When the inspector has made his or her decision, a letter is sent to the planning applicant, indicating whether their appeal has been
The inspector's letter usually includes findings in all the areas that the inspector considered important.
It is written in such a way as to try to avoid legal challenges, which means it may not read like plain English.
In many cases, the result of appeal is not absolutely conclusive.
So when you learn of the inspector's decision, contact your local authority to find out its response to the inspector's decision and to see if anything has happened concerning the development proposed and the site since the appeal.