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The service we offer includes appraising the reasons for a planning refusal and advising on a potential appeal or hearing […]
The service we offer includes appraising the reasons for a planning refusal and advising on a potential appeal or hearing outcome. When presenting a Statement and evidence, we can explain compliance with both national & local development plan policy and supplementary guidance. We can counter the reasons for refusal and present statements in support of the case.
We also offer presentation of case to Local Planning Review Body where planning permission has been refused by an officer under delegated powers.
Examples of successful appeals include:
You may have the right to appeal to Scottish Ministers if a planning authority:
You can find more information in:
And this guide to planning appeals explains the appeal forms and what can be appealed to ministers.
England & Wales
Your local planning authority (LPA) makes decisions on planning applications.
You can appeal a planning decision if any of the following apply:
For major projects, you can only appeal if 13 weeks have passed. Examples of a major project include a development with 10 or more dwellings, or a building with floor space of more than 1,000 square metres.
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