Applicants can file an appeal if their planning applications are denied for reasons they think go against planning policy, if their applications are approved with conditions they don't agree with, or if their applications are not decided by the agreed-upon deadline.
If you disagree with the decision and wish to appeal, your case must be assigned to the appropriate appeal tribunal for review. When your application was rejected, the city department sent you a separate letter explaining how to file an appeal.
You can also get more information from your local government by using the "Messages" feature in your application (show messages).
Your application is in the "Rejected" step in Cloudpermit. Cloudpermit sends you an automated email notification about the "Rejected" status change in your application.
If you disagree with the decision and wish to appeal, your case must be assigned to the appropriate appeal tribunal for review. When the municipal department gets your objection, your application will move to the "Appealed" step in Cloudpermit. The appeals tribunal will hear the application.
Following the appeal tribunal's decision, your application will either be rejected or returned to the "In Review" stage in Cloudpermit, where it will be worked on further. The municipal authority will let you know what the decision is going to be.