1Before deciding to propose the making of regulations under section 43 of this Act with respect to any matter, [F1the local authority] shall consult with such representative organisations as they think fit and, if after such consultation they decide to make such a proposal, they shall cause to be published in the London Gazette and in one or more daily newspapers circulating throughout Greater London a notice stating that they propose to make such regulations, giving a summary of their effect, and specifying—E+W+S
(a)a place at which provisional draft regulations may be inspected at all reasonable hours and from which a copy of those draft regulations may be obtained on request; and
(b)a date (not being earlier than six weeks after the date of publication of the notice) by which representations with respect to the draft regulations, which should include the grounds for any objection thereto, must be sent in writing to [F1the local authority];
and on causing such a notice to be published [F1the local authority] shall send a copy of the notice and of the draft regulations to the Secretary of State F2. . . ; and [F1the local authority] shall not make any regulations in pursuance of the proposal to which the notice relates before the expiration of the period of twelve weeks beginning with the date when the notice is published.
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