Planning Services


Appeals are usually employed as a last resort, but can be useful in cases where local planning authorities will not agree to the principle of development or it appears that, whatever alterations are made to a scheme, permission is not forthcoming. Our advice is normally to seek to amend proposals to seek to overcome issues raised by the local planning authority, but our RTPI accredited planners are well placed to deal with appeals when the need arises.

Appeals can proceed under three methods: written representations, hearings and inquiries. The majority of appeals proceed under the written representations procedure, with inquiries being the least common, but our planning team is experienced in all three formats.

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