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The Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2008

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19.—(1) In the case of a minerals application the planning authority are to give notice of the application by affixing a notice to objects situated in such places in their district (not exceeding 5 in number).

(2) Notice under paragraph (1) is–

(a)to be displayed so as to be easily visible to and legible by members of the public;

(b)to be left in position for not less than 7 days;

(c)to state that an application for planning permission has been made to the planning authority and give a brief description of the proposed development and its location; and

(d)to provide information regarding both when and where a copy of the application, plans and other documents submitted may be inspected and how and within which period (being no less than a period of 14 days beginning with the date of the notice) representations may be made on the application to the planning authority.

(3) The planning authority shall not be treated as having failed to satisfy the requirements of paragraph (1), if the notice is, without any fault or intention of the planning authority, removed, obscured or defaced before the period of 7 days has elapsed, if the planning authority have taken reasonable steps for its protection and, if need be, replacement.

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