Who can Appeal and when?

Who can appeal?

Applicant - The applicant can make an appeal against a decision or a condition imposed on a decision directly to The Planning Inspectorate. Details of how to make an appeal are included in decision notices issued by the Council.

Agent - The applicant can make an appeal against a decision or a condition imposed on a decision directly to The Planning Inspectorate.
Received an Enforcement Notice? Those who have been served an enforcement notice may also appeal. Details of how to make an appeal are included in enforcement notices issued by the Council.

Third Parties - At the present time third parties (e.g. neighbours) are not allowed to make an appeal against a planning decision. However, if your home is likely to be directly affected by a development that is subject to an appeal then the Council will write to you advising how you may make your concerns known directly to the Planning Inspectorate.

When can I appeal?

Planning Appeals - Within 6 months of the decision date (or 12 weeks if a householder application or minor commercial application).

Advertisement Consent - Within 8 weeks of the date of the decision.

Listed Building and Conservation Area Consent Appeals - Within 6 months of the decision.

Tree Preservation Appeals - Within 2 months of the decision date.

Enforcement Notice Appeals - Within 28 days of receipt of the notice or by the date the Enforcement Notice takes effect.

 

Last updated on: 26/11/2015 - 11:08