—(1) Where an application for written permission under section 13 is —
refused by the competent authority;
granted by the competent authority subject to conditions; or
granted provisional permission under section 17 by the competent authority subject to conditions,
the applicant who is aggrieved by that decision may appeal to the Minister against that decision.
(2) An appeal shall be made in the form and manner prescribed and within 60 days of the date of the notification of the decision.
(3) Where an appeal is brought under this section against a decision of the competent authority, the Minister may dismiss or allow the appeal unconditionally or subject to such conditions as he considers fit.
(4) The decision of the Minister on an appeal shall be communicated to the competent authority and the applicant.
(5) Where the competent authority grants written permission in accordance with the decision of the Minister on appeal, the competent authority may, in addition to the conditions allowed by the Minister, impose such additional conditions as the competent authority thinks fit which shall not be inconsistent with the decision of the Minister on appeal.
(6) Any decision by the competent authority to impose additional conditions under subsection (5) may be appealed against under subsection (1) as if the conditions were imposed under section 14(4).
(7) The decision of the Minister shall be final and shall not be challenged or questioned in any court.