Why appeal consent rates are dropping

Planning Inspectorate data has revealed a signficant drop in the proportion of appeals allowed in 2019/20. Inspectors taking a harder line on proposals not supported by local policies and a less positive attitude towards housing on smaller sites are among the reasons put forward by practitioners for the trend.

by David Blackman
The Planning Inspectorate headquarters in Bristol
The Planning Inspectorate headquarters in Bristol

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