[(1) The appropriate authority may by regulations make provision for the payment of a fee or charge to a local planning authority in respect of—
(a) the performance by the local planning authority of any function they have;
(b) anything done by them which is calculated to facilitate or is conducive or incidental to the performance of any such function.
[(1ZA) The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision for the payment of a fee to—
(a) the Mayor of London in respect of an application for consent, agreement or approval as mentioned in section 61DB(2) or the giving of advice about such an application;
(b) a specified person in respect of an application for consent, agreement or approval for which provision is made under section 61DB(4) or the giving of advice about such an application.]
[(1A) The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision for the payment of a fee to the Secretary of State in respect of—
(a) any application made to the Secretary of State under section 62A;
(b) the giving of advice about applying under section 62A for any permission, approval or consent or for anything else for which an application may be made under that section.]
[(1B) The Welsh Ministers may by regulations make provision for the payment of a fee or charge to the Welsh Ministers in respect of—
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