Physical Planning (Application for Development Permission) Regulations, 1998 (Cap. 286). | Land Portal

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These Regulations outline rules of procedure for the development of all land to which section 2 of the Physical Planning Act applies. All applications for development permissions shall be made on forms issued by the local authority or liaison committee and shall be in accompanied by a certificate of compliance in the form as set out in the Schedule to these Regulations (reg. 4). Before granting development permission, the local authorities or liaison committees shall consult with the authorities outlined in regulation 5. The local authority or liaison committee shall serve a notice on the applicant of its decisions in accordance with section 33 of the Act (reg. 9). The local authority or liaison committee shall keep a register of applications and decisions on applications in which all information specified in regulation 10 shall be registered. These registers shall be open for inspection by the public at the offices of local authorities or the secretary of the liaison committee (reg. 14) (14 regulations completed by 1 Schedule)

Implements: Physical Planning Act, 1996 (Cap. 286). (2007)

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