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PLANNING CONSENT FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES (HANSARD)

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Local planning authority consent is usually required for permission to store 25 tonnes or more of liquefied petrole...
Local planning authority consent is usually required for permission to store 25 tonnes or more of liquefied petroleum gas, under the 1990 Planning (Hazardous Substances) Act (WA, 31 Jan, col597).

Affected parties must apply to one of the hazardous substances authority, these usually being the local planning authority.

By virtue of its powers under the Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974, the Health and Safety Commission has introduced the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994 to control, among other things, the storage, use and installation of liquefied petroleum gas, both generally, and for the use in permanent domestic central heating.
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