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2. (1) The principal Regulations are amended in accordance with paragraphs (2) to (6).
(2) In regulation 12—
(a)in paragraph (5)(b) for “£145” substitute “£160”; and
(b)in paragraph (6) for “£290 for each dwellinghouse, subject to a maximum of £14,500” substitute “£319 for each dwellinghouse, subject to a maximum of £15,950”.
(3) In regulation 13(1) for “£55” substitute “£61”.
(4) In regulation 14(2) for “£145” substitute “£160”.
(5) In the Schedule to the principal Regulations (fees in respect of applications and deemed applications for planning permission or for approval, consent or agreement required by a condition imposed on a grant of planning permission in principle)—
(a)for paragraph 2 substitute—
“2. Subject to paragraphs 3 to 10, the fee payable under regulation 3 or regulation 10 for a category of development is to be calculated in accordance with the appropriate entry specified in column 2 of the Table and paragraphs 11 to 14.”;
(b)in paragraphs 4(1), 5(2) and 5(3)(b) for “£290” substitute “£319”;
(c)in paragraphs 6 and 7(b) for “£145” substitute “£160”;
(d)in paragraph 10A for “8A” substitute “9”;
(e)in paragraph 12(4) for “12” substitute “13”; and
(f)in paragraph 14 for—
(i)“£290” substitute “£319”; and
(ii)“£6000” to the end of the paragraph substitute “£7,975”.
(6) For the Table (and the heading thereto) contained in Part III (scales of fees etc) of the Schedule to the principal Regulations substitute the Table (and the heading) contained in the Schedule to these Regulations.
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