Planning Act 2008 (NSIPs) (Electric Lines) Order 2013
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The Planning Act 2008 (Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects) (Electric Lines) Order 2013 came into force on 18 June 2013
18 Jun 2013
Energy - UK
The Planning Act 2008 (Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects) (Electric Lines) Order 2013 amends the 2008 Act to provide two new categories of electric line installation that are no longer considered nationally significant infrastructure projects.
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