Transport and Works Act 1992

9(1)Schedule 2 (objects for whose achievement harbour revision orders may be made) shall be amended as follows.E+W+S

(2)In paragraph 3(c) for the words from “out” to “others of” there shall be substituted the words “ on by others of activities relating to the harbour or of ”.

(3)After paragraph 7 there shall be inserted—

7A Extinguishing or diverting public rights of way over footpaths or bridleways for the purposes of works described in the order or works ancillary to such works.

7B Extinguishing public rights of navigation for the purposes of works described in the order or works ancillary to such works, or permitting interference with the enjoyment of such rights for the purposes of such works or for the purposes of works carried out by a person authorised by the authority to carry them out.

(4)After paragraph 8 there shall be inserted—

8A Enabling the authority to close part of the harbour or to reduce the facilities available in the harbour.

(5)After paragraph 9 there shall be inserted—

9A Empowering the authority (alone or with others) to develop land not required for the purposes of the harbour with a view to disposing of the land or of interests in it, and to acquire land by agreement for the purpose of developing it together with such land.

9B Empowering the authority to delegate the performance of any of the functions of the authority except—

(a)a duty imposed on the authority by or under any enactment;

(b)the making of byelaws;

(c)the levying of ship, passenger and goods dues;

(d)the appointment of harbour, dock and pier masters;

(e)the nomination of persons to act as constables;

(f)functions relating to the laying down of buoys, the erection of lighthouses and the exhibition of lights, beacons and sea-marks, so far as those functions are exercisable for the purposes of the safety of navigation.

(6)After paragraph 16 there shall be inserted—

16A Imposing or conferring on the authority duties or powers (including powers to make byelaws) for the conservation of the natural beauty of all or any part of the harbour or of any of the fauna, flora or geological or physiographical features in the harbour and all other natural features.

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Commencement Information

I1Sch. 3 wholly in force at 15. 7. 1992 see s. 70 and S.I. 1992/1347, art. 2, Sch.