All the more need for a rational, carefully structured checklist, therefore.
- List the facts, assemble the evidence. (Basic procedure for problem solving)
- Councillors may ask for applications to be called BUT (jsharris#8)
- The process in a nutshell (jsharris #2, read the whole thread)
- Cautionary Tale 1 (swisscheese and others, esp jsharris, whole thread)
- Cautionary Tale 2 (fubar and others , whole thread)
- Cautionary Tale 3 (Joe90 whole thread)
- Scottish Regulations differ to those in England (Prodave#13 and other threads)
- Dig out the NPPF read it, which paragraphs refer to your case?
- The value of an accurate drawing (temp#3, temp#59, woodgnome#61, wmacleod#62)
- Conservation Area? (temp#3)
- Other local decisions (AliG#5)
- Scale model (jsharris #6)
- Size matters, (footprint) but you need evidence (temp#10, joe90 #17)
- Micro-politics: architects - planners - county councillors - parish councillors - neighbours; strategy for dealing with each (many threads)
- Is needing to Appeal so bad? (Woodgnome#22, and Prodave#23, notnickclegg#24)
- Going to Committe or Going to Appeal (joiner #1, whole thread)
- Manage your Planning Consultant (Calvinmiddle#32)
- Check the fees situation in relation withdrawn applications (Joe90#45)
- What is a withdrawal? (Prodave#46 and #48)
- You may withdraw DURING a meeting: here's how (jsharris #3)
- Manage your emotions: don't show people how upset you are (RA#65, Sulz#12)
- What to say and how to say it (Rankine#1, whole thread)
- If you're worried about that, employ a professional to present for you.
- Going to Appeal needn't be as bad as it may sound (jsharris#2)
Edited by recoveringacademic, 11 February 2016 - 07:40 AM.
wrongly attributed reference (point 2)