Appeals to the Ontario Municipal Board, or a Local Appeal Body if established by the municipality, can be made in three different ways:
- Any person or public body may appeal a consent-granting authority’s decision and any condition within 20 days of the notice of decision.
- The applicant may appeal if no decision is made by the consent-granting authority within 90 days from the date of receipt of the application containing the prescribed information.
- Any person or public body may appeal any changed conditions imposed by the consent-granting authority within 20 days after the notice of changed conditions has been given.
Appeals must be filed with the consent-granting authority, accompanied by reasons for the appeal and the fee required by the Ontario Municipal Board or Local Appeal Body.