The Local Redevelopment and Housing Law (“LRHL”) requires an application for approvals under a redevelopment plan to be directed to the municipal planning board, but fails to state how one acquires standing to maintain such an application. Certainly, an argument can be made that the standing requirements applicable to an application for development brought under the Municipal Land Use Law (“MLUL”) apply equally to applications brought before municipal planning boards under the LRHL, since the LRHL requires planning boards to review all such applications in accordance with local ordinance requirements for subdivisions and site plans adopted pursuant to the MLUL. However, the courts have yet to validate this position in a reported decision and, as such, the issue of standing to seek approvals for a redevelopment project is still very much an open question.