Householder appeals can become slightly complicated as the process doesn't apply to all types of planning appeals. So, before you start filling in your form, you should check that you have the correct form or combination of forms. See below for guidance on the forms and the time limits which will apply.
You should use thein the following circumstances:
If either of the following circumstances apply:
You should use the standard planning appeal form (see '') in either of the following circumstances:
In certain circumstances, you will need to combine the householder appeal from with other appeal forms.
Combine the above notices if the LPA have refused your householder application as well as a related application for listed building or conservation area consent.
Appeal deadline: The time limit for the Inspectorate to receive your appeals is different for each appeal type (i.e. 12 weeks from the date shown on the LPA's decision for the householder, and 6 months from the receipt of the LPAs decision for the listed building/conservation area consent).You should make both appeals within the 12 week deadline so that both appeals can be linked and decided at the same.
IMPORTANT: If the householder appeal is received after 12 weeks it will be 'out of time' and the Planning Inspectorate will not accept it. You should send copies of all the supporting documents for both appeals, e.g. the applications, plans, LPA decisions etc.
Combine the above notices if either of the following circumstances apply:
For more information, see our section ''.
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