Q. What can I do if I want to challenge the grant of a planning permission?
A. If you have an issue with a planning permission which has been granted, you have the option to challenge this. Examples of this situation could be:
You have the option to challenge the granted planning permission to the High Court.
The grounds for bringing such a challenge are limited, and you would have to show that the Council had made an error of law, rather than simply reaching a decision that you disagree with. We can advise you whether you might have a case for judicial review and as to the costs and risks of taking the case.
However its worth noting that you only have 6 weeks to from the date of the decision to launch proceedings – legal advice should therefore be sought quickly!
If you are looking to challenge and need more advice, contact Mark on 01952 208412 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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