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27.—(1) The classes of development prescribed for the purposes of section 38A(1) of the Act are developments within the categories of–
(a)national developments; and
(b)major developments which are significantly contrary to the local development plan.
(2) The persons who submit representations to the planning authority in respect of the application in accordance with these Regulations are prescribed for the purposes of section 38A(1) of the Act as persons to whom the planning authority are to give an opportunity of appearing before and being heard by a committee of the authority.
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