- When a planning application is refused by local authority, the applicant has the right to submit an appeal to the Planning Inspectorate to overrule the decision.
- Our planners regularly draft and submit appeals on behalf of aggrieved applicants and boast a 97% success rate.
- Our appeals consist of thoroughly researched policy arguments which counter the reasons for refusal.
- An appeal is not always advisable. In some cases, applicants will be advised on how they may revise the scheme to meet the relevant policy criteria
- Planning Appeals are prepared by our senior planners who call upon their in depth knowledge of planning policy as well as the leading Planning Inspectorate decisions.
- Our planners and other in-house professionals have extensive experience in achieving the best possible results on appeal. This is evidenced by our exceptionally high success rate.
Please note: permitted development rights only apply to houses and do not apply to flats, maisonettes or other buildings. you will need full planning permission for all works to a flat or maisonette. Read more.