[(1) A local planning authority may decline to determine an application for planning permission[, or permission in principle,] for the development of any land which is[—
(a) made on the same day as a similar application, or
(b)] made at a time when any of the conditions in subsections (2) to (4) applies in relation to a similar application.
(2) The condition is that a similar application is under consideration by the local planning authority and the determination period for that application has not expired.
(3) The condition is that a similar application is
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