You can make an appeal for the following types of application:
lawful development certificate.
The planning appeals process
If you make a planning appeal, the appeal will be looked at by an independent Planning Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State.
The appeal can be decided in three ways:
Appeal for non-determination
New changes to validation requirements mean that where a Local Authority persists in refusing to validate a planning application on the grounds of purportedly insufficient information requested under the provisions of Section 62 (3) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, the applicant has the right to make an appeal.
Please note that appealing against non-determination should be the last resort, after negotiations with us.