Do I need advertisement consent?
The national advertisement regulations control the display of advertisements and signs. This includes shop signs, estate agents boards, hoardings and flags. If you intend to display an outdoor advertisement or sign, you may need to apply for advertisement consent. There are certain types of signs which do not need consent. They have what is known as deemed consent rights.
Outdoor advertisements and signs: a guide for advertisers will help you understand whether you need to apply for advertisement consent.
Where can I find further information?
For advice on the design and placing of advertisements:
- chapter 8 of Camden Planning Guidance 1 Design Camden Planning Guidance 1 - Design.
- the adverts and signs section of the national planning portal
- the advertisements section on the national planning practice guidance
For further information on estate agent boards, see our page on estate agent boards.
Am I likely to get advertisement consent?
To find out whether your proposal is likely to be accepted, you can apply for pre-planning application advice.
How do I apply?
Still not sure whether you need advertisement consent?
If you need further advice about whether you need planning permission, contact planning advice and information.