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Dear Planning Inspectorate,

Please can you provide me with a up-to-date list of all planning appeals decided or otherwise dating back to 6 April 2010 to present day, relating to the following use classes:

C3(b): those living together as a single household and receiving care, and
C3(c): those living together as a single household who do not fall within the C4 definition of a house in multiple occupation.
Class C4: Small Houses in multiple occupation
sui generis Houses in multiple occupation

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Anthony Foster

PINS FOI Requests, Planning Inspectorate

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within 20 working days.  If we need any further information from you, or
can't meet this deadline, then we will contact you to let you know.
Yours faithfully
Customer Quality Team
The Planning Inspectorate
Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6PN 
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Palmer, Bob, Planning Inspectorate

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Dear Mr Foster

 

Thank you for your e-mail requesting information from the Planning
Inspectorate, which has been passed to me for reply. 

 

I am afraid our records are not categorised in a format which allows the
automatic identification of decisions relating to use classes.
Accordingly, a requirement to manually review the information we hold on
each case for which we hold records for the last five years (we do not
hold records going back to 2010) would be an exercise in excess of the
appropriate limit stipulated in the Freedom of Information Act (£600 or 24
hours work) or considered manifestly unreasonable in respect of the
Environmental Information Regulations 2004.

 

That said, you may be aware that we now publish appeals data on our
website [1]Planning Inspectorate - Appeals Data. This data covers the last
five years of decided appeals, and is updated every quarter on a rolling
basis (approximately six weeks after the end of the particular quarter in
the year). A search of the data can be conducted using key words
(alongside the data are explanations of what the fields mean and also
hints and tips for searching the data set). However, the process will be
dependent on the appellant having used the words against which the search
is made. The Appeals Casework Portal
([2]https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/) can be used to find decision
letters, once reference numbers are identified.

 

In the event you are unhappy with the outcome of your request for
information, or the way we handled your request, then you can ask for an
internal review.  Details of our review procedures and contact details for
the Information Commissioner’s Office are set out in the attached leaflet.

 

I hope this is helpful.

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

Bob Palmer

 

Customer Quality Team

Planning Inspectorate

3H Hawk Wing, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square,

Temple Quay, Bristol BS1 6PN

 

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Twitter: [4]@PINSgov

Email: [5][email address]

Tel.  0303 444 5469

 

This communication does not constitute legal advice
Please view our [6]Information Charter before sending information to the
Planning Inspectorate

 

 

 

 

 

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