We’re aware of people receiving fraudulent calls from telephone numbers mimicking genuine court or tribunal numbers. This is a scam.
The callers may request payment and claim to be from HMRC or other government departments.
If you receive a call like this, please don’t make a payment or share any details. You can report the call to Action Fraud and HMRC.
Planning Court guidance during coronavirus outbreak
We carry out judicial reviews of decisions made by planning authorities, and hear other challenges to planning decisions. This includes appeals and applications relating to:
- planning permission
- development consent
- compulsory purchase orders
- highways and other rights of way
- decisions under EU environmental legislation
Who we are
We are part of the Administrative Court, a specialist court within the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court of Justice.
We are based at the Royal Courts of Justice in London and at district registries across England and Wales. Cases at the Royal Courts of Justice are heard by the Planning Liaison Judge or a High Court judge while cases at district registries are heard by a district judge.