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Guidance: Planning appeals: procedural guide

Planning Inspectorate

November 24
08:29 2020

Planning appeals: procedural guide

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Planning appeals: procedural guide

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This guide applies to:

  • planning appeals
  • householder development appeals
  • minor commercial appeals
  • listed building appeals
  • advertisement appeals
  • discontinuance notice appeals

It includes details about:

  • responsibilities of the appellant, the local planning authority and other parties
  • who decides an appeal?
  • what will the Inspector take into account?
  • what are the procedures?
  • can a proposed scheme be amended?
  • where will the decision be published?
Published 6 April 2015
Last updated 24 November 2020 +show all updates
  1. Paragraph 3.3. has been amended following changes to the Community Infrastructure Levy Regs. Annexe N was amended at the beginning of this year but para.3.3 was overlooked.

  2. The duplicate sentences have since been removed from page 73.

  3. The guide has been updated to reflect:-New legislation to allow PINS/the Inspector to decide (on behalf of the SoS) whether a combined procedure may be appropriate;The introduction of appeals to allow for amendments to construction hours and to enable certain planning permissions and listed building consents in England which have lapsed or are due to lapse during 2020 to be extended; andAnnexe L dealing with the procedural choice for redeterminations has also been altered.

  4. The complaints procedure published at Annexe Q has been removed and the new complaints procedure is now available online.

  5. Annexe P has amended following recent legal advice that Costs decisions are not correctable under the Slip Rule.

  6. Annexe N of the Procedural Guide has been updated following the revocation of regulation 123 of the CIL Regulations 2010.

  7. It has been updated to include references to Rule 6 parties at App F1 and G1, and a new paragraph F.9.3. Paragraphs F.31, App F.1 and App F.2 have also been amended from 10 days to 10 working days.

  8. Paragraph J.3.2 has been amended to say must rather than should bringin

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