Even the most straightforward of development proposals can result in a refusal of planning permission. Planning applications can be refused for a variety of reasons but as a requirement of law, planning authorities must explain the reasons why permission has been refused taking account of national and local plan policies.
With our considerable experience and successful track record in challenging the decisions of local planning authorities at appeal, we are able to professionally represent your case at appeal and also to advise you as to whether you are likely to receive an award of costs against the local planning authority for any unreasonable behavior resulting in the appeal.
In the event that your application has been refused permission, we will initially review the proposal without charge to establish whether there is a case to be made at appeal. If having reviewed your decision we consider that a case can be made to the Planning Inspectorate as to why permission should have been granted, we will be happy to conduct the appeal proceedings on your behalf.