The Development Management Review Committee is responsible for hearing appeals against a decision in relation to a planning application. Requests for review must be made within three months of the decision. A review can also be requested where the application for planning permission has not been determined within two months.
All papers relating to the Development Management Review Committee from September 2014 are available on our agendas, reports and minutes from September 2014 pages or our reports and minutes before 2014 pages.
How the meeting is run
The Development Management Review Committee is a public meeting but applicant/interested parties cannot address the meeting.
Once members of the committee have considered the information before them, they will determine the application, or will ask for further further information.
This can take the form of written submission, a site visit or a hearing. The clerk will make the necessary arrangements and will advise interested parties as necessary.
Once the committee has made a decision, the clerk will arrange for a decision notice to be issued.