[(1) If the Mayor of London has—
(a) given a direction under section 2A in relation to an application (“the original application”), and
(b) granted outline planning permission,
he may, on an application for subsequent approval of reserved matters, direct that the application is to be decided by the local planning authority to whom the original application was made [or to whom the original application would have been made had it not been made to the Secretary of State under section 62A].
(2) “Outline planning permission” has the meaning given by section 92(1).
(3) If the Mayor of London has—
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