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The Infrastructure Planning (Examination Procedure) Rules 2010

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21.—(1) Relevant representations, written representations or documents must be made available by the Commission to all interested parties and to anyone who requests an opportunity to inspect and take copies of them.

(2) A relevant representation, written representation or document shall be taken to be available where all interested parties are notified of—

(a)publication of the relevant document on a website;

(b)the address of the website;

(c)the place on the website where the representation or document may be accessed, and how it may be accessed;

(d)details of where and when copies of representations and documents may be inspected;

(e)details of where and when representations and documents may be copied; and

(f)whether a charge will be made for copies of any representation or document available for inspection and if so the amount of any charge.

(3) Where the applicant or an interested party is under an obligation to give to any person who so requests an opportunity to inspect and take copies of any representation or document, the opportunity shall be taken to have been given where that person is notified of—

(a)publication of the relevant representation or document on a website;

(b)the address of the website;

(c)the place on the website where the representation or document may be accessed, and how it may be accessed;

(d)details of where and when copies of the representation or document may be inspected;

(e)details of where and when any representation or document may be copied;

(f)whether a charge will be made for copies of any representation or document available for inspection and if so the amount of any charge.

(4) In this rule “document” means any notice, report or other document required or authorised to be sent or prepared under these Rules or under the 2008 Act

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