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(1)If a local transport authority propose to make a quality partnership scheme, they shall give notice of the proposed scheme in at least one local newspaper circulating in the area to which it relates.
(2)The notice shall—
(a)set out the authority’s proposals for specified facilities and specified standards; or
(b)state where, in what form, and at what times, such proposals may be inspected.
(3)If any of the proposed specified facilities would affect a road for which the Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers are the traffic authority (within the meaning of section 121A of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (c.27)) the authority shall consult the Secretary of State and the Scottish Ministers before giving notice of the proposed scheme.
(4)After giving notice of the proposed scheme, the authority shall consult—
(a)all operators of local services who are, in the opinion of the authority, likely to be affected by it;
(b)such organisations appearing to the authority to be representative of users of local services as they think fit;
(c)every other local transport authority any part of whose area is, in the opinion of the authority, likely to be affected by it;
(i)local transport authority (as defined in paragraphs (a) to (c) of section 108(4) of the Transport Act 2000 (c.38)); or
(ii)metropolitan district council in England,
any part of whose area is, in the opinion of the authority, likely to be affected by it;
(e)the traffic commissioner;
[F1(fa)the chief constable of the Police Service of Scotland;]
(g)such other persons as the authority think fit.
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