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Planning


Recent reports in this category are shown below:

  • Warwick District Council (18 004 227)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 15-Jun-2020

    Summary: Mrs X complained the Council failed to properly protect bats and require the developer to provide compensation for biodiversity loss when it approved a planning application for a housing estate on land near her home.

  • Shropshire Council (18 019 770)

    Report Upheld Other 24-Jan-2020

    Summary: Mr G complains the Council failed to consult with Sport England, before approving a planning application for development next to the home ground of a cricket club he represents. This meant the development was constructed without measures to mitigate the risk of damage from cricket balls.

  • North York Moors National Park Authority (17 007 580)

    Report Upheld Enforcement 08-Oct-2018

    Summary: Mr and Mrs C complain the Authority wrongly charged them for costs associated with enforcement action when the law does not allow it to do so.

  • Plymouth City Council (15 015 955)

    Report Upheld Enforcement 01-Sep-2016

    Summary: Complaint from a couple and their neighbour that the council did not tell them about a major planning application which affected their homes. This denied them the opportunity to have their objections and their amenity considered. By retrospectively changing plans on the decision notice, the council denied them the opportunity to apply for judicial review.

  • Plymouth City Council (15 015 963)

    Report Upheld Enforcement 01-Sep-2016

    Summary: Complaint from a couple and their neighbour that the council did not tell them about a major planning application which affected their homes. This denied them the opportunity to have their objections and their amenity considered. By retrospectively changing plans on the decision notice, the council denied them the opportunity to apply for judicial review.

  • St Helens Metropolitan Borough Council (15 010 742)

    Report Upheld Planning applications 29-Jun-2016

    Summary: Complaint from two men that the council's decision to allow a replacement dwelling house in Green Belt was affected by inconsistencies, errors, omissions and a lack of policy guidelines. They say the decision to allow so large a house will harm the openness of the Green Belt, it will harm their amenity and its construction will lead to the loss of mature landscaping.

  • 15 009 133

    Report Upheld Planning applications 29-Jun-2016

    Summary: Complaint from two men that the council's decision to allow a replacement dwelling house in Green Belt was affected by inconsistencies, errors, omissions and a lack of policy guidelines. They say the decision to allow so large a house will harm the openness of the Green Belt, it harm their amenity and its construction will lead to the loss of mature landscaping.

  • London Borough of Hackney (14 006 093)

    Report Upheld Enforcement 10-May-2016

    Summary: A man complains the council has not taken direct action to remove an unauthorised extension built by his neighbour in 2006 and subject to an enforcement notice issued in February 2009.

  • Erewash Borough Council (15 000 512)

    Report Upheld Other 09-Feb-2016

    Summary: Complaints from a couple and a woman about the way the council considered and approved an application for planning permission for a development in the green belt near to their properties.

  • Erewash Borough Council (15 007 059)

    Report Upheld Other 09-Feb-2016

    Summary: Complaints from a couple and a woman about the way the council considered and approved an application for planning permission for a development in the green belt near to their properties.