PINS reports 34 per cent drop in appeal decisions issued, as determination times continue to rise

The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) has reported that the number of appeal decisions issued by the body has fallen by more than a third in the past month, while the average appeal determination times for cases conducted by hearings is now over 100 weeks.

by Samantha Eckford
PINS headquarters in Bristol. Pic: Julian Dodd
PINS headquarters in Bristol. Pic: Julian Dodd

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