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Enforcement appeals dealt with by an inquiry: taking part

How to take part in an enforcement or lawful development certificate appeal proceeding by an inquiry

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Guide to taking part in enforcement appeals and lawful development certificate appeals proceeding by an inquiry

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Guide to taking part in enforcement appeals and lawful development certificate appeals proceeding by an inquiry

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Please refer to our current Coronavirus (CV-19) guidance page for the latest information on how we are managing casework during the pandemic.

This guide explains :

  • how you can make your views known
  • who decides an appeal and what are the rules
  • what is considered
  • contact us

There is also a video guide that gives an overview of what happens and how to take part

How to take part at an inquiry

Published 6 March 2014
Last updated 10 July 2020 + show all updates
  1. The Taking part guides have been updated following the new complaints procedure going online.

  2. Please refer to our current Coronavirus (CV-19) guidance page]for the latest information on how we are managing casework during the pandemic.

  3. The guidance has been updated to reflect current wording, email address changes and working practices

  4. Video guide added

  5. 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.

  6. First published.