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If a developer's development is deemed unlawful, there are a few options that they can consider

One option is to apply for retrospective planning permission, which allows the developer to apply for planning permission for a development that has already been completed. This can be a good option if the development is relatively minor and meets the local planning authority's policies and guidelines.

Another option is to appeal the decision if the developer feels that the development was wrongly deemed unlawful. This can be done through the planning appeal process, which allows the developer to present their case to an independent planning inspector who will review the decision and make a recommendation.

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