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The Infrastructure Planning (Changes to, and Revocation of, Development Consent Orders) Regulations 2011

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. PART 1

    1. 3.General

    2. 4.Application

    3. 5.Fee for application

    4. 6.Publicising the application

    5. 7.Duty to consult

    6. 8.Notification of decision

  5. PART 2 the Act

    1. 9.General

    2. 10.Duty to consult

    3. 11.Timetable for consultation under regulation 10

    4. 12.Duty to notify appropriate authority of proposed application

    5. 13.Duty to consult local community

    6. 14.Publicising a proposed application

    7. 15.Duty to take account of responses to consultation and publicity

    8. 16.Applications – general

    9. 17.EIA development

    10. 18.Fees for applications

    11. 19.Notice of an application

    12. 20.Publicising an application

    13. 21.Notice of person interested in land to which compulsory acquisition request relates

    14. 22.Appointment of the Examining body

    15. 23.Additional appointments to the Examining body

    16. 24.Replacement of the Commissioner appointed to be the chair of the Examining body

    17. 25.Membership of Examining body where application relates to land in Wales

    18. 26.Functions of the Examining body

    19. 27.Initial assessment of issues

    20. 28.Preliminary meeting and other meetings

    21. 29.Procedural decisions

    22. 30.Timetable

    23. 31.Written representations

    24. 32.Relevant representation

    25. 33.Hearings about specific issues

    26. 34.Compulsory acquisition hearings

    27. 35.Open-floor hearings

    28. 36.Notification of hearings

    29. 37.Procedure at hearings

    30. 38.Hearings: general provisions

    31. 39.Hearings: disruption and supervision

    32. 40.Representations not made orally may be made in writing

    33. 41.Site inspections

    34. 42.Completion of examination

    35. 43.Procedure after completion of examination

    36. 44.Further information

    37. 45.Additional copies

    38. 46.Availability and inspection of representations and documents

    39. 47.Making the decision

    40. 48.Decision-making by the Examining body

    41. 49.Timetable for decisions

    42. 50.Notification of decisions

    43. 51.Notice of authorisation of compulsory acquisition

    44. 52.Statement of reasons

    45. 53.Effect of decision

  6. PART 3 the Act

    1. 54.General

    2. 55.Notice

    3. 56.Publicising a proposed order

    4. 57.Notification of decisions

    5. 58.Statement of reasons

    6. 59.Effect of decision

  7. PART 4 the Act

    1. 60.Interpretation

    2. 61.Claim for compensation

    3. 62.Assessment of compensation

    4. 63.Apportionment of compensation for depreciation

    5. 64.Registration of compensation for depreciation

    6. 65.General provisions as to compensation for depreciation

    7. 66.Compensation for statutory undertakers

  8. PART 5

    1. 67.Closed evidence

    2. 68.Form and service of notices etc.

    3. 69.Allowing further time

    4. 70.Amendment to the Infrastructure Planning (Compulsory Acquisition) Regulations 2010

    5. 71.Review

  9. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Consultation and notification

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Fees

      1. 1.Interpretation

      2. 2.Fee to accompany an application

      3. 3.Pre-examination fee

      4. 4.Fee in respect of the handling of an application

      5. 5.Initial payment in respect of the handling of an application

      6. 6.Final payment in respect of the handling of an application

      7. 7.Fee in respect of venue costs

  10. Explanatory Note

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