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How do I object to a planning application which affects me?

How do I object to a planning application which affects me?
3 November 2010 Christopher Moore

When a planning application is submitted as part of the planning process there will be a consultation period of 21 days.  If a development affects your property (i.e. sits on the boundary of the development) the Council will write to you giving you the opportunity to support or object the planning proposal. All letters of support or objections have to be in written format, quoting the relevant planning application e.g. APP/2010/NUMBER

The details of the proposals, including architects’ drawings, will be available for inspection at Wirral Council Technical Services Department, Cheshire Lines Building, Canning Street, Birkenhead, CH41 1ND.  To discuss the plans with the relevant planning officer an appointment must be made.