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19. As soon as possible after deciding to make a neighbourhood development plan under section 38A(4) of the 2004 Act or refusing to make a plan under section 38A(6) of the 2004 Act, a local planning authority must—
(a)publish on their website and in such other manner as they consider is likely to bring the decision to the attention of people who live, work or carry on business in the neighbourhood area—
(i)a statement setting out the decision and their reasons for making that decision (“the decision statement”);
(ii)details of where and when the decision statement may be inspected; and
(b)send a copy of the decision statement to—
(i)the qualifying body; and
(ii)any person who asked to be notified of the decision.
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