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Right to have buidling appeals heard removed


Changes to legislation due to come into force on December 1, 2011 will remove the automatic right to be heard in appeal cases and applications called-in for determination by Scottish Ministers in relation to listed building and conservation area consent cases. The default duration of such consents will also be reduced from 5 years to 3 years.  These changes are part of the wider commencement of provisions in the 2011 Act. The current procedures will continue to apply to appeals made and applications called-in before 1 December.

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