You have a right to appeal a planning decision if:
- your application for permission to carry out works to your property is not decided within a set period (usually eight weeks, or 13 weeks for major developments and 28 days for non-material amendment applications)
- you disagree with the decision
Appeals are made to the Secretary of State and are administered by the Planning Inspectorate.
Planning Practice Guidance
Advice on planning appeals, including deadlines for submitting an appeal.
Details of appeals can be obtained on the Appeals Casework Portal using the Search facility (a case number is required).
Appeal decisions made by the Planning Inspectorate or the Secretary of State can also be viewed.