Department for Communities and Local Government written question – answered on 9th December 2015.
To ask Her Majesty’s Government, for each of the last five years, how many planning appeals were made against local authority decisions on major housing schemes; what was the average time taken by the Planning Inspectorate to deal with those appeals; how many took longer than six months; how many have so far been made this year, and of those how many have taken, or are scheduled to take, longer than six months.
The table below shows the number of planning appeals made against local authority decisions on major housing schemes (10 or more houses). It shows the average time taken, how many took longer than six months, how many have been made so far this year and of those, how many have taken or will take longer than six months.
s78 planning appeals for major dwellings (10+)
Number of decisions
Average days to decide
Number of appeal decisions that exceeded 6 months (start to decision)
Number of decisions in progress that are beyond 6 months (in age) = 62
Yes0 people think so
No0 people think not
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