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21. Before submitting an order proposal to the local planning authority, a qualifying body must—
(a)publicise, in a manner that is likely to bring it to the attention of people who live, work or carry on business in the neighbourhood area—
(i)details of the proposals for a neighbourhood development order or community right to build order;
(ii)details of where and when the proposals may be inspected;
(iii)details of how to make representations; and
(iv)the date by which those representations must be received, being not less than 6 weeks from the date on which details of the proposals are first publicised;
(i)any consultation body referred to in paragraph 2(1)(a) to (c) of Schedule 1 whose interests the qualifying body considers may be affected by the proposals for a neighbourhood development order or a community right to build order; and
(ii)where the qualifying body considers the development to be authorised under the proposed neighbourhood development order or community right to build order which falls within any category set out in the Table in paragraph 2 of Schedule 1, any consultation body mentioned in the Table in relation to each of those categories; and
(iii)any person who, on the date 21 days before the order proposal is submitted under regulation 22, the qualifying body considers to be—
(aa)an owner of any of the land which is proposed to be developed under the order proposal; and
(bb)a tenant of any of that land; and
(c)send a copy of the proposals for a neighbourhood development order or a community right to build order to the local planning authority.
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