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11(1)The Development Corporation shall—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)until the commencement of impoundment, keep under review groundwater levels within the protected property area,
(b)as from the commencement of impoundment, keep under review the effect of the impoundment of water by means of the barrage on groundwater levels within any area which may be affected by the impoundment,
(c)carry out any such investigations of buildings and other land (including any such searches or borings in land) as they consider appropriate for performing the duties imposed by paragraphs (a) and (b) above, and
(d)in the case of any building which the Development Corporation when performing either of those duties conclude has suffered or is likely to suffer groundwater damage, make such offers for the carrying out of remedial work as they consider appropriate.
(2)The Development Corporation shall perform the duties imposed by paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) of sub-paragraph (1) above in accordance with such programmes as may be prepared from time to time in consultation with the council for [F1any county or county borough] in which groundwater levels are to be kept under review; and if any such programme cannot be agreed between the Development Corporation and the council for the F1[ county or county borough] in which it is to operate, the programme for the F1[county or county borough] shall be determined by arbitration.
(3)The programme for a [F2county or county borough] shall include details of the nature and location of apparatus used or to be used in the district in keeping groundwater levels under review; and the Development Corporation shall—
(a)supply to the council for the district recorded information produced by the apparatus, and
(b)make copies of that information available for inspection and copying by members of the public,
in accordance with the provisions included in the programme under sub-paragraph (4) below.
(4)The programme shall specify—
(a)how much of the recorded information produced by the apparatus is to be supplied, and at what intervals, in pursuance of the duty imposed by paragraph (a) of sub-paragraph (3) above, and
(b)arrangements for complying with the duty imposed by paragraph (b) of that sub-paragraph.
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