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Householder Appeals

In respect of inquiries, please contact us today – we will review your case and provide a low cost fee quote.

To find out more about the hearings process, click here.

To find out more about the inquiry process, click here.

We will advise the most appropriate route upon receiving instructions from you.

This service includes the following:

  • Appointment as agents
  • Submission of appeal form, statement of case and other documents required to accompany the appeal.
  • Review of Consultation Responses
  • Notification Requirements
  • Liaising with Local Planning Authority

If you are unsure whether your development is classed as a Householder or ‘Residential’ Development, take a look at the definition of householder development here. Please contact us if you are still unsure contact us and we will confirm the type of development.

Please note: There are certain deadlines which applicants must meet in order for their submissions to be considered by the inspector. These are prescribed by law. We will advise you of deadlines relevant to your appeal at the outset. Timescales for the scheduling of hearings/inquiries and the final decision can be revised by the Planning inspectorate depending on the complexity of the issues involved and the route of appeal chosen. In addition, the process will generally take longer if a hearing or inquiry is required. As a guide, PINS expect the process to take 2-6 weeks longer on average using the hearing or inquiry route.