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I have asked this question before and responded to answer but

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I have asked this question before and responded to answer but have not received reply to that response.
My question concerns the right to see permission for judicial review in respect of a planning approval.
I believe the time limit is now six weeks from the decision.
My question is when is a decision made that can be the subject of an application. Is it six weeks after the planning committee votes to approve an application or is it six weeks after the formal decision is issued. At the moment the decision is stated as "pending".
The court has said that I should send a copy of the decision with an application but at the moment this does not exist as there has only been an oral decision (by declaration of the vote result). As an alternative is the approval of the meeting minutes at which the vote was taken a "written decision"?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Property Law
Expert:  Ash replied 3 years ago.
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Alex Watts :

It is from the date that the decision was made public

Alex Watts :

But in any event JR is 3 months from date of decison

Alex Watts :

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