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Appeal decisions

Appeals are usually considered by an Inspector appointed by the National Assembly for Wales - although in some cases the appeal decision will be made by a Minister.

Any appeal decision can be challenged.   However, any challenge can only be made on legal grounds.  For such an appeal to be successful it needs to be shown that:

The Inspector, or the Assembly, had gone beyond their powers,  or that the proper procedures were not followed and your interests were damaged by the decision.

To lodge an appeal you must apply to the High Court within six weeks of the date of the appeal decision.