Planning applications are stressful, and when they result in a refusal it can be upsetting, disappointing and frustrating. If there doesn't appear that anything can be amended or revised, but a fundamental objection, there can be little choice but to appeal the decision.
In much the same way as acting as your agent for a planning application, I can handle the appeal on your behalf, dealing with both the administrative function of collecting the paperwork (plans, statements, any correspondence and the like) together with completing the appeal forms and the necessary planning policy statement / grounds of appeal.
Before rushing to make the decision to take your application to the Planning Inspectorate, it is work considering if your proposals can be revised in some way, which doesn’t necessarily mean reduced in size, then this too can lead to an acceptable form of development. Poorly presented drawings result in a development looking flat, bland and of poor design, it can simply be the case that the redrawing of detailed elevations and floor plans, accurately portraying the fenestration is enough to overcome the concerns of the planning officer. I will advise of this, as usually a resubmission to the local planning authority is a much quicker and efficient way to gain a planning permission.
However, assuming that there is no scope for revisions, the three different ways of making an appeal (depending greatly on the scale of the proposed development) are:
I can make an appeal on your behalf regardless of whether or not we have made the original planning application. If I was not the original agent, then it is important that you (or your previous agent) supplies me with copies of all correspondence, plans and documents from the application.