Apply for rule 6 status on a planning appeal or called-in application
- Planning Inspectorate
- Part of:
- Taking part in a planning, listed building or enforcement appeal and Planning system
- First published:
- 6 March 2014
- Last updated:
- 6 April 2016, see all updates
How interested parties with a substantive case can apply to the Secretary of State for Rule 6 status at a planning inquiry (appeal or called-in application).
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This guide provides details on how to support or oppose a planning appeal using Rule 6 status, including:
- how to apply
- the inquiry procedure
- statement of case
- statement of common ground
- proofs of evidence
Published: 6 March 2014
Updated: 6 April 2016
- The guides have been updated to amend the hyperlinks from Planning Portal to GOV.UK and to reflect that fact that from 1 October 2013, the need to obtain conservation area consent for the demotion of an unlisted building in a conservation area was replaced by the need to obtain planning permission.
- First published.