planning and Building Control Home Page (ERYC) Search for a local planning application A quick way to check planning applications in Elloughton and Brough is to use the 'advanced search' which allows you to enter a specific Parish or Town Council and a date to view weekly/monthly lists of planning applications. The 'advanced' search from the same section allows you to enter more specific information. ERYC is the Planning Authority. When a planning application is submitted to ERYC, neighbouring properties and the Town Council are consulted. The Town Council's Planning Committee meets once a month to consider current applications (see Town Council pages for meeting dates). An agenda is posted on the website and public noticeboards 5 days prior to a meeting and meetings are held at 7pm on Wednesday evenings at the Council's office at 60 Welton Road. Members of the public are welcome to attend these meetings and may speak in the public forum at 7pm prior to the start of the meeting. The Town Council makes observations and comments on applications taking into account the views of the community but decisions are made by the East Riding Council. An applicant may appeal against an ERYC decision to the Planning Inspectorate ERYC planning application forms, together with guidance notes for completion are also available - on the Planning Portal Website You may respond to planning applications online or in writing to: Planning & Development Control, ERYC, County Hall, Beverley, HU17 9BA quoting the planning reference number. It is helpful if the Town Council is copied into a response (Town Council, PO Box 124, Brough HU15 1YH) so they may be informed of public opinion. Applications can also be viewed at Brough Library (Petuaria Centre, Centurion Way) on their computers.