When can I start my appeal?
You can start making your appeal If you are in one of the situations described in When/What you can appeal and:
Download the relevant form
You need the right form to match your situation. If you are not sure which situation you are in, check here.
The forms you need for your appeal are available to download here.
Download and save the form on your computer. It’s useful to set up a folder with all your documents in to help you keep track.
Fill in the form
You can do this online. Remember to keep saving what you have written.
Make sure that you have gathered all the documents the Tribunal wants. In most cases this will include:
If you don’t have copies of the Appendices, make contact with the Local Authority and ask them to send copies. However, if you are close to the deadline for submitting your appeal we suggest you submit your appeal and put a note on the form to explain that you have requested copies of the Appendices from the Local Authority but have not yet received them.
Submit the form
This can be done online, or you can print the form out and post it.
Online is easier and quicker, but:
If submitting your form by post, print out the form and send it together with copies of all the documents listed on the Checklist at the end of the Appeal Form. We advise sending the package by either Recorded or Guaranteed Delivery so that you have a receipt of when your application was sent, and can track when it was received by the Tribunal.