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[[F17(1)In section 19B of the 1980 Act (power to give directions restricting a power to carry out work or imposing conditions with respect to the carrying out of work), after subsection (5) there shall be inserted the following subsection—S
“(5A)The conditions that may be imposed by a direction given under this section in relation to the carrying out of any work include a condition restricting the carrying out of the work to cases where—
(a)the Secretary of State has been satisfied as to any matter specified or described in the direction; or
(b)the work is carried out under and in accordance with an authorisation or consent given for the purposes of the direction by the Secretary of State.”
(2)In subsection (6) of that section (power to give direction to be exercised in writing), at the end there shall be inserted the words “ and, without prejudice to subsection (4) above, shall include power, at any time, to make such variations of a direction under this section as may be agreed with the authority or body to which the direction relates. ”]]
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