London Local Authorities Bill [HL]—continued
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Section 14

Designated land under SECTION 14 (Multiple dog-walking) of this Act

1         Before designating any land the borough council shall—
(a)    give notice of their proposal by advertisement in a local newspaper circulating in the area of the council, stating that objections to the proposal may be made to the proper officer of the council within a time, not less than 28 days after the giving of the notice, specified in the notice; and
(b)    take any such further steps as in their opinion will give adequate publicity to the designation.

2         After taking into consideration any objections made in accordance with paragraph 1 above, the council may designate, as land to which section 14 (Multiple dog-walking) of this Act, applies for the purposes mentioned in that section, all or any, or any part, of the land specified in the notice given under that paragraph.

3         A designation under paragraph 2 above shall come into force on such day as shall be specified by a notice given in the same manner as a notice given under paragraph 1 above, being a day not less than 28 days after the day on which notice is given under this paragraph.

4         Any designation under paragraph 2 above may be rescinded, or varied by the deletion of any land or part of any land by a subsequent designation of the council.


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