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The Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2011

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39.—(1) Where an authority receive a copy of a statement or further information by virtue of regulation 37(a) or any other information they shall publish by local advertisement a notice stating—

(a)the name of the appellant and that the enforcement notice has been appealed to the Secretary of State;

(b)the address or location of the land to which the notice relates and the nature of the development;

(c)sufficient information to enable any planning permission for the development to be identified;

(d)that a copy of the statement, further information or any other information and of any planning permission may be inspected by members of the public at all reasonable hours;

(e)an address in the locality in which the land is situated at which the statement or further information or any other information may be inspected, and the latest date on which it will be available for inspection (being a date not less than 21 days later than the date on which the notice is published);

(f)that any person wishing to make representations about any matter dealt with in the statement or further information or any other information should make them in writing, no later than 14 days after the date named in accordance with sub-paragraph (e), to the Secretary of State; and

(g)the address to which any such representations should be sent.

(2) The authority shall as soon as practicable after publication of a notice in accordance with paragraph (1) send to the Secretary of State a copy of the notice certified by or on behalf of the authority as having been published by local advertisement on a date specified in the certificate.

(3) Neither the Secretary of State receiving a certificate under paragraph (2) nor an inspector shall determine the deemed application or the ground (a) appeal in respect of the development to which the certificate relates until the expiry of 14 days from the date stated in the published notice as the last date on which the statement or further information was available for inspection.

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