Appeal against a planning enforcement notice


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The Council may send you an enforcement notice if you have built or changed something without planning permission.

When you can appeal

You can appeal against an enforcement notice if you own, rent or lawfully occupy the property or land it applies to.  There is no fee for appealing unless you also need to apply for planning permission.

Deadline for appealing

You must submit the appeal before the date the enforcement notice takes effect.

How to appeal

You can find out how to make your appeal on the GOV.UK website.  The Planning Inspectorate manage planning enforcement appeals.

Appeal a planning decision or notice

Comment on an appeal

Anyone can comment on an enforcement notice appeal.

Comment on an appeal

The deadline for comments is 6 weeks after the start of the appeal.  You can find out more information about making your views known on the GOV.UK website.

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