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Planning and Enforcement Appeals

Lodged appeals and decisions

See details of planning appeals lodged since 1999 .

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

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 is no “third party” right of appeal.

In all cases, applicants are encouraged to discuss their concerns with us to see if issues can be resolved before making a formal appeal.

When and how to appeal

Appeals must be made using the Planning Inspectorate forms available through the Planning Portal website .

The time limit for making an appeal varies depending on the type of application made.  It can range between 28 days and 6 months from the decision date. Details of the time limit for lodging an appeal are sent out with each decision notice.

A planning appeal can follow different procedures:

Written representations
Guide to taking part in an appeal proceeding by written representations

Hearing
Guide to taking part in an appeal proceeding by a hearing

Public inquiry
Guide to taking part in an appeal proceeding by an inquiry

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Crawley Borough Council,
Town Hall,
The Boulevard,
Crawley,
West Sussex, RH10 1UZ

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Crawley Borough Council,
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Crawley,
West Sussex, RH10 1UZ

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