Old Post Tregeare, Planning Appeal 25th September


Appeal dismissed............................................................................................................................





There will be a site meeting regarding the Tregeare Planning Appeal on Tuesday 25th September
at 1.30pm.

The following information clarifies what can be said/done at one of these meetings. (Very Little)

You may wish to stand near to the site at that time to show support for the appeal or show your

objection.

Attending Site Visits, Hearings and Inquiries

Site Inspection

If the Inspector can see enough of the site from the road or public view, he/she will visit the site alone. If that is not possible, the appellant and the local planning authority’s representative will go with the Inspector.
There is normally no need for other people to attend the site inspection. However, if you own a property nearby and you want the Inspector to see the appeal site from your property, you should tell us. We will then tell you the date and time of the inspection. At the site inspection, the Inspector will decide if it is necessary to view the site from your property. If so, the appellant and an LPA representative must come too.
If the Inspector decides to view the site from your property no discussion of the case is permitted as the Inspector will be there purely to assess the effect of the proposed development on the surroundings. However, he/she may ask factual questions to confirm his/her understanding of physical features of the site or your property.
For appeals proceeding by the Householder Appeals Service (HAS), the local planning authority will advise us if it is necessary to inspect the site from your property. In these cases, we will then tell you the date and time of the inspection. At the site inspection, the Inspector will decide if it is necessary to view the site from your property. If the Inspector decides to view the site from your property no discussion of the case is permitted as the Inspector will be there purely to assess the effect of the proposed development on the surroundings. However, he/she may ask factual questions to confirm his/her understanding of physical features of the site or your property.

Hearings and Inquiries

If you wish to attend a Hearing or Inquiry the LPA will write to everyone they told about the appeal and give them details of the hearing or inquiry, like the time and place. The LPA may also put a notice in a local paper, giving the same information.
When an inquiry is to be held the appellant must also place a notice on the appeal site 2 weeks before the inquiry is due to take place, giving the same information as the LPA.
If you wish to speak at the hearing or inquiry you should tell the Inspector when they open the hearing or inquiry.

Appeal Decision

The decision on each appeal will be published on the Planning Portal on the day it is issued. You can access an appeal by putting the reference number into the 'Case Ref' field of the 'Search' page and clicking on the search button.

 


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