Rights of appeal in planning - Response to the consultation paper

Mark Poustie

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Abstract

Public participation is a fundamental and long-standing element of our land use planning system. People must feel confident that they have been heard and have had their views taken into account when decisions are made about the future development of their areas. Those who have applied for planning permission, but had it refused by their council, can appeal to the Scottish Executive against that decision. In this consultation we ask whether others who are affected by planning decisions should be allowed a right to appeal.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages17
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2004

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Keywords

  • planning appeals
  • right of appeal
  • consultation
  • planning applications
  • scottish law

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