If your planning application is undetermined outside of the determination period, refused or conditions are set that you disagree with, you have the right to appeal the decision of the council to the Planning Inspectorate.
The appeal process is available to applicants only. There is no right of appeal for interested people or organisations.
Planning appeals are administered and undertaken by the Planning Inspectorate, which is independent of the council.
How to appeal
The planning decision notice provides details of how to appeal. You can find more information on planning and development on the gov.uk website.
Timescales for planning appeal submission
- 28 days from the date on the decision notice for works to trees covered by Tree Preservation Orders (TPO).
- 8 weeks from the date on the decision notice for Advertisement Consent.
- 12 weeks from the date on the decision notice for householder applications.
- 12 weeks from the date on the decision notice for minor commercial applications.
- 6 months from the date on the decision notice for Listed Building Consent.
- There is no time limit for submission of an appeal for a Certificate of Lawfulness or a Listed Building Certificate of Lawfulness.
- 6 months from the date on the decision notice for all other applications.
Planning appeal information for other interested parties
The guides below explain how you can make your views known if you are interested in the outcome of an appeal: