If you apply for planning permission and the Local Planning Authority refuses the proposal, or places conditions on an approval, you have the right to appeal. There is no right of appeal for third parties, only the applicant can make an appeal.
Planning Appeals are dealt with by the Planning Inspectorate. For details on how to submit an appeal please refer to the Planning Inspectorate. General Information on the process can be found in the document Procedural Guide to Planning Appeals .
The Planning Inspectorate has published 2 brief guides to planning inquiries and hearings:
( A list of live planning application and enforcement appeals.pdf [pdf] 124KB ) as at 30 October 2017 can be viewed or you can use the appeal search facility below to view a summary of the appeals on our database. Further details may be available through the Planning Inspectorate search facility.
If you wish to comment on a planning appeal, you can do so by searching under the planning application number, clicking on ‘View Documents’ and then by clicking on ‘Appeal – Arun Docs’. Scroll down until you see the ‘Appeal Notification Letter’ which gives details on how to respond.