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Greater London Authority Act 1999

Section 367: Directions under the Environment Act 1995

560.Section 367 amends section 85 of the Environment Act 1995 to confer certain reserve powers on the Mayor. The Mayor will consequently be able to make, or cause to be made, reviews and assessments of air quality in London, and be able to direct London local authorities to take action if air quality standards and objectives are not being met in their area, or if they are failing to discharge their duties under the 1995 Act regarding air quality. The Mayor must consult a local authority before giving it a direction under this section.

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