High Court ChallengesJudicial Review, s288, s289
Only the High Court can challenge the Council’s decision to grant planning permission, or the decision of the planning inspectorate to grant or refuse permission following planning and enforcement appeals. These challenges come in the form of a judicial review application, or a statutory challenge (s288 or s289). If you wish to consider filing a High Court appeal, make sure you have solid legal backing from specialist planning solicitors such as those at LSR.
Taking a personal, proactive approach to cases, we will assess the legality of any decision to grant or refuse planning permission and advise on the prospects of a successful outcome at the Planning Court (part of the High Court).
LSR has a strong focus on client care, always keeping our clients informed and reassured throughout the process. Our aim is to offer practical, expert advice for any case, large or small, drawing on our 18 years’ experience in planning and property law to design an effective plan of action.
Our team is happy to work with both individuals and businesses nationwide on a remote basis, as well as serving our local areas of Colchester, Chelmsford and Ipswich.
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