Where the value of the interest1 of any person in land2 is depreciated in consequence of the coming into operation of an access order3, the local planning authority4 must pay compensation to that person equal in amount to the depreciation5. However, compensation is not payable for depreciation of an interest in land being land which is not comprised in the access order, or if so comprised is excepted land6, unless that land is held with land comprised in the order which is not excepted land7, or unless the omission of any other person to exclude the public from the
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