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12.—(1) Every authority shall keep a register containing the following information with respect to orders made by that authority—
(a)details of every application under an order and of the authority’s decision (if any) in relation to each such application;
(b)a statement of the subject-matter of every appeal under an order and of the date and nature of the Secretary of State’s determination of it; and
(c)details of any conditions with respect to replanting attaching to any consent granted under regulation 17(1).
(2) Every register kept under this regulation shall be available for inspection by the public at all reasonable hours.
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