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After section 2E of TCPA 1990 (which is inserted by section 32 of this Act) insert—
(1)This section applies to—
(a)an application in relation to which a direction has been given under section 2A, and
(b)an application which is a connected application for the purposes of section 2B.
(2)Before determining an application to which this section applies, the Mayor of London must give—
(a)the applicant, and
(b)the local planning authority to whom the application was made,
an opportunity to make oral representations at a hearing (“a representation hearing”).
(3)The Mayor of London must prepare and publish a document setting out—
(a)the persons, in addition to the applicant and the local planning authority, who may make oral representations at a representation hearing,
(b)the procedures to be followed at a representation hearing,
(c)arrangements for identifying information which must be agreed by persons making oral representations at a representation hearing.
(4)Each person who may make oral representations at a representation hearing must be given at least 14 days' notice of the hearing.
(5)The Secretary of State must by order make provision for Part 5A of the Local Government Act 1972 (public admission to meetings of principal councils, public access to documents, etc) to apply to—
(a)a representation hearing as it applies to a meeting of a principal council, and
(b)the Mayor of London in the conduct of a representation hearing as it applies to a principal council in the conduct of a meeting of that council.
(6)The application of Part 5A may be with such modifications as the Secretary of State considers necessary or expedient.”.
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