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Posts tagged as “Retrospective Planning Appeals”

Wrexham Planning Appeal For A Retrospective Application Refused at Committee

This planning application was originally validated by Wrexham County Borough Council on the 14th December and refused on the 4th October at committee for a Retrospective application for Outbuilding, Front Porch, Wall, Boundary Fence and Pergola. The committee went against the advice of their planning officers who recommended approval of this application. As such after carful consideration we also recommended that not only our client appeal the refusal but additionally we put in a costs application for our client to attempt to gain the appeal costs back for them. This planning appeal was classed as a House Holder appeal and as such the appellant had 12 weeks from the refusal date to appeal to the Planning Inspectorate. Additionally with this case being a retrospective application, we were mindful of a potential enforcement notice being issued ,and were in contact with the planning office at Wrexham to ensure that an enforcement…

Retrospective Rear Extension Planning Appeal Birmingham City Council

We were contacted by our client after their recent retrospective application had been refused by Birmingham City Council and a decision notice had been issued to our client refusing the application, a previous Lawful development Application had also been refused for this development. Our client was aware the next step was for Birmingham City Council to issue an enforcement notice to take the development down and wanted to avoid that if at all possible. The refusal reasons given by the Birmingham City Council this case were that the proposed extension does not comply with the 45 Degree Code for House Extensions and would lead to a loss of outlook and light to No 194 Alexander Road. For this appeal we produced a 13 page detailed appeal statement, working our way through the delegated officers report and decision notice, dismantling their objections and reasons to refuse. Providing a comprehensive and robust…