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The Infrastructure Planning (Changes to, and Revocation of, Development Consent Orders) Regulations 2011

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Regulations 10, 19 and 55

SCHEDULE 1E+W+SConsultation and notification

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Column 1; ConsulteeColumn 2; Circumstances when that person must be consulted about a proposed application.Column 3; Circumstances when that person must be notified about an application.
The Welsh MinistersAll proposed applications likely to affect land in WalesAll applications likely to affect land in Wales
The Scottish ExecutiveAll proposed applications likely to affect land in ScotlandAll applications likely to affect land in Scotland
The relevant Northern Ireland DepartmentAll proposed applications likely to affect land in Northern IrelandAll applications likely to affect land in Northern Ireland
The Health and Safety ExecutiveAll casesAll cases
[F1The National Health Service Commissioning Board and the relevant clinical commissioning group]All proposed applications likely to affect land in England and WalesAll applications likely to affect land in England
The relevant Health Board F2All proposed applications likely to affect land in ScotlandAll applications likely to affect land in Scotland
Natural England F3All proposed applications likely to affect land in EnglandAll applications likely to affect land in England
The Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for EnglandAll proposed applications likely to affect land in EnglandAll applications likely to affect land in England
The relevant fire and rescue authorityAll casesAll cases
The relevant [F4police and crime commissioner]All casesAll cases
The relevant parish council, or, where the application relates to land Wales or Scotland the relevant community councilAll casesAll cases
The Environment AgencyAll proposed applications likely to affect land in England F5...All applications likely to affect land in England F5...
The Scottish Environment Protection AgencyAll proposed applications likely to affect land in ScotlandAll applications likely to affect land in Scotland
F6. . .F6. . .F6. . .
F7. . .F7. . .F7. . .
[F8The Equality and Human Rights CommissionAll proposed applications likely to affect land in England and WalesAll applications likely to affect land in England and Wales]
[F9The Scottish Human Rights CommissionAll proposed applications likely to affect land in ScotlandAll applications likely to affect land in Scotland]
F10. . .F10. . .F10. . .
[F11relevant] AONB Conservation BoardsAll proposed applications likely to affect an AONB that is managed by a Conservation BoardAll applications likely to affect an AONB that is managed by a Conservation Board.
Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of WalesAll proposed applications likely to affect the historic environment in WalesAll applications likely to affect the historic environment in Wales
[F12The Natural Resources Body for Wales]All proposed applications likely to affect land in WalesAll applications likely to affect land in Wales
[F13The Homes and Communities Agency F14All proposed applications likely to have an effect on its areas of responsibilityAll applications likely to have an effect on its areas of responsibility]
The Joint Nature Conservation CommitteeAll proposed applications likely to affect the marine environmentAll applications likely to affect the marine environment.
F15. . .F15. . .F15. . .
Scottish Natural HeritageAll proposed applications likely to affect land in ScotlandAll applications likely to affect land in Scotland
The Maritime and Coastguard AgencyAll proposed applications likely to affect the maritime or coastal environment, or the shipping industryAll applications likely to affect the maritime or coastal environment, or the shipping industry.
The Civil Aviation AuthorityAll proposed applications relating to airports or which are likely to affect an airport or its current or future operationAll applications relating to airports or which are likely to affect an airport or its current or future operation
[F16The Secretary of State for Transport]All proposed applications likely to affect road or transport operation and/or planning on roads for which the Secretary of State for Transport is the highway authority.All applications likely to affect road or transport operation and/or planning on roads for which the Secretary of State for Transport is the highway authority.
Integrated Transport Authorities (ITAs) and Passenger Transport Executives (PTEs)All proposed applications likely to affect transport within, to or from the relevant integrated transport area of the ITA or PTEAll applications likely to affect transport within, to or from the relevant integrated transport area of the ITA or PTE
The relevant highway authorityAll proposed applications likely to have an impact on the road network or the volume of traffic in the vicinity of the proposalAll applications likely to have an impact on the road network or the volume of traffic in the vicinity of the proposal
[F17The relevant strategic highways company All proposed applications likely to affect road or transport operation and/or planning on roads for which the strategic highways company is the highway authority.All applications likely to affect road or transport operation and/or planning on roads for which the strategic highways company is the highway authority.]
Transport for LondonAll proposed applications likely to affect transport within, to or from Greater LondonAll applications likely to affect transport within, to or from Greater London
[F18Passenger FocusAll proposed applications likely to affect rail passenger transportAll applications likely to affect rail passenger transport]
[F19The Disabled Persons Transport Advisory CommitteeAll proposed applications likely to affect access to transport for disabled peopleAll applications likely to affect access to transport for disabled people]
The Coal AuthorityAll proposed applications that lie within areas of past, present or future coal miningAll applications that lie within areas of past, present or future coal mining.
[F20The [F21 Office of Rail and Road] and approved operators F22All proposed applications likely to affect the rail transport industryAll applications likely to affect the rail transport industry]
[F23The Gas and Electricity Markets AuthorityAll proposed applications likely to affect gas and electricity marketsAll applications likely to affect gas and electricity markets]
[F24The Water Services Regulation AuthorityAll proposed applications likely to affect the water industry in England and WalesAll applications likely to affect the water industry in England and Wales]
[F25The Water Industry Commission of ScotlandAll proposed applications likely to affect the water industry in ScotlandAll proposed applications likely to affect the water industry in Scotland]
[F26The relevant waste regulation authorityAll proposed applications likely to affect waste infrastructureAll applications likely to affect waste infrastructure]
The relevant internal drainage boardAll proposed applications likely to increase the risk of flooding in that area or where the proposals relate to an area known to be an area of flood riskAll applications likely to increase the risk of flooding in that area or where the proposals relate to an area know to be an area of flood risk
The British Waterways BoardAll proposed applications likely to have an impact on inland waterways or land adjacent to inland waterwaysAll applications likely to have an impact on inland waterways or land adjacent to inland waterways
Trinity House F27All proposed applications likely to affect navigation in tidal watersAll applications likely to affect navigation in tidal waters
[F28Public Health England, an executive agency of the Department of Health [F29and Social Care]]All proposed applications likely to involve chemicals, poisons or radiation which could potentially cause harm to people [F30and likely to affect significantly public health]All applications likely to involve chemicals, poisons or radiation which could potentially cause harm to people [F30and likely to affect significantly public health]
[F31The relevant local resilience forumAll casesAll cases]
Relevant statutory undertakersAll proposed applications likely to affect their functions as statutory undertakersAll applications likely to affect their functions as statutory undertakers
The Crown Estate CommissionersAll proposed applications likely to impact on the Crown EstateAll applications likely to impact on the Crown Estate
The Forestry CommissionAll proposed applications likely to affect the protection or expansion of forests and woodlands [F32in England F33...]All applications likely to affect the protection or expansion of forests and woodlands [F32in England F33...]
[F34The Natural Resources Body for Wales All proposed applications likely to affect the protection or expansion of forests and woodlands in WalesAll applications likely to affect the protection or expansion of forests and woodlands in Wales]
[F35The relevant local health board All proposed applications likely to affect land in WalesAll applications likely to affect land in Wales]
[F35The National Health Service Trusts All proposed applications likely to affect land in WalesAll applications likely to affect land in Wales]
[F36The Secretary of State for Defence All proposed applications likely to affect current or future operation of a site identified in a safeguarding map and all developments in the marine areaAll applications likely to affect current or future operation of a site identified in a safeguarding map and all developments in the marine area]

F22For the definition of “approved operators” see section 25 of the Planning Act 2008.

F27The Corporation of Trinity House of Deptford Strond.

[F37Note] [F37Notes] to Table

[F38(a)] “relevant”, in relation to a body, shall mean the body which has responsibility for the location where the development to which an application is sited [F39or has responsibility for an area which neighbours that location].

[F40(b)  “safeguarding map” has the meaning given in a direction made by the Secretary of State in exercise of the powers conferred by articles 16(4), 25(1), 29(6) and 39 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure)(England) Order 2010.]

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