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Regulations 2, 4(d) and 18
1. The kinds of information specified for the purposes of regulation 18 are—
(a)the person or body who will, in accordance with arrangements made by an authority, discharge their function of considering a placing request;
(b)whether the parent making the request will have an opportunity of presenting the parent’s case in support of the request orally or in writing to that person or body;
(c)the name, address and email address of the person whom a parent may contact for the purpose of obtaining any further information on procedure for consideration of that parent’s request;
(d)the circumstances, as set out in section 28A(3) of the 1980 Act, in which a placing request may be refused by the authority or, in the case of a child having additional support needs as set out in paragraph 3 (circumstances in which duty does not apply) of schedule 2 (children and young persons with additional support needs: placing requests) to the 2004 Act;
(e)any right of a parent to refer a decision of the authority refusing the placing request to an appeal committee;
(f)the circumstance where if the authority do not notify their decision on a placing request—
(i)in accordance with section 28A(4) of the 1980 Act, before any date or, as the case may be, within any period for the time being prescribed in regulations made under section 28A(5) of the 1980 Act; or
(ii)for a child having additional support needs, paragraphs 4 (placing request; further provision) and 6 (references to appeal committees: supplementary provisions) of schedule 2 to the 2004 Act,
the authority is deemed to have refused the placing request.
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