LandHawk – Responsible Land Development Made Easier.

Your most reliable source for UK Planning Application data

LandHawk’s UK Planning Application Data API is a comprehensive real-time database, designed to deliver powerful, detailed search with greater accuracy and control.

Get instant insight into the status of any area within the country, with a reliable data source that combines 99% of all available planning application data across UK local authorities.

LandHawk Planning Application Data API

All the UK planning information you need in one place

We collect 99% of all planning application data to provide a single source of truth for your searches. Our database is updated hourly to give you a complete view of every application, allowing you to discover opportunities faster.

Additional search parameters for greater insight

As well as the standard planning application information, our database provides you with additional search parameters such as development size, formal consent, and application status to help you make more informed decisions.

Giving you the tools and data to develop responsibly

Building amazing places is a challenge that requires us all to work better together. This is why our API is designed make UK planning application data as accessible as possible, to everyone that shares our vision for the future.

Integrates seamlessly with industry-leading GIS solutions

Get started with our Planning Application Data API today

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