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1. (1) In this schedule and in the preceding provisions of this Order as modified by this Schedule—N.I.
“the Dundrod Circuit”
(a)means the race-course, approximately 11.302 kilometres in length, in the local government district of Lisburn, which is delineated by means of an unbroken red line on the map or plan annexed to the Scheme, and
(b)includes such portion not exceeding 229 metres in length as may be designated in an order made under Article 3 (as modified by paragraph 3) of any road opening off the race-course over which the Department thinks it expedient to suspend the right of way for the safety of the public;
“the race area” means an area within a perimeter consisting of straight lines connecting road junctions surrounding the Dundrod Circuit and distant from it not less than 805 metres nor more than 4 kilometres;
“the scheme” means any scheme approved under section 26 of the Development of Tourist Traffic Act (Northern Ireland) 1948 and having effect for the time being in relation to the Dundrod Circuit; 1948 c. 4 (N.I.)
“spectator badge” means such badge or ticket as the promoters of any race may be authorised by any order made under Article 3 (as modified by paragraph 3) to provide in respect of persons and to place on sale;
“vehicle badge” means any such badge, disc or ticket as the promoters of any race may be authorised by any order made under Article 3 (as modified by paragraph 3) to provide in respect of vehicles and to place on sale.
(2) In application of this Order to the Dundrod Circuit the definition of “specified road” in Article 2(2) shall be omitted and any other reference to a specified road shall be construed as a reference to the Dundrod Circuit.
2. Articles 3 and 4 shall have effect in relation to the Dundrod Circuit subject to the modifications set out in paragraphs 3 and 4.N.I.
3. (1) In paragraph (1) of Article 3, after the word “days” insert the words “ (not exceeding three in number) ”.N.I.
(2) Paragraph (4) of that Article shall be omitted.
(3) After paragraph (7) of that Article there shall be inserted the following paragraphs—
“(7A) Without prejudice to the generality of paragraph (6) an order under this Article may—
(a)authorise the promoters of any race to provide and place on sale spectator badges and vehicle badges;
(b)fix a price or prices for a spectator badge and vehicle badge not exceeding in respect of each person or, as the case may be, each vehicle such amount as may be prescribed by regulations made by the Department subject to negative resolution; and
(c)provide that no person or vehicle shall be permitted to enter the race area during the days or parts of days specified in the order other than—
(i)a person or vehicle exempted by that order or otherwise in pursuance of this Order;
(ii)a person by or in respect of whom a spectator badge is produced to a constable or marshal;
(iii)a vehicle displaying a vehicle badge, or a vehicle the driver or person in charge of which produces a vehicle badge to a constable or marshal;
(7B) Where an order under this Article imposes requirements by virtue of paragraph (7A), it shall provide, so far as practicable, for the exemption from those requirements of —
(a)persons residing in the race area;
(b)vehicles usually kept in the race area; and
(c)persons or vehicles entering or leaving the race area for purposes unconnected with the motor races in respect of which the order is made.”
4. (1) At the end of paragraph (1) of Article 4 add the words “ and within the race area ”.N.I.
(2) After paragraph (2) of that Article insert the following paragraph—
“(2A) Where an order has been made under Article 3 (as modified by paragraph 3), the Department may, after consultation with the Chief Constable, specify the roads or other approaches which shall, or shall not, be permitted to be used for entry into the race area, and the points on the roads or approaches permitted to be so used at which—
(a)the driver or person in charge of any vehicle, other than a vehicle exempted from the requirements of the order, will be required to display or produce a vehicle badge, and
(b)any other person, other than a person exempted from the requirements of the order , will be required to produce a spectator badge,
before entering the race area.”
(3) In paragraph (3) of that Article after the word “directions” insert the words “ and in relation to any matter specified under paragraph (2A). ”
5. Where motor races have been held by virtue of an order made under Article 3 (as modified by paragraph 3), the promoter, where he is a person other than Lisburn Borough Council, shall submit to such audit as may be required by that Council the accounts relating to the provision and sale of vehicle and spectator badges and shall pay to that Council the proceeds of such sale.N.I.
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