[(1) The local planning authority must keep a register containing such information as is prescribed as to—
(a) applications for planning permission;
[(aza) applications for permission in principle;]
[(aa) applications for non-material changes to planning permission under section 96A;]
(b) . . .
(c) local development orders;
[(cza) Mayoral development orders;]
[(ca) neighbourhood planning matters;]
(d) simplified planning zone schemes.
(2) The register must contain—
(a) information as to the manner in which applications mentioned in subsection (1)(a) [and (aa)] [, (aa) and (aza)] and requests mentioned in subsection (1)(b) have been dealt with;
(b) such information as is prescribed with respect to any local
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