Re: Re: Can I request to see a Planner’s report?
Thanks lexington. You’ve been very helpful and not for the first time either.
I’m glad that they’re are people of your knowledge here to make understanding the planning process a little easier for those of us that have never been down this road before.
Do you know anything pertaining to enforcement notices.
Yes, as soon as I gather the facts I believe I may consider taking this case to An Bord pleanala.The Enforcement Notice is a vital element and if it’s lost then I feel that what seems over as a result of the retention permission may indeed have only opened another avenue for the applicants to prolong this case even further.
No problem 😉 –
regarding the enforcement notice – I suppose I’d have to see the report to be honest, I don’t know the details of the situation but I would assume that where a subsequent application was lodged and granted, even though the previous application was subject to enforcement, the more recent application would have standing over the original (???), in that in deliberating the newer application the planners would have taken into consideration the site/application history including any enforcement activity – like I said I don’t know the ins and outs of the particular situation. However, you should keep in mind that if you wish to seek an appeal, you have only about 4 weeks post the local authority decision to lodge an appeal so if that is the course of action you wish to take, make sure you don’t miss the deadline.