Think I just solved this. It is in fact a permissions issue.
I went to System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy
Then I selected the Photos app in the left column
I could see the Adobe Lightroom CC app listed there, but the box allowing access was unchecked - check this box
Not daft - I always remind my Mum to do this ;)
I did try restarting with a few different sequences - restart and go straight to Lightroom and try vs restart, open photos and allow to update to iCloud, then try, etc. But no luck.
I found this video () where he describes (at about 5:50)...
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I have read this help page (Resolve issues while migrating Apple Photos to Lightroom CC)...
Thanks for the reply. I think your idea is the way to go. I'm going to try doing the Photos migration. I have then exported only the "developed" photos from LR classic as a new catalogue and will migrate this separately.
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