Did not login to post this....DOH
It's a requirement for planning offices to have this info available so if BT have to put in an Advanded Notice then it should be on the local council website. This only applies in conservation areas and similar where BT code powers don't outweigh the local councils power over preservation of looks in a certain area. Where BT can use code powers then local councils are very hit and miss over whether they update to their web sites.
Unfortunately my cabinet has just been rejected because it's green even though our high street is a right hodge podge of buildings (BT somewhat stupidly requested it to be placed right next to a Grade II listed building...), why they didn't request it to be placed on the other side of the road where the current cabinet is I have no idea as there's no listed buildings that side and more room on the pathway.
The problem is if it's rejected BT might just not bother with that cabinet or in my case exchange (this was the only cabinet on the councils website for my town).