Your local planning authority makes decisions about displaying an advertisement or sign on your house or building.
You can appeal against a decision about consent to display an advertisement if you disagree with it.
There’s no fee for appealing.
Only the person who made the application can appeal.
Deadline for appealing
If you disagree with a decision, you must appeal within 8 weeks of the date on the decision notice from your local planning authority.
If you’ve been sent a discontinuation notice, you’ll need to appeal before the date given on the notice.
When you can expect a decision
Once your appeal is validated, you’ll normally get a decision within 27 weeks.