You can appeal to the Planning Inspectorate against:
- the refusal of planning permission or listed building/conservation area consent
- any condition imposed on a permission/consent
- failure to determine the application within eight weeks
- the refusal of advertisement consent
Only the person who made the application can appeal. If you didn’t apply, you can comment on an appeal instead.
For a full guide on how to make a planning appeal visit the Planning Inspectorate.
You can also submit an enforcement appeal.
The Planning Inspectorate also allows you to check the progress of a specific appeal.
If you are considering submitting an appeal the Planning Inspectorate have provided Appeal Guidance Booklets which explain each process in more detail.