The national park authority1 for a national park is the sole local planning authority for the area of the park, and accordingly functions conferred on a planning authority of any description2 are, in relation to the park, functions of the national park authority, and not of any other authority; and, consequently, so much of the area of any other authority as is included in the park is to be treated as excluded from any area for which that other authority is a planning authority of any description3. The national park authority becomes the sole local planning authority with respect
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