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The Town and Country Planning (Local Development) (England) Regulations 2004

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 GENERAL

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and application

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Scope of Regulations

    4. 4.Electronic communications

  3. PART 2 SURVEY OF AREA

    1. 5.Survey of area: county councils

  4. PART 3 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES AND DOCUMENTS WHICH MUST BE DEVELOPMENT PLAN DOCUMENTS

    1. 6.Documents to be specified in local development schemes as local development documents

    2. 7.Documents which must be development plan documents

    3. 8.Additional matters to be specified in local development schemes and revisions of such schemes

    4. 9.Other requirements for the preparation of local development schemes

    5. 10.Submission of local development schemes to the Secretary of State

    6. 11.Bringing local development schemes and revisions of such schemes into effect

    7. 12.Availability of a local development scheme

  5. PART 4 FORM AND CONTENT OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT DOCUMENTS AND REGARD TO BE HAD TO CERTAIN MATTERS

    1. 13.Form and content of local development documents: general

    2. 14.Form and content of local development documents: specific

    3. 15.Local development documents: additional matters to which regard to be had

  6. PART 5 SUPPLEMENTARY PLANNING DOCUMENTS

    1. 16.Application and interpretation of Part 5

    2. 17.Public participation

    3. 18.Representations on supplementary planning documents

    4. 19.Adoption of supplementary planning documents

    5. 20.Withdrawal of a supplementary planning document

    6. 21.Revocation of a supplementary planning document

    7. 22.Direction not to adopt a supplementary planning document

    8. 23.Direction to modify a supplementary planning document

  7. PART 6 DEVELOPMENT PLAN DOCUMENTS

    1. 24.Application and interpretation of Part 6

    2. 25.Pre-submission consultation

    3. 26.Pre-submission public participation

    4. 27.Representations on proposals for a development plan document

    5. 28.Submission of documents and information to the Secretary of State

    6. 29.Representations on development plan documents

    7. 30.Conformity with regional strategy

    8. 31.Handling of representations: general

    9. 32.Handling of representations: site allocation representations

    10. 33.Representations on a site allocation representation

    11. 34.Independent examination

    12. 35.Publication of the recommendations of the person appointed

    13. 36.Adoption of a development plan document

    14. 37.Withdrawal of a development plan document

    15. 38.Direction not to adopt a development plan document

    16. 39.Direction to modify a development plan document

    17. 40.Section 21(4) directions (call-in): supplementary

    18. 41.Changes proposed by the Secretary of State to development plan documents (call-in)

    19. 42.Representations on proposed changes (call-in)

    20. 43.Publication of the recommendations of the person appointed to carry out the independent examination (call-in)

    21. 44.Secretary of State’s decision after section 21(4) direction (call-in)

    22. 45.Secretary of State’s default power

  8. PART 7 CORRESPONDING DOCUMENTS AND CORRESPONDING SCHEMES

    1. 46.Joint local development documents: corresponding documents

    2. 47.Joint committees: corresponding documents and corresponding schemes

  9. PART 8 ANNUAL MONITORING REPORT

    1. 48.Annual monitoring report

  10. PART 9 AVAILABILITY OF DOCUMENTS

    1. 49.Availability of documents: general

    2. 50.Availability of adopted or approved local development documents

    3. 51.Copies of documents

  11. Signature

  12. Explanatory Note

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