PLANNING APPEALS

Taking part in a planning, listed building or enforcement appeal – How to make your views known

Planning Inspectorate      Published 1 October 2014

Planning and listed building appeals

 

Planning appeals dealt with by written representations: taking part

Planning appeals dealt with by a hearing: taking part

Planning appeals dealt with by an inquiry: taking part

Apply for rule 6 status on a planning appeal or called-in application

Enforcement appeals

 

Enforcement appeals dealt with by written representations: taking part

Enforcement appeals dealt with by a hearing: taking part

Enforcement appeals dealt with by an inquiry: taking part

Apply for rule 6 status on an enforcement or lawful development certificate appeal

 

Decisions, decisions!

Every Planning Application, or Appeal, is unique and must be assessed on its merits. Past cases do however provide planning guidance to all those  interested in protecting or improving our natural or built environment. Here are examples of important resent Planning Appeal and Public Inquiry Decisions which have significantly protected or enhanced the landscapes and countryside in the Devonshire South Hams:

 

The Lyte Lane Appeal Decision

The Selworthy Appeal Decision

The Frogmore 28 (Mill Lane) Appeal Decision

The Winslade Public Enquiry – Secretary of State Decision