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9.—(1) This article applies in relation to an application made under section 96A(4) of the 1990 Act (power to make non-material changes to planning permission)(1).
(2) An application in relation to which this article applies must be made in writing to the local planning authority on a form published by the Secretary of State (or a form substantially to the like effect).
(3) At the same time as making an application in relation to which this article applies the applicant must give notice to any person (other than the applicant) who is an owner of the land to which the application relates or a tenant of an agricultural holding any part of which is comprised in the land to which the application relates, stating—
(a)what the application is for and where the person can view a copy of it; and
(b)that any representations about the application must be made to the local planning authority within 14 days of the date when the notice is given.
(4) Where notice is given under paragraph (3), the local planning authority must, in determining an application, take into account any representations made within 14 days beginning with the date when the notice was given.
(5) Where a local planning authority receive an application made in accordance with paragraph (2) they must give the applicant notice in writing of their decision on the application within 28 days of receipt of the application or such longer period as may be agreed in writing between the applicant and the authority.
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