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5. A person who makes an appeal to the National Assembly under section 174(3) of the Planning Act or section 39(2) of the Listed Buildings Act against an enforcement notice must send to the National Assembly a statement in writing—
(a)specifying the grounds on which the appeal is bring brought; and
(b)setting out briefly the facts on which the appellant proposes to rely in support of each of those grounds,
and if such a statement is not included with the appeal, the appellant must send it to the National Assembly so that it is received by the National Assembly not later than 14 days from the date on which the National Assembly sends the appellant a notice requiring them to do so.
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