The right of appeal is one of the most important features of the planning system and planning appeals form a significant part of our workload. Often architects will approach us to appeal when things have gone wrong with an application. But an appeal can also be a key part of a planning strategy – sometimes you don’t know if you have maximised the development potential of a site unless you have tested the limits on appeal. Sometimes an appeal is the only way of overcoming a local “political” objection.

Don’t forget you only get 6-months to appeal a planning decision (12 weeks for a householder application) so if you have recently had a refusal don’t delay call Pure Town Planning for advice.

 

Latest Appeal News…

Won on appeal: extension to industrial building in Poole

Won on appeal: extension to industrial building in Poole

BCP Council (Poole): Dan Wilden is pleased to have won a planning appeal and secured planning permi[...]
Won on appeal: air-conditioning units at a hotel in Bournemouth conservation area

Won on appeal: air-conditioning units at a hotel in Bournemouth conservation area

BCP Council (Bournemouth): Dan Wilden is pleased to have recently won an appeal against the BCP Cou[...]
Won on appeal: detached annex in Southbourne, Bournemouth

Won on appeal: detached annex in Southbourne, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth Area): Neil McKeon has recently won an appeal against BCP Council and secu[...]
Won on appeal: illuminated signage at Rockwater, Branksome Chine

Won on appeal: illuminated signage at Rockwater, Branksome Chine

BCP Council (Poole Area): Neil McKeon has recently won an appeal against BCP Council and secured ex[...]
Won on appeal: householder extensions to an existing dwelling in Parkstone, Poole

Won on appeal: householder extensions to an existing dwelling in Parkstone, Poole

BCP Council: Chris Miell has recently won an appeal against BCP Council and secured planning permis[...]
Won on appeal: certificate of lawfulness for HMO in Southampton

Won on appeal: certificate of lawfulness for HMO in Southampton

Southampton City Council: Dan Wilden is pleased to have won an appeal against the decision of South[...]
Won on appeal: householder extensions in Kimberley Road, Bournemouth

Won on appeal: householder extensions in Kimberley Road, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth Area): Neil McKeon has recently won a householder appeal against BCP Counc[...]
Won on appeal: apartment block garage alterations in West Cliff, Bournemouth

Won on appeal: apartment block garage alterations in West Cliff, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth area): Neil McKeon has recently won an appeal against BCP Council and secu[...]
Won on appeal: householder extensions in Vernalls Close, Bournemouth

Won on appeal: householder extensions in Vernalls Close, Bournemouth

BCP Council (Bournemouth area): Neil McKeon has recently won a householder appeal against BCP Counc[...]
Won on appeal: contemporary two-storey extension to an existing house in Parkstone, Poole

Won on appeal: contemporary two-storey extension to an existing house in Parkstone, Poole

BCP Council (Poole): Chris Miell has recently won an appeal against BCP Council and secured planni[...]