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How to Appeal the Authority's decision?

If you are not satisfied with the assessment made, you may request a review of your application. 

There are three principal grounds of appeal: 

1. That the qualifying distance from home to school has been incorrectly measured.

2. That the qualifying route is unavailable due to exceptional road safety hazards.

3. There may be other reasons why you feel your child should be treated as an exceptional case.


Please click on the circumstance which most suits your reason for appeal for further information including instructions on how to appeal:

1. I wish to appeal on the grounds that the distance from my home to school has been incorrectly measured.

2. I wish to appeal on the grounds that the qualifying route measured is unavailable due to exceptional road safety hazards.

3. I wish to appeal on the grounds that there are other reasons why I feel that my child should be treated as an exceptional case.

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