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(a)listed building consent in respect of a building is refused, or granted subject to conditions, or is revoked or modified by an order under section 23 or 26; and
(b)any owner of the building claims—
(i)that the conditions mentioned in subsection (2) are satisfied with respect to it and any land comprising the building, or contiguous or adjacent to it, and owned with it; and
(ii)that the conditions mentioned in subsection (3) are satisfied with respect to that land,
he may, within the prescribed time and in the prescribed manner, serve on the council of the district [F1, Welsh county, county borough,] or London borough in which the building and land are situated a notice (in this Act referred to as a “listed building purchase notice”) requiring that council to purchase his interest in the building and land in accordance with sections 33 to 37.
(2)The conditions mentioned in subsection (1)(b)(i) are—
(a)that the building and land in respect of which the notice is served have become incapable of reasonably beneficial use in their existing state;
(b)in a case where listed building consent has been granted subject to conditions with respect to the execution of the works or has been modified by the imposition of such conditions, that the land cannot be rendered capable of such use by the carrying out of the works in accordance with those conditions; and
(c)in any case, that the land cannot be rendered capable of such use by the carrying out of any other works for which listed building consent has been granted or for which the local planning authority or the Secretary of State has undertaken to grant such consent.
(3)The conditions mentioned in subsection (1)(b)(ii) are that the use of the land is substantially inseparable from that of the building and that it ought to be treated, together with the building, as a single holding.
(4)In determining for the purpose of subsection (2) what is or would in any particular circumstances be a reasonably beneficial use of land, no account shall be taken of any prospective use which would involve the carrying out of [F2development (other than any development specified in paragraph 1 or 2 of Schedule 3 to the principal Act)] or any works requiring listed building consent which might be executed to the building, other than works for which the local planning authority or the Secretary of State have undertaken to grant such consent.
[F3(4A)This section and sections 33 to 37 shall have effect as if—
(a)the bodies on whom a listed building purchase notice may be served under this section included any National Park authority which is the local planning authority for the area in which the building and land in question are situated; and
(b)a National Park authority were a local authority for the purposes of this Act and the Park for which it is the local planning authority were its area;
and the references in those sections and in section 63(7)(a) to a council and to a local authority shall be construed accordingly.]
(5)References in sections 33 to 37 to the land are to the building and the land in respect of which the notice under subsection (1) is served.
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