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When you need planning permission, where to apply, what counts as permitted development and how to appeal a planning permission decision
You’ll probably need planning permission if you want to: build something…
Some building projects do not need planning permission. This is known as…
Your local planning authority (LPA) will decide whether to grant planning…
If your application is refused, try to come to an agreement with the local…
Search for an appeal against a planning decision or notice from your local planning authority, or start a new appeal
Appeal a decision by your local planning authority about an application for planning permission - documents you need to provide, who can appeal, how long it takes
Your local planning authority makes decisions on planning applications.…
Because of coronavirus (COVID-19), you cannot currently appeal by post.…
Anyone can comment on a planning appeal. Find the case on the appeals…
The Planning Inspectorate will check your appeal to make sure it’s valid.…
You can challenge the decision in the High Court if you think the Planning…
Appeal a decision on a householder planning application by your local planning authority - deadlines, how to appeal and how long it takes to get a decision
Appeal against a planning enforcement notice. How to apply, who can apply, claim costs, how long it takes
How to get an award of costs if someone behaves unreasonably during your planning appeal - when to claim, what you can claim for, type of award you can get
Appeal a decision about a lawful development certificate - how to appeal if you think your development is now lawful, what documents to supply, what happens after you appeal
To help ensure that an authority giving development consent for a project makes its decision knowing the likely effects on the environment.
Appeal against a tree preservation or replacement order decision - deadlines, how to appeal and how long it takes to get a decision
Appeal a decision by your local council to reject your application for a right of way - how to appeal, what documents to submit, who can comment on your appeal and how long it takes
Appeal against a high hedges decision - deadlines, how to appeal and how long it takes to get a decision
Application form for consent to construct works on common land: Commons Act 2006, Section 38 and the National Trust Act. Coronavirus (COVID-19): Important update in the details box below.
Complete a draft or agreed statement of common ground
Appeal a hedgerow notice - deadlines, how to appeal and how long it takes to get a decision
Appeal a decision on a listed building consent application by your local planning authority - deadlines, how to appeal and how long it takes to get a decision
Application form to deregister, or to deregister and exchange, common land or town or village greens. Coronavirus (COVID-19): Important update in the details box below.
Form for appeals against decisions issued by councils in respect of applications for consent to cut down or carry out work on a tree protected by a tree preservation order.
All parties involved in an appeal are expected to cover their own expenses but anyone involved in the appeal can ask that one party pays some or all of another party’s costs.
Appeal a decision by your local planning authority about an application for a minor commercial development - documents you need to provide, who can appeal, how long it takes
Complete a draft or agreed statement of case
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