The developers who sought to create a 29-lot subdivision on 54 acres on the outskirts of Edgartown will appeal a recent Dukes County superior court ruling that upheld the Martha’s Vineyard Commision’s denial of the project.

Meeting House Way filed a notice of appeal in the Edgartown court on Monday. In a ruling issued late last month, the Hon. Paul Wilson sided with the MVC, which rejected the plan after reviewing it as a development of regional impact.

The actual appeal had not been filed with the court as of Wednesday. A Meeting House Way attorney did not immediately reply to a request for comment from the Gazette.

The subdivision plan was the subject of lengthy review by the MVC, which voted to deny the plan in 2020. The developers appealed, and a bench trial was held in the Edgartown courthouse last summer.