An Inspector’s jurisdiction under section 195 of the Town and Country Planning Act: Re-consideration or merely review?
An aggrieved individual who is refused a certificate under either section 191 or 192 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 may appeal to (in England) the Secretary of State or (in Wales) to the Welsh Ministers: in practice such appeals are heard by an Inspector.
The Inspector’s jurisdiction derives from s195 of the Act 1990:
Elzabeth Marshall writes on recent changes to Employment Tribunal procedure and practice
RECENT CHANGES TO EMPLOYMENT TRIBUNAL PROCEDURE AND PRACTICE by ELIZABETH MARSHALL
Between April and June 2020, single claim Employment Tribunal (ET) receipts increased by 18%, whilst disposals dropped by 21% (when compared to the same period in 2019). The outstanding caseload for such claims rose by 31%. Whilst receipts and disposals fell for multiple cases (when compared to the same period in 2019) the outstanding caseload for such claims rose by 6%.
Tribunal Statistics Quarterly, Ministry of Justice, published 29 September 2020