[(1) The Secretary of State may by development order make provision for the deemed discharge of a condition to which this section applies.
(2) This section applies to a condition which—
(a) has been imposed on the grant of planning permission for the development of land in England, and
(b) requires the consent, agreement or approval of a local planning authority to any matter.
(3) Deemed discharge of a condition means that the local planning authority's consent, agreement or approval to any matter as required by the condition is deemed to have been given.
(4) A development order which makes provision for deemed discharge of a condition must provide that the condition is deemed to be discharged only if—
(a) a person (“the applicant”) has applied to the local planning authority for the consent, agreement or approval required by the condition,
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