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The London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Advertising and Trading) (England) Regulations 2011

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Regulation 3

SCHEDULE 1Meaning of “event zone”

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1.  In these Regulations, “event zone” means each of the following zones:

(a)the City of Coventry Stadium zone,

(b)the Earls Court zone,

(c)the Eton Dorney zone,

(d)the ExCel zone,

(e)the Greenwich Park zone,

(f)the Hadleigh Farm zone,

(g)the Horse Guards Parade zone,

(h)the Hyde Park zone,

(i)the Lee Valley White Water Centre zone,

(j)the Lord’s Cricket Ground zone,

(k)the North Greenwich Arena zone,

(l)the Old Trafford zone,

(m)the Olympic marathon zone,

(n)the Olympic Park zone,

(o)the Olympic race walk zone,

(p)the Olympic road cycling zone,

(q)the Olympic time trial zone.

(r)the Olympic triathlon zone,

(s)the Paralympic marathon zone,

(t)the Paralympic road cycling zone.

(u)the Royal Artillery Barracks zone,

(v)the St James Park Stadium zone,

(w)the Wembley zone,

(x)the Weymouth and Portland zone, and

(y)the Wimbledon zone.

2.  An event zone comprises the non-shaded area that is bounded externally by a dotted green line shown on the deposited map together with—

(a)any road on the deposited map that is marked with a blue line (an “event road”),

(b)the pavement on each side of an event road or, where there is no pavement, the land or water that is within two metres of each side of the road, but excluding the frontage of any building on that pavement or land, and

(c)where an event road is carried by a bridge, the entire structure of that bridge.

3.  An event zone includes the airspace above the land or water in that zone.

4.  If any part of a railway station is on or above the ground in an event zone, all parts of that station (whether on, above or under the ground and whether in or outside the event zone) are to be taken as being within the event zone.

5.  In this Schedule, “the deposited map” means, in relation to an event zone, the map bearing the name of the event zone, the signature of a deputy director of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the title of these Regulations and the date September 2011, of which prints are deposited and available for inspection at the offices of—

(a)the Department for Culture, Media and Sport,

(b)the Olympic Delivery Authority, and

(c)in relation to the deposited map for an event zone, a local authority indicated in column (2) of the following table that is adjacent to the event zone in column (1) of that table.

(1)

Event zone

(2)

Local authority or authorities

City of Coventry Stadium zoneCoventry City Council
Earls Court zoneRoyal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Eton Dorney zoneRoyal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
ExCel zoneLondon Borough of Newham
Greenwich Park zoneLondon Borough of Greenwich
Hadleigh Farm zoneCastle Point Borough Council
Horse Guards Parade zoneWestminster City Council
Hyde Park zoneWestminster City Council
Lee Valley White Water Centre zoneBroxbourne Borough Council
Lord’s Cricket Ground zoneWestminster City Council
North Greenwich Arena zoneLondon Borough of Greenwich
Old Trafford zoneTrafford Metropolitan Borough Council
Olympic marathon zone
(a)

Westminster City Council

(b)

City of London Corporation

Olympic Park zone
(a)

London Borough of Hackney

(b)

London Borough of Newham

(c)

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

(d)

London Borough of Waltham Forest

Olympic race walk zoneWestminster City Council
Olympic road cycling zone
(a)

Westminster City Council

(b)

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

(c)

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham

(d)

London Borough of Wandsworth

(e)

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

(f)

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

(g)

Elmbridge Borough Council

(h)

Mole Valley District Council

(i)

Guildford Borough Council

(j)

Woking Borough Council

Olympic time trial zone
(a)

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

(b)

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

(c)

Elmbridge Borough Council

Olympic triathlon zoneWestminster City Council
Paralympic marathon zone
(a)

Westminster City Council

(b)

City of London Corporation

Paralympic road cycling zoneSevenoaks District Council
Royal Artillery Barracks zoneLondon Borough of Greenwich
St James’ Park Stadium zoneNewcastle City Council
Wembley zoneLondon Borough of Brent
Weymouth and Portland zoneWeymouth and Portland Borough Council
Wimbledon zoneLondon Borough of Merton

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