Types of appeal
Other kinds of appeals
Countryside, access and rights of way
Appeals can also be made in respect of rights of way1, common land access -restriction and notice appeals, Schedule 14 Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 Section 131(4A) and Section 132(3), Hedgerows – Retention and Replacement Notices, Environmental Appeals and Coastal Access
Highways and transport
Appeals can also be submitted in respect of Highways cases, Harbour Revision Orders, Stopping up of highways, Side Road Orders, Compulsory Purchase Orders, Transport and Works Act cases, and bridge tolls.
“Called-in” planning applications
If an application is ‘called in2’ by the Secretary of State for consideration then there is an opportunity to appeal this decision.
Section 106BC and Section 106B appeals
This type of appeal is in respect of the modification or discharging of planning obligations (Section 106B) and in relation to obligations in respect of affordable housing (Section 106BC).
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)
If you wish to appeal following an action by the CIL collecting body, then you may appeal under Regulations 69, 80-88 and 90 of the Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010.
Read more about making a CIL appeal3.
A landowner may, following an adverse planning decision, serve a Purchase Notice on the relevant Local Planning Authority requesting that they acquire the land in question. Such a process is administered by the Planning Inspectorate.
Appeals can also be made in respect of matters relating to the construction of Crossrail, such as against a decision to refuse or request for approval, or in respect of conditions imposed.
Appeals can also be made in relation to noise from construction sites in respect of Crossrail.