General procedures in making the application

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The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 limits the ability of developers to 'twin track' planning applications. 'Twin tracking' is done mainly where the applicant expects an application might be refused or not determined by the LPA within the eight-week determination period. The applicant would then be able to appeal...

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