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(a)on an application for approval made to the Commission (including an application being dealt with by the Commission under section 10(2)), the Commission refuses to give its approval or gives approval subject to conditions, or
(b)on an appeal to the Commission under section 10(1), the Commission refuses to give its approval or refuses to reverse or vary conditions subject to which approval was given by the fabric advisory committee,
the Chapter may, by notice given within the prescribed period to the registrar of the province in which the cathedral church is situated, request that the decision of the Commission be reviewed by a Commission of Review constituted under this section.
(2)Where, on an application for approval made to the Commission (including an application being dealt with by the Commission under section 10(2) or on an appeal to the Commission under section 10(1)), the application or appeal is not determined by the Commission within the period of 3 months immediately following the end of the period prescribed for the purposes of section 9 or 10(1) or (2), as the case may be, the Chapter may, by notice given within the prescribed period to the registrar of the province in which the cathedral church is situated, request that the application or appeal be dealt with by a Commission of Review constituted under this section.
(3)A Commission of Review shall be constituted of—
(a)the Dean of the Arches and Auditor or a person appointed by him or her, being a person who is qualified under section 3(3) of the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure 1963 (1963 No. 1) to be appointed Dean of the Arches and Auditor;
(b)one person appointed by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, being a person who is or has been a dean, provost or residentiary canon of a cathedral church other than the cathedral church to which the application or appeal relates; and
(c)one person appointed by the Secretary of State, being a person who has special knowledge of the architecture, archaeology, art (including history of art) or history of cathedral churches;
but no person who has been a member of the Cathedrals Fabric Commission at any time during the preceding 5 years shall be appointed under paragraph (b) or (c).
(4)A Commission of Review, on reviewing a decision of the Cathedrals Fabric Commission, may reverse, confirm or vary that decision or any part of it.
(5)A Commission of Review, on dealing with an application for approval under subsection (2), shall, after considering any representations made to the Commission under section 9, determine whether to give its approval either unconditionally or subject to such conditions as it may specify, or whether to refuse to give its approval, and any such determination shall, subject to subsection (7), have effect as if it had been given by the Commission.
(6)A Commission of Review, on dealing with an appeal under subsection (2), may reverse, confirm or vary the decision of the fabric advisory committee or any part of it.
(7)The decision of a Commission of Review shall be final.
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