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Will the inspector publish her report when it is submitted to the Secretary of State?
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At the close of the recommendation stage of the Planning Act 2008 (as amended) process the Examining Authority's report will be issued to the relevant Secretary of State only. In this instance the relevant Secretary of State is the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
As the Examining Authority?s examination of the application came to a close on 12 March 2014, the Examining Authority?s recommendation report is due to be submitted to the relevant Secretary of State on 12 June 2014. The Secretary of State then has a further 3 months to make the decision on whether to grant or refuse development consent.
The Secretary of State can either grant development consent, grant development consent with conditions (known as requirements), or refuse development consent. If the decision is to grant development consent, there is a six week period for legal challenge, which runs from the date of the publication of the Order (or the statement of reasons if published later). If the decision is to refuse to make the Order, then the six week period for legal challenge runs from the date of publication of the statement
All interested parties will automatically be notified of the Secretary of State?s decision. At that stage you will be able to view the decision and reasons given for making it, and the Inspector?s recommendation, on the National Infrastructure pages of the Planning Portal website: