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Appeals Sub-Committee

This page lists the meetings for Appeals Sub-Committee.

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Information about Appeals Sub-Committee

The Appeals Sub-Committee meets when required to determine:

 

  • Appeals against refusal of applications for Home to School transport which do not fall within the Local Authority’s policy for provision of transport.

 

  • Housing Appeals for accommodation outside the Council’s approved policies on referral by Officers or by three Members of the Council.

 

  • Appeals under the statutory provisions relating to nurseries, playgroups, childminders and residential homes.

 

  • Appeals against refusal of application for Local Council Tax Discount.

 

  • Appeals in accordance with Section 17(3) of the Health & Social Services and Social Security Adjudication Act 1983.

 

  • Complaints about the School Curriculum and collective worship in accordance with Section 23 of the Education Reform Act 1988.

 

Appellants should note the following information:

 

  • Appeal forms must be received at least 15 working days before the date of an appeal. Appeals received after this deadline may not considered until the next scheduled date.

 

  • The agenda for an Appeals Sub-Committee will be published 5 clear working days before the date of the meeting. Appellants will be informed in writing of the date of their appeal.