Land Use Permits|Authority|Moving an application to the Appealed step,rejecting it and restoring to review

Local government planning authorities make decisions on planning applications. Applicants have the right to appeal the application when they are refused planning permissions for reasons they think are against the planning policy, they are granted planning permissions in conditions they object to, or the decision on planning applications is not given within the agreed deadline. 

A Municipal Authority will move the application to the Appealed step in Cloudpermit after receiving the applicant's objection. The appeal option is available at the top right of the rejected application's workspace. This article describes moving an application to the Appealed step, rejecting it, and restoring it to review.

  1. Click Move to Appealed at the top right of the application workspace.
  2. Select the appeal tribunal, date of appeal, date of the meeting, and decision from the drop-down menus. Click Yes.
  3. The Application Appeals section will appear in the application workspace. The step of the application is Appealed.
  4. After holding the appeal meeting, select the decision date from the calendar under the date of decision (see the image above).
  5. If the decision is to reject the application, click Reject application at the top of the workspace.
  6. If the decision is made and conditions are agreed upon with the Applicant and Municipal Planning Authority, click Restore application.

Rejecting the application

  1. Click Reject Application.
  2. Enter a reason for the rejection and confirm. 
  3. The application is rejected, and it isn't more in the process. An Applicant has received an email notification regarding the rejection.

Restoring to review

  1. Click Restore to Review at the top of the application view.
  2. Confirm.
     
  3. The application is returned to the review step, and the Municipal Planning Authority will continue to review it.

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