Decision maker cannot appeal own decision
While any decision of the Board can be appealed, it is not open to a decision maker to refer their own decision to the Committee.
It is for the applicant, in conjunction with their solicitor, to decide whether or not to seek a review or appeal of a decision affecting them. A decision maker at first instance is expected to make a decision as if they were the final arbiter and not to take into account the fact that a review/appeal option exists. To do so otherwise is to abdicate the responsibility for making the decision in the first instance.