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The Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Undetermined Reviews of Old Mineral Permissions) (Wales) Regulations 2009

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Environmental statements: publicity requirements

20.—(1) The applicant or appellant must publish in a local newspaper circulating in the locality in which the land is situated a notice stating–

(a)the name of the person who has applied for or who has appealed in relation to the determination of the conditions to which the planning permission is to be subject, the relevant provisions of the 1991 or 1995 Act pursuant to which the application is made and the name and address of the relevant mineral planning authority;

(b)the date on which the application was made and, if it be the case, that it has been referred to the Welsh Ministers for determination or is the subject of an appeal to them;

(c)the address or location and the nature of the proposed development;

(d)that a copy of the application and of any plan and other documents submitted with it together with a copy of the environmental statement may be inspected by members of the public at all reasonable hours;

(e)an address in the locality in which the land is situated at which those documents may be inspected, and the latest date on which they will be available for inspection (being a date not less than 21 days later than the date on which the notice is published);

(f)an address (whether or not the same as that given under sub-paragraph (e)) in the locality in which the land is situated at which copies of the statement may be obtained;

(g)that copies may be obtained there so long as stocks last;

(h)if a charge is to be made for a copy, the amount of the charge;

(i)if further information or evidence has been the subject of a written notification given under regulation 28(8), that a copy of that information or evidence may be inspected by members of the public at all reasonable hours;

(j)if other relevant information has been the subject of publicity under regulation 37, that a copy of that other relevant information may be inspected by members of the public at all reasonable hours;

(k)an address in the locality in which the land is situated at which copies of any information or evidence mentioned in sub-paragraphs (i) and (j) may be inspected;

(l)that any person wishing to make representations about the application should make them in writing to the relevant mineral planning authority or the Welsh Ministers (as the case may be), before the expiration of 21 days from the date of the notice ; and

(m)the address to which representations should be sent.

(2) Where the applicant or appellant has been notified of any particular person who is or is likely to be affected by, or have an interest in the application, the applicant or appellant must serve on every person of whom the applicant has been so notified, a notice; and the notice must contain the information specified in paragraph (1), except that the date specified as the latest date on which the documents will be available for inspection must not be less than 21 days later than the date on which the notice is first served.

(3) The applicant or appellant must, unless the applicant or appellant has not, and was not reasonably able to acquire, such rights as would enable the applicant or appellant to do so, post on the land a notice containing the information specified in paragraph (1), except that the date named as the latest date on which the documents will be available for inspection must be not less than 21 days later than the date on which the notice is first posted.

(4) The notice mentioned in paragraph (3) must–

(a)be left in position for not less than seven days in the 28 days immediately preceding the date on which the certificate required pursuant to regulation 21(2)(b) is submitted; and

(b)be affixed firmly to some object on the land and sited and displayed in such a way as to be easily visible to, and readable by, members of the public without going on to the land.

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