Called-in planning applications: procedural guide
The responsibilities of each party and the roles they have in the called-in planning applications process.
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This guide includes details about:
- responsibilities of the applicant, the local planning authority and other parties
- what will the Inspector do and what will be taken into account?
- what is the timetable for an application and what are the rules?
- what are the procedures?
- can new material be introduced during the application process?
- where will the decision be published
Published: 4 July 2014
Updated: 23 March 2016
- On 23 March 2016 the Planning Inspectorate published revised versions of its four procedural guides on Planning Appeals, Called-in Planning Applications, Enforcement Notice Appeals and Lawful Development Certificate Appeals. Each document highlights important changes.
- First published.