Number of appeals cases on PINS’ books rises again but decision numbers increase

The number of open appeal cases on the Planning Inspectorate’s (PINS) books has risen again to a fresh twelve-month high of 13,029, but the number of appeals decisions issued by the body rose sharply in November, latest statistics show.

by Michael Donnelly
PINS: Latest performance statistics published
PINS: Latest performance statistics published

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