"Appeals can be challenging however our knowledge of the

planning appeals process will

ensure you are safe hands"

If Atriarc has not been involved with a planning submission from the outset; the starting point for our appeals service begins with a full review of the plans and application to date. After our initial review we work with our clients and the Local Planning Authority to see how best to proceed, whether it be formal negotiation and arbitration, or the submission of a formal planning appeal.

Common Planning Appeals include;

    • Householder Appeals;

    • Planning Appeals;

    • Enforcement Notice Appeals;

    • Listed Building/ Conservation Area Appeals;

    • Listed Building/ Conservation Area Enforcement Appeals;

    • Lawful Development Certificate Appeals; and,

    • Advertisement Appeals.

There are three common methods to appeal;

    • Written representations;

    • Hearings; and,

    • Public Inquiries.

The method of appeal will depend on the complexity of the case, the reasons for refusal or enforcement, the client's and Planning Authority brief. In some cases consideration will also be based on the requests of the Planning Inspectorate. Which ever method of appeal is chosen, Atriarc has a series of experienced staff to ensure a well reasoned case of appeal is developed to assist facilitating a successful outcome.