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(1)Where a copy of a listed building purchase notice is sent to the Secretary of State under section 33(4), he shall consider whether to confirm the notice or to take other action under section 35 in respect of it.
(2)Before confirming such a notice or taking such other action, the Secretary of State shall give notice of his proposed action—
(a)to the person who served the notice;
(b)to the council on whom it was served;
(c)[F1in England] outside Greater London—
(i)to the county planning authority and also, where that authority is a joint planning board, to the county council; and
(ii)if the district council on whom the purchase notice in question was served is a constituent member of a joint planning board, to that board;
[F2(cc)in Wales, to the local planning authority, where it is a joint planning board;] and
(d)if the Secretary of State proposes to substitute any other local authority or statutory undertakers for the council on whom the notice was served, to them.
(3)A notice under subsection (2) shall specify the period (which must not be less than 28 days from its service) within which any of the persons on whom it is served may require the Secretary of State to give him an opportunity of appearing before and being heard by a person appointed by him for the purpose.
(4)If any of those persons so require, before the Secretary of State confirms the listed building purchase notice or takes any other action under section 35 in respect of it, he shall give such an opportunity to each of them.
(5)If after any of those persons have appeared before and been heard by the appointed person, it appears to the Secretary of State to be expedient to take action under section 35 otherwise than in accordance with the notice given by him, the Secretary of State may take that action accordingly.
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