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1After section 61D of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 insert—E+W+S+N.I.

Mayoral development ordersE+W+S+N.I.

61DAMayoral development orders

(1)The Mayor of London may by order (a Mayoral development order) grant planning permission for development specified in the order on one or more sites specified in the order.

(2)The site or sites must fall within—

(a)the area of a local planning authority in Greater London, or

(b)the areas of two or more local planning authorities in Greater London.

(3)The Secretary of State may by development order specify an area or class of development in respect of which a Mayoral development order must not be made.

61DBPermission granted by Mayoral development order

(1)Planning permission granted by a Mayoral development order may be granted—

(a)unconditionally, or

(b)subject to such conditions or limitations as are specified in the order.

(2)A condition imposed by a Mayoral development order may provide for the consent, agreement or approval to a matter specified in the condition to be given by one or more persons specified in the condition.

(3)A person specified in a condition must be the Mayor of London or a relevant local planning authority.

(4)The Secretary of State may by development order provide that, if the consent, agreement or approval of a person required by a condition imposed by a Mayoral development order is not given within a specified period, that consent, agreement or approval may be sought from a specified person.

(5)In subsection (4) “specified” means specified, or of a description specified, in the development order.

(6)The Secretary of State may by development order make provision for a person to apply for planning permission for the development of land without complying with a condition imposed on the grant of planning permission by a Mayoral development order.

(7)A development order under subsection (6) may, in particular make provision similar to that made by section 73, subject to such modifications as the Secretary of State thinks appropriate.

(8)So far as the context requires, in relation to—

(a)an application for the consent, agreement or approval of the Mayor of London to a matter specified in a condition imposed by a Mayoral development order, or

(b)the determination of such an application,

any reference in an enactment to a local planning authority (however expressed) includes a reference to the Mayor.

(9)For the purposes of this Act a local planning authority is a relevant local planning authority in relation to a Mayoral development order or proposed Mayoral development order if a site or part of a site to which the order or proposed order relates is within the authority's area.

61DCPreparation and making of Mayoral development order

(1)The Secretary of State may by development order make provision about the procedure for the preparation and making of a Mayoral development order.

(2)A development order under subsection (1) may in particular make provision about—

(a)notice, publicity and inspection by the public;

(b)consultation with and consideration of views of such persons and for such purposes as are specified in the order;

(c)the making and consideration of representations.

(3)A Mayoral development order may be made only in response to an application to the Mayor of London by each relevant local planning authority.

(4)A proposed Mayoral development order may be consulted on only with the consent of each relevant local planning authority.

(5)A Mayoral development order may not be made unless the order has been approved, in the form in which it is made, by each relevant local planning authority.

(6)If the Mayor of London makes a Mayoral development order, the Mayor must send a copy to the Secretary of State as soon as is reasonably practicable after the order is made.

61DDRevision or revocation of Mayoral development order

(1)The Mayor of London may at any time revise or revoke a Mayoral development order with the approval of each relevant local planning authority.

(2)The Mayor of London must revise a Mayoral development order if the Secretary of State directs the Mayor to do so (and the requirement for the approval of each relevant local planning authority does not apply in those circumstances).

(3)The Secretary of State may at any time revoke a Mayoral development order if the Secretary of State thinks it is expedient to do so.

(4)The power under subsection (3) is to be exercised by order made by the Secretary of State.

(5)If the Secretary of State revokes a Mayoral development order the Secretary of State must state the reasons for doing so.

(6)The Secretary of State may by development order make provision about—

(a)the steps to be taken by the Secretary of State before giving a direction or making an order under this section;

(b)the procedure for the revision or revocation of a Mayoral development order.

(7)A development order under subsection (6) may in particular make provision about—

(a)notice, publicity and inspection by the public;

(b)consultation with and consideration of views of such persons and for such purposes as are specified in the order;

(c)the making and consideration of representations.

61DEEffect of revision or revocation on incomplete development

(1)This section applies if planning permission for development granted by a Mayoral development order is withdrawn at a time when the development has been started but not completed.

(2)For this purpose planning permission for development granted by a Mayoral development order is withdrawn—

(a)if the order is revoked under section 61DD, or

(b)if the order is revised under that section so that it ceases to grant planning permission for the development or materially changes any condition or limitation to which the grant of permission is subject.

(3)The development may, despite the withdrawal of the permission, be completed, subject as follows.

(4)If the permission is withdrawn because the Mayoral development order is revoked by the Mayor of London, the Mayor may make a determination that subsection (3) is not to apply in relation to development specified in the determination.

(5)A determination under subsection (4) must be published in such manner as the Mayor of London thinks appropriate.

(6)If the permission is withdrawn because the Mayoral development order is revoked by an order made by the Secretary of State under section 61DD, the order under that section may provide that subsection (3) is not to apply in relation to development specified in that order.

(7)If the permission is withdrawn because the order is revised as mentioned in subsection (2)(b), the revised order may provide that subsection (3) is not to apply in relation to development specified in the order.

(8)The power under this section to include provision in an order under section 61DD or a Mayoral development order may be exercised differently for different purposes.

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I1Sch. 4 para. 1 partly in force; Sch. 4 para. 1 in force for specified purposes at Royal Assent, see s. 57(5)(d)

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