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The Town and Country Planning (Schemes of Delegation and Local Review Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2008

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7.—(1) A review of a case by virtue of section 43A(8) of the Act is to be conducted by a committee of the planning authority comprising at least three members of the authority (to be known as the “local review body”).

(2) Meetings of the local review body at which decisions–

(a)under regulation 13 relating to the manner in which the review is to be conducted; or

(b)as to how the case under review is to be determined,

are to be held in public.

(3) The date, time and place at which a meeting mentioned in paragraph (2) is to be held is to be determined (and may subsequently be varied) by the local review body.

(4) The local review body are to give to–

(a)the applicant; and

(b)any interested parties who made representations (which were not subsequently withdrawn) in connection with the application under regulation 10(4),

such notice of the date, time and place fixed for the holding of such meeting (and any subsequent variation thereof) as may appear to the local review body to be reasonable in the circumstances.

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