[(1) A development order may make provision as to applications for planning permission [or permission in principle] made to a local planning authority.
(2) Provision referred to in subsection (1) includes provision as to—
(a) the form and manner in which the application must be made;
(b) particulars of such matters as are to be included in the application;
(c) documents or other materials as are to accompany the application.
[(2A) In subsections (1) and (2) references to applications for planning permission include references to[—
(a) applications for consent, agreement or approval as mentioned in section 61DB(2), and
(b)] applications for approval under section 61L(2).]
(3) The local planning authority may require that an application for planning permission must include—
(a) such particulars as they think necessary;
(b) such evidence in support of anything in or relating to the application as they think necessary.
(4) But a requirement under subsection (3) must not be inconsistent with provision made under subsection (1).
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