Planning appeals related questions
- What is the initial procedure in a planning appeal?
- What is the later procedure in a planning appeal?
- Who decides planning appeals?
- Can I have a copy of the Council's planning appeal statement?
- What happens at a planning hearing?
- What happens at a planning inquiry?
- In what circumstances can I appeal against a planning application decision?
- What are chances of success? How best can I frame my planning appeal?
- What is the cost of making a planning appeal?
- Can I appeal against a planning permission that has been granted?
- Will I be consulted about any planning appeal that has been lodged against the Council's refusal of permission?
- I have already written about a planning application. Do I need to write again, or will my original letter(s) be forwarded?
- How do I make further written representations with regards to a planning application appeal?
- Will I be notified of the date of the Inspector's site visit (under the written procedure) and will the Inspector visit my property?
- Will I be allowed to discuss the case with the Inspector at the site visit (under the written procedure)?
- I am not happy that this matter is only being heard by written representations. I would like a planning Hearing or an Inquiry. Can the Council request one?
- I have been notified that an appeal has been withdrawn, does this mean that the appeal site will not be developed?
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