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Town And Country Planning Bill

Volume 524: debated on Friday 26 February 1954

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"to make provision for compensation and other payments by reference to claims for payments under section fifty—eight of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947; to make further provision as to the acquisition of land by public authorities, as to compensation in respect of orders revoking or modifying permission to develop land and in respect of damage to requisitioned land, as to development charges, as to monopoly value of licensed premises, as to Exchequer grants under the said Act of 1947, and as to payments under section fifty—nine of that Act, and to amend other provisions of that Act; to make further provision for the modification of mining leases and orders granting working rights, and as to contributions to the Ironstone Restoration Fund; to make provision for the dissolution of the Central Land Board; and for purposes connected with the matters aforesaid," presented by Mr. Harold Macmillan; supported by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Crookshank, Mr James Stuart, the Attorney—General and Mr. Marples; read the First time; to be read a Second time upon Monday next, and to be printed. [Bill 72.]