A transcript of the WCRA objection letter
How to object to Planning Applications
Planning Applications can be quite complex and unfortunately unless you are involved professionally in planning or have some prior experience they can seem quite intimidating.
The important point to remember is that sometimes the planning applications are assessed on narrow technical grounds rather than on some of the wider concerns that you may have so in order to object in an effective way you need to make salient and relevant arguments.
In order to do this effectively it helps if you have some guidelines. Below are some handy guides courtesy of Planning Aid, Urban Forum & the Environmental Law foundation which provide a useful starting point.
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