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Why is Land Referencing needed?

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The Council has a statutory obligation to identify and consult with people and organisations who have a legal interest in property or land that may be affected by a proposed CPO. Land Referencing is also the process that ensures that those who are entitled to receive notification of when the CPO has been made so that parties can make sure their interests are represented in the process.

Land Referencing is undertaken from an early stage in the CPO process because the information gathered is required in advance of making the CPO. This information gathering must happen before a CPO is made so that the necessary details of the land interests affected can be included in the CPO Schedule.

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