How and to what extent to conduct a review is largely at the discretion of WRA, but it must in particular have regard to steps taken before the review begins by itself, in reaching its decision, and by any person in seeking to resolve disagreement about the decision. The review must also take account of any representations made by the affected person at a stage that allows for a reasonable opportunity to consider those representations.

When the review is concluded, it is open to WRA to affirm it, vary it or cancel it.

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