Appeal for non-determination

Updated on 15th July 2017 in Planning Appeals
1 on 10th March 2017

Hi – I am a newbie here and hope somebody can help. I have had a planning application being considered and it is way past its due date for decision. The application went to committee three weeks ago with a strong recommendation for approval by officers. An orchestrated group of objectors at the meeting has forced the committee to defer the decision pending “further discussions” on issues which were completely covered in the officer’s report to committee. It is quite clear that the committee members had not read the officer’s report in detail. Neither we nor the officer (who is as frustrated as I am) can add anything and I can see this being bounced back and forth for months because the committee want to appease the objectors. Apart from time, is there any down side in going straight to appeal for non-determination? The officer believes that we could even recover costs.

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i would sit it out i choose the alternative route they all piss in the same pot
rule 1 dont trade with the establishment rule 2 if you do use a fall guy man of straw
even with a man of straw ye woe win what u do  pull off is rip the crap out of em i done this in high court that how its rolls quite funny but the wig doe like it me spoke to geezer about manchester airport treehouse crew half a mil in the house of lords b4 supreme court wot a player

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