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 A guide to making objections to planning applications

The first Marquess of Westminster, Robert Grosvenor conceived the idea of the creation of Belgravia as we know it. Planning did not stop there. It continues on a daily basis if you follow the planning applications in the area. We are often asked by members about what to do if they object to a planning application. This can be of great importance to them, their families and neighbours.

The Belgravia Society recognises that it can be very difficult when you find that there is a planning application relating to the property near you or next door. You may simply feel that an application for some development in the area is not appropriate for a variety of reasons. You want to oppose it and are not really sure how or what are the legal reasons are for a valid objection.

 It can be very worrying time and the Belgravia Society has prepared a note as to how to make objections to planning applications. Remember planning law is very complicated and this Guide is not a substitute to taking professional advice.

 This Guide is available to members only and you should email info@BelgraviaSociety.org  for a copy