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The process by which planning appeals are heard is central to a good understanding of how planning law works in practice. Good preparation and knowledge of procedure must inevitably form a key part of a practitioner's working knowledge of the subject. Important changes were introduced in 1996 by Circular 15/96 relating to Appeal Procedures. This practice text provides a thorough and comprehensive guide to the relevant law and procedure - taking Circular 15/96 into account throughout.