Building Control Regulations 1997

Board may dismiss appeal if vexatious etc.


37. The Board shall in the following circumstances have an absolute discretion to dismiss an appeal—

( a) where, having considered the grounds of appeal, the Board is of opinion that the appeal is vexatious, frivolous or without substance or foundation, or

( b) where, having regard to—

(i) the nature of the appeal (including any question which in the Board's opinion is raised by the appeal), and

(ii) any previous decision of a building control authority or the Board which in its opinion is relevant,

the Board is satisfied that in the particular circumstances the appeal should not be further considered by it.