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Town and Country Planning (Enforcement) (Hearings Procedure) (Wales) Rules 2003 (S.I. No. 1268 of 2003).

Type of law

These Rules regulate the procedure to be followed for hearings in Wales caused by the National Assembly for Wales to be held before it, or an inspector, determines appeals made to it against enforcement notices, listed building and conservation area consent enforcement notices and non-determination of applications for a certificate of lawful use development on or after 1 June 2003. Rule 4 provides for the preliminary procedure to be followed, in particular the information to be provided by the local planning authority, on receipt by it of a notice that a hearing is to be held. Rule 5 provides which documents are to be sent to the National Assembly before a hearing and for the documents to be copied by him to the appellant, the local planning authority and the inspector. Rule 6 provides for the date of the hearing to be fixed and notified to the parties and rule 7 requires the National Assembly to notify persons entitled to take part in a hearing of the name of the inspector. Rule 8 provides for an inquiry to be held in place of the hearing.
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Entry into force notes
Entry into force on 1 June 2003.
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in force
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