(a) planning permission granted by a development order[, a local development order[, a Mayoral development order] or a neighbourhood development order] is withdrawn (whether by the revocation or amendment of the order or by the issue of directions under powers conferred by the order); and
(b) on an application made under Part III [or section 293A] planning permission for development formerly permitted by that order is refused or is granted subject to conditions other than those imposed by that order,
section 107 shall apply as if the planning permission granted by the development order[, the local development order[, the Mayoral development order] or the neighbourhood development order]—
(i) had been granted by the local planning authority under Part III [or section 293A]; and
(ii) had been revoked or modified by an order under section 97.
[(1A) Where section 107 applies in relation to planning permission granted by a Mayoral development order—
(a) subsection (1) of that section has effect as if it provided for a claim to be made to, and compensation to be paid by, the Mayor of London rather than the local planning authority, and
(b) subject to subsection (1B), sections 109 to 112 have effect where compensation is payable by the Mayor of London under section 107(1) as if references to the local planning authority (however expressed) were references to the Mayor of London.
(1B) Subsection (1A)(b) does not apply to section 110(2) or (4).]
(2) Where planning permission granted by a development order[, a local development order[, a Mayoral
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