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(1)The listed buildings Act is amended as follows.
(2)In section 13 (directions concerning notification of applications etc.), at the end add—
“(4)Directions under subsection (1) or (3) may be given to—
(a)planning authorities generally;
(b)a particular planning authority; or
(c)a description of planning authority.”.
(3)In section 69(1) (grants and loans for preservation or enhancement of conservation areas)—
(a)for the words “If in the opinion of the Secretary of State any conservation area is an area of outstanding architectural or historic interest, he” substitute “The Scottish Ministers”, and
(b)for the words “the area or any part of it” substitute “a conservation area or any part of a conservation area”.
(4)In section 81(1) (interpretation), after the definition of “conservation area consent” insert—
““demolition” includes partial demolition (and any analogous expression is to be construed accordingly),”.
(5)In section 82(1) (power to make regulations), after paragraph (a) insert—
“(aa)as to the provision of information, or the production of evidence to verify information, for the purposes of this Act;
(ab)as to the manner of lodging any application under this Act and as to documents to be furnished with such an application;
(ac)as to the manner of giving notice of appeal under this Act and as to documents to be furnished with such notice of appeal;
(ad)as to the manner of intimating decisions under this Act and as to documents to be sent with notice of such a decision;”.
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