Under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, there are, essentially, 3 types of appeal against decisions made by local planning authorities. GOV.UK - Appeal or search for a planning decision or notice has a range of information.
Appeals are made to the GOV.UK - Appeal or search for a planning decision or notice and can be made on line or in paper form.
Under S78 of the T&CP Act 1990 these can be made in the following circumstances:
A new fast track process for Householder Appeals is now being piloted by Basildon Council's Planning Services.
For further information regarding the fast track householder appeals process,
see, GOV.UK - Appeal a householder planning decision
The service of an enforcement notice in respect of a breach of planning control.
Only the applicants (or in the case of enforcement appeals the person(s) served with the notice(s)) can make an appeal.
All appeals lodged since October 2005 can be viewed on e-Planning applications - appeals online search.
Where the following details relating to the appeals are updated on a daily basis:
Please note that inspectors'/Secretary of State's decision letters can be viewed in Public Access under the relevant planning application number.