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All SDT decisions are subject to a right of appeal to the Administrative Court. The time limit for lodging an appeal is 21 days from when the Tribunal’s written Judgment is provided to the parties.

Please refer to the Tribunal’s Guidance Note on Appeals for further information about bringing an appeal before the Tribunal

When making an Appeal to the Administrative Court

  1. You must tell the Chair of the Tribunal from whose decision the appeal is brought that you are appealing against the decision (see Civil Procedure Rules Rule 52 and Practice Direction 52D, paragraph 3.4).
  2. You must send your Appellant’s notice marked for the attention of the Chair of the Tribunal who heard your case to the SDT by email to

For further information on how to appeal please contact the Administrative Court Office, The Royal Courts of Justice – 0207 947 6000.

Types of Appeals

Please select an option from the list below for further details.


Frequently asked questions relating to appeals.