Certain provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act 19901 are applied in relation to land acquired by the Secretary of State2, the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')3, a relevant airport operator4 or an air traffic services licence holder5, so as to allow them or anyone acting on their behalf to use the land for any purpose for which they acquired it and in any manner, whether or not involving the erection of buildings or the carrying out of work, even though the land or part of it consists of consecrated land or a burial ground, and notwithstanding any obligation
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