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Planning and Enforcement Appeals

This page provides some basic information about the appeal process

Lodged appeals and decisions

Details of lodged planning appeals can be found using the Council’s Planning Application Search .

Alternatively, you can also search for appeals via the Planning Portal .

Who can appeal?

Only the person who has made the application or been served the enforcement notice can lodge an appeal against the Council’s decision where there has been:

There is no “third party” right of appeal. In all cases, applicants are encouraged to discuss their concerns with the Council to see if the issues can be resolved before making a formal appeal.

When and how to appeal

Appeals must be made using the Planning Inspectorate forms available at the Planning Portal - Appeals and other casework

The time limits in which to make an appeal will vary depending on the type of application made.  These can range between 28 days and six months from the date of the decision. Details of the time limit for lodging an appeal are sent out with the application decision notice.

An appeal can follow different procedures; either by written representations, hearing or public inquiry:

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Crawley,
West Sussex, RH10 1UZ

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