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Generally this is no formal right of appeal.
However what you can do is several things;
You can complain to your local Councillor. They are there to do your bidding and if you are unhappy with something, your local Councillor can represent you and make arguments.
You can write to the Chief Executive Office. They will manage and consider complaints by the public. That department will consider the matter independently and decide whether or not it should be upheld.
If it is not upheld then you can make a complaint to the Local Government Ombudsman. They offer a free, independent service and can be found at: www.lgo.org.uk
Finally you have an option of a Judicial Review. This is where a Judge sitting in the High Court looks at the decision to see whether it is one which is made legally and is reasonable.
The Judge can either agree with the decision or remit it back for further consideration.
You are unlikely to get legal aid for a Judicial Review as the rules have changed and you would need a Solicitor to prepare papers and a Barrister to represent you in the High Court. But if you win there then you could claim your costs
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