[(1) At any time before a local development order is adopted by a local planning authority [in Wales,] the appropriate authority may direct that the order (or any part of it) is submitted to it for its approval.
(2) If the appropriate authority gives a direction under subsection (1)—
(a) the authority must not take any step in connection with the adoption of the order until the appropriate authority gives its decision;
(b) the order has no effect unless it (or, if the direction relates to only part of an order, the part) has been approved by the appropria
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