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(1)A local authority may contribute towards the expenses incurred or to be incurred in the repair or maintenance—
(a)of a listed building which is situate in or in the vicinity of their area; or
(b)of a building in their area which is not listed but appears to them to be of architectural or historic interest.
(2)At the time of making such a contribution the local authority may also contribute towards the expenses incurred, or to be incurred, in the upkeep of any garden occupied with the building and contiguous or adjacent to it.
(3)A contribution under this section may be made by grant or loan.
(4)A contribution by way of loan may be made upon such terms and conditions as the local authority may determine including (but without prejudice to the foregoing) a term that the loan shall be free of interest.
(5)A local authority—
(a)may renounce their right to repayment of such a loan or any interest for the time being outstanding, and
(b)by agreement with the borrower may otherwise vary any of the terms and conditions on which such a loan is made.
(6)A local authority may require as a condition of the making by them of a contribution under this section by way of grant towards the expenses of the repair or maintenance or upkeep of any property that the person to whom the grant is made shall enter into an agreement with them for the purpose of enabling the public to have access to the property or part of it during such period and at such times as the agreement may provide.
(7)In this section and in section 58 “ ” means—
(a)the council of a county, [F1county borough,]borough or district,
(b)a joint planning board constituted under section 2 of the principal Act, and
(c)in relation to a building or land in the Broads, the Broads Authority.
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