- 3 Dec 2018
We aim to ensure that all of our work is dealt with as swiftly as possible. We have set targets for our appeals casework and expect 80% of appeals to meet the target.
Quarterly performance statistics for January to March 2021
|Procedure||Target (weeks)||No. of appeals||Performance against target||Average time taken to determine (weeks)|
|No further procedure||8||1||100%||5.7|
|Further written submissions||20||32||91%||17.3|
'No further procedure' means the reporter has decided the appeal based on the initial grounds, and responses of those involved.
'Site inspection' means the reporter has decided the appeal based on the initial grounds, responses and an inspection of the site.
'Further written submissions' means the reporter has decided there is not enough information to decide on the appeal, and has asked one or more to contribute more.
'Hearing and 'inquiry' mean the reporter has decided that an oral process is required to resolve the appeal. Hearing's take the form of discussions led by the reporter, while inquiries are more formal sessions similar to cases in law courts.
Performance information for our last financial year is available in our annual review.
If you take part in the appeals process, use DPEA websites, contact the division or attend a webcast, the DPEA may collect certain information about you. To find out more about what information is collected, how the information is used and managed please read the DPEA's privacy notice
Telephone: 0300 244 6668
Planning and Environmental Appeals Division
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