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The Infrastructure Planning (Examination Procedure) Rules 2010

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and application

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Relevant representations, etc.

  5. 4.Notice of appointment of a Panel or a single Commissioner

  6. 5.Initial assessment of issues

  7. 6.Notice of preliminary and other meetings

  8. 7.Preliminary meeting

  9. 8.Timetable

  10. 9.Notice of procedural decisions

  11. 10.Written representations

  12. 11.Appointment of assessor

  13. 12.Appointment of barrister, solicitor or advocate

  14. 13.Notification of hearings

  15. 14.Procedure at hearings

  16. 15.Hearings

  17. 16.Site inspections

  18. 17.Further information

  19. 18.Additional copies

  20. 19.Procedure after completion of examination

  21. 20.Procedure following quashing of decision

  22. 21.Availability and inspection of representations and documents

  23. 22.Form and service of notices etc.

  24. 23.Allowing further time

  25. 24.Closed evidence not to be disclosed

  26. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Provisions in respect of a request for a direction and the examination of closed evidence

      1. PART 1 Interpretation

        1. 1.In this Schedule— “application” means an application for development consent...

      2. PART 2 Request for a direction

        1. 2.Acknowledgement of request for a direction

        2. 3.Publicity

        3. 4.Notice of decision in respect of request for a direction

      3. PART 3 Examination of closed evidence

        1. 5.Functions of appointed representative

        2. 6.Pre-hearing meeting

        3. 7.Notice of hearing

        4. 8.Hearing procedure

        5. 9.Appointment of an examiner

        6. 10.Procedure after a hearing

        7. 11.Further time

        8. 12.Site inspections

        9. 13.Procedure after completion of examination

        10. 14.Reasons for decision to grant or refuse development consent

        11. 15.Procedure following quashing of decision

  27. Explanatory Note

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