Normally, the local planning authority should come up with a determination on any planning application within just 60 days of getting the application form, however, if the local authority necessities additional information, or even the determination is appealed, it might take a lot longer.
Anybody can get a duplicate of your application, can create a drafted submission or question about it. The determination about your planning permission will likely be advised to you as well as anybody who left a comment about it.
When the local authority gives you planning permission, you’ll get a notice of intent to allow planning permission. When no one appeals this decision during 30 days from the date of the determination, you will receive permission granted.