Appeals are dealt with by the Planning Inspectorate.
If you are dissatisfied with a refusal decision or you think that any of the conditions are unreasonable you can submit an appeal to the Planning Inspectorate.
Before you submit an appeal, you should arrange a discussion with the planning officer who dealt with the application to see if an alternative proposal might be more acceptable. Depending on the advice given you may then wish to make a further application.
If we do not issue a decision within the 8 week, 13 week or 16 week target date (unless you have agreed in writing to an extension of time) you can appeal for non-determination. If you appeal for non-determination the decision is processed by the Planning Inspectorate.
If you do decide to appeal, you must do so within six months of the date of the decision for most applications, however
Householder and Minor Commercial Development applications must be submitted within 12 weeks from the date of the decision,
Advertisement applications must be submitted within 8 weeks from the date of the decision,
Tree Preservation Order applications must be submitted within 28 days from the date of decision.
Prospective appellants requesting an Inquiry procedure for their appeal must notify the Local Planning Authority and Planning Inspectorate at least 10 days prior to appeal submission.
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