The planning process is set out by central government legislation and is designed to allow the input of expert and interested parties into the making of decisions on applications for development affecting the built and natural environment. The planning process follows stages: -
An applicant may appeal against the refusal of a planning application or against a condition imposed on a planning permission. The appeal must be made within six months of the date of the decision. There is no right for third parties to appeal against a planning decision.
For further information on Planning Appeals; how to make an appeal; and searching for current planning appeals; please follow the links below to the appeals pages on the gov.uk website.