Where an order suspending public rights of way has been made1 the appropriate national authority2 must revoke it: (1) if no permitted activities3 have been carried on pursuant to the opencast planning permission4 on the land5 over which the right of way subsisted, and he is satisfied that there is no early prospect of such activities being so carried on6; or (2) as soon after such permitted activities have been so carried on as he is satisfied that it is no longer
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