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17Register of planning applications etcE+W

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After section 69 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 insert—

69AThe register: additional requirements in relation to England

(1)A register kept under section 69 by a local planning authority in England must (in addition to the information prescribed under that section) also contain such information as is prescribed as to—

(a)prior approval applications made in connection with planning permission granted by a development order;

(b)the manner in which such applications have been dealt with by the authority;

(c)notifications of proposed development made in connection with planning permission granted by a development order;

(d)any actions taken by the authority following such notifications.

(2)A “prior approval application”, in connection with planning permission granted by a development order, means an application made to a local planning authority for—

(a)any approval of the authority required under the order, or

(b)a determination from the authority as to whether such approval is required.

(3)A “notification of proposed development”, in connection with planning permission granted by a development order, means a notification made to a local planning authority to meet a requirement under the order.

(4)The power in subsection (1)(b) to prescribe information as to the manner in which applications have been dealt with by a local planning authority includes power to prescribe information as to cases where the authority does not respond to an application.

(5)Where the register is kept in two or more parts, each part must contain such information as is prescribed relating to the matters mentioned in subsection (1)(a) and (c).

(6)A development order may also make provision—

(a)for a specified part of the register to contain copies of applications or notifications and of any documents or material submitted with them;

(b)for the entry relating to an application (and everything relating to it) to be removed from that part of the register when the application (including any appeal arising out of it) has been finally disposed of;

(c)for the entry relating to a notification (and everything relating to it) to be removed from that part of the register in such circumstances as may be prescribed.

(7)Provision under subsection (6)(b) or (c) does not prevent the inclusion of a different entry relating to the application or notification in another part of the register.

(8)Anything prescribed under this section must be prescribed by development order.

(9)A development order—

(a)may make different provision for different kinds of application or notification;

(b)may make provision which applies generally or only in relation to particular kinds of notification or application.

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