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Planning Act (Northern Ireland) 2011

Section 96: Appeal against decision

Under this section an applicant can appeal to the Planning Appeals Commission where an application to a council for listed building consent or approval is refused or where the applicant objects to any conditions that have been imposed.  As with appeals under section 58 for planning applications, the appeal must be lodged with the Commission within 4 months or such other period as may be prescribed.  If the applicant or council wish, they may appear before and be heard by the Commission.

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