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The Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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Application for multi-stage consent – simplified planning scheme, enterprise zone scheme and ROMP condition

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31.—(1) Regulation 28 applies to an application for multi-stage consent which relates to—

(a)planning permission granted by the adoption or approval of a simplified planning scheme or by an enterprise zone scheme with the omission from paragraphs (1)(c) and (2)(c) of “either the application for planning permission or”; and

(b)a ROMP condition as if the references in paragraphs (1)(c) and (2)(c) to the application for planning permission are references to the ROMP application.

(2) Regulation 29 applies to an application for multi-stage consent which relates to—

(a)planning permission granted by the adoption or approval of a simplified planning scheme or by an enterprise zone scheme with the omission in paragraph (2) of “either the application for planning permission or”; and

(b)a ROMP condition as if the first reference in paragraph (2) to the application for planning permission is a reference to the ROMP application.

(3) Where the application for multi-stage consent relates to planning permission granted by the adoption or approval of a simplified planning scheme or by an enterprise zone scheme, the reference in regulation 30(2)(c) to the relevant planning permission is to be read as a reference to the simplified planning zone scheme or enterprise zone scheme, as the case may be.

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