The planning officer dealing with the case will take account of what you’ve said together with all other relevant comments, policies and other relevant planning matters. The Planning Service does not have the resources to enter into a dialogue about the merits or otherwise of an application. This will be dealt with in the officer’s report.
Most decisions are made by officers under delegated powers. A report will be placed on file summarising the decision made and the reasons for it and a decision notice will be sent to the applicant. If the decision is made by the Planning Committee, a public report will be prepared for their meeting where Councillors on the Committee will consider and decide the application. The report will include a summary of the comments received. In either case, you can have a look at the application file to see what was decided and what were the relevant planning matters in reaching that decision.