You can appeal to the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) if you think there was a legal problem with a decision made by the:
- First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) - except decisions about land registration
- Residential Property Tribunal in Wales
- Leasehold Valuation Tribunal in Wales
- Valuation Tribunal in England or Wales
You might need to get permission before you appeal.
You can also apply to the tribunal if your case is about:
- compensation for the compulsory purchase of land
- discharge or modification of land affected by a ‘restrictive covenant’
- compensation for the effect on land affected by public works
- a tree preservation order
- compensation for damage to land damaged by subsidence from mining
- the valuation of land or buildings for Capital Gains Tax or Inheritance Tax purposes
- a ‘right to light’ dispute
- compensation for blighted land
The tribunal is independent and will listen to both sides of the argument before making a decision.
Help you can get
A mediation service could be quicker and cheaper than going to the tribunal. Mediation is when an independent and impartial person discusses a problem with both parties to try to find a solution.
Call or email the tribunal if you have any questions about the process. The tribunal can’t give you legal advice.
Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber)
5th floor, Rolls Building
7 Rolls Buildings