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

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Consultation by the planning authority

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25.—(1) Before determining an application for planning permission the planning authority must consult in accordance with this regulation and Schedule 5.

(2) Scottish Ministers may give a direction to any planning authority requiring that authority to consult with the authorities, persons or bodies named in that direction in any case or class of case specified in the direction before granting or determining any application for planning permission and the planning authority must enter into consultation accordingly.

(3) Where under this regulation and Schedule 5, a planning authority are required to consult with any authority, person or body as to any application, they are to give not less than 14 days' notice to such authority, person or body that such application is to be taken into consideration and must not determine the application until after the expiration of the period of such notice.

(4) Where any authority, person or body with which a planning authority are required to consult under this regulation and Schedule 5 (except under paragraph 4 of Schedule 5) consider that consultation with them is not required in respect of any case or class of case or in respect of development within any area or areas and so inform the planning authority in writing then the planning authority are not required to consult the authority, person or body in respect of any development coming within the case or class of case or within the area or areas specified.

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