Any interested party may make representations to Daventry District Council before licence, certificate or permit is granted or before amendments is granted. If representations are made a hearing may be held to consider the application and the representations. We will make a notice detailing the reasons for any outcome. Interested parties who made representations will receive notice of a failed application.
An interested party is a person:
An interested party may request a review of licence, certificate or permit. We will give reasons for our response to the application in a notice.
An interested party may appeal if they argue that a licence, certificate or permit should not have been granted or that different or additional conditions or limits on activities should have been made. They may also appeal against any variation of a condition.
Appeals against the decision of a review can be made.
Appeals must be made to the local Magistrates' court within 21 days of the date we notified you of the decision.