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

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Register of applications for planning permission

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4.  The information to be contained in the Report is–

(a)a statement of the number of representations made in respect of the application and a summary of the main issues raised by such representations;

(b)details of the authorities and persons consulted by the planning authority in respect of the application and a summary of the responses made by such authorities or persons;

(c)where in respect of the proposed development–

(i)an environmental statement was submitted;

(ii)an appropriate assessment under the Conservation (Natural Habitats &c.) Regulations 1994(1) was carried out;

(iii)a design statement or a design and access statement was submitted; or

(iv)any report on the impact or potential impact of the proposed development (for example the retail impact, transport impact, noise impact or risk of flooding) which was submitted in connection with the application,

a summary of the main issues raised by such statement, assessment or report;

(d)a summary of the terms of any planning obligation entered into under section 75 in relation to the grant of planning permission for the proposed development;

(e)where a direction has been made by the Scottish Ministers under regulation 30, 31 or 32, details of such direction in respect of that decision; and

(f)details of the provisions of the development plan and any other material considerations (in addition to any to be included in the Report under above paragraphs) to which the planning authority had regard in determining the application.

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S.I. 1994/2716.

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