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The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010

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22.—(1) Two or more charging schedules may be examined as part of the same examination if the charging authorities who prepared the draft charging schedules all agree.

(2) Examination of a charging schedule may be carried out jointly with—

(a)an examination of a development plan document under section 20 of PCPA 2004 (independent examination); or

(b)an examination of a local development plan under section 64 of PCPA 2004 (independent examination).

(3) In relation to Greater London, examination of a charging schedule prepared by the Mayor may be carried out jointly with an examination in public of the spatial development strategy under section 338 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999(1) (examination in public).

(4) Where a joint examination is carried out under paragraph (3), any other charging schedule prepared by a London borough may be examined as part of the same examination.

(5) The charging authority and Secretary of State must agree to a joint examination under paragraph (2)(a) or (3).

(6) The charging authority and the Welsh Ministers must agree to a joint examination under paragraph (2)(b).

(7) A joint examination under paragraph (2) may only be carried out in relation to one or more charging schedules and one development plan document or one local development plan (as the case may be).

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1999 c. 29; section 338 was amended by paragraph 52 of Schedule 8 to the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (c. 15).

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