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Land which is identified for the purposes of relevant public functions by a development plan document for the area in which the land is situated [or by a neighbourhood development plan for the area in which the land is situated].
(1) Relevant public functions are—
(a) the functions of a government department, local authority, National Park authority or statutory undertakers;
(b) the establishment or running by a public telecommunications operator of a telecommunication system.
(2) For the purposes of this paragraph a development plan document is—
(a) a development plan document which is adopted or approved for the purposes of Part 2 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 (in this paragraph, the 2004 Act);
(b) a revision of such a document in pursuance of section 26 of the 2004 Act which is adopted or approved for the purposes of Part 2 of the 2004 Act;
(c) a development plan document which has been submitted to the Secretary of State for independent examination under section 20(1) of the 2004 Act;
(d) a revision of a development plan document in pursuance of section 26 of the 2004 Act if the document has been submitted to the Secretary of State for independent examination under section 20(1) of that Act.
[(2A) For the purposes of this paragraph a neighbourhood development plan includes a draft of a neighbourhood development plan which has been submitted for examination under paragraph 7(2) of Schedule 4B (as
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