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(1)If it appears to a planning authority that a building in their district which is not a listed building—
(a)is of special architectural or historic interest, and
(b)is in danger of demolition or of alteration in such a way as to affect its character as a building of such interest,
they may serve on the owner, lessee and occupier of the building a notice (in this Act referred to as a “building preservation notice”).
(2)A building preservation notice shall—
(a)state that the building appears to the planning authority to be of special architectural or historic interest and that they have requested the Secretary of State to consider including it in a list compiled or approved under section 1, and
(b)explain the effect of subsections (3) to (5) and Schedule 2.
(3)A building preservation notice—
(a)shall come into force as soon as it has been served on the owner, lessee and occupier of the building to which it relates, and
(b)subject to subsection (4), shall remain in force for 6 months from the date when it is served or, as the case may be, last served.
(4)A building preservation notice shall cease to be in force if the Secretary of State—
(a)includes the building in a list compiled or approved under section 1, or
(b)notifies the planning authority in writing that he does not intend to do so.
(5)While a building preservation notice is in force with respect to a building, the provisions of this Act (other than section 53) and the principal Act shall have effect in relation to the building as if it were a listed building.
(6)If, following the service of a building preservation notice, the Secretary of State notifies the planning authority that he does not propose to include the building in a list compiled or approved under section 1, the authority—
(a)shall immediately give notice of the Secretary of State’s decision to the owner, lessee and occupier of the building, and
(b)shall not, within the period of 12 months beginning with the date of the Secretary of State’s notification, serve another building preservation notice in respect of the building.
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