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The Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2017

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Amendment of regulation 32

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8.  After regulation 32 (joint local plans or supplementary planning documents: corresponding documents) insert—

Joint local plans prepared under direction by the Secretary of State: corresponding documents and corresponding joint development plan documents

32A.(1) The period prescribed for the purpose of section 28C(6) of the Act is 3 months starting with the day on which the direction given under section 28A of the Act is withdrawn or modified by the Secretary of State in accordance with section 28C(3) of the Act.

(2) A corresponding document for the purposes of section 28C(7) of the Act is a document prepared by a local planning authority which—

(a)does not relate to any part of the area of any other local planning authority to which the original joint local plan related; and

(b)with respect to the area of the local planning authority which prepared it, has substantially the same effect as the original joint local plan.

(3) A corresponding joint development plan document for the purposes of section 28C(7) of the Act is a document prepared by two or more local planning authorities which—

(a)does not relate to any part of the area of any other local planning authority to which the original joint local plan related; and

(b)with respect to the areas of the local planning authorities which prepared it, has substantially the same effect as the original joint local plan.

(4) In this regulation “original joint local plan” means a joint local plan prepared pursuant to a direction given by the Secretary of State under section 28A of the Act.

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