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3. After regulation 78 (local development orders) insert—
78A. A neighbourhood development order may not grant planning permission for development which—
(a)is likely to have a significant effect on a European site or a European offshore marine site (either alone or in combination with other plans or projects); and
(b)is not directly connected with or necessary to the management of the site.”.
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