Public inquiry and written representation

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Public inquiries into objections to compulsory purchase orders (CPOs) are similar to inquiries set up to consider planning appeals.  The inquiries are regulated by the Compulsory Purchase (Inquiries Procedure) Rules 2007, which are similar to those for planning inquiries. An important distinction between the two is that CPO rules are less strict...

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