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Greater London Authority Act 1999

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3(1)A direction to submit a report under paragraph 2(1) above shall specify the timetable in accordance with which the report is to be prepared, submitted and available for inspection under this Schedule (“the timetable”).

(2)As soon as reasonably practicable after being directed to submit a report under paragraph 2(1) above, the Commission shall take such steps as it considers sufficient to secure that persons who may be interested in the subject-matter of the report are informed of—

(a)the direction requiring the report to be submitted, including, in particular, the period specified in the timetable within which representations with respect to the subject-matter of the report may be made to the Commission; and

(b)any direction under paragraph 5 below.

(3)Before submitting its report, the Commission shall—

(a)take into consideration any representations made to it within the period mentioned in sub-paragraph (2)(a) above;

(b)prepare a draft report and take such steps as it considers sufficient to secure that persons who may be interested in the report are informed of it and of the period specified in the timetable within which representations with respect to it may be made;

(c)deposit copies of the draft report at the principal office of—

(i)the Authority;

(ii)each London borough council; and

(iii)the Common Council; and

(d)take into consideration representations made to the Commission within the period mentioned in paragraph (b) above.

(4)As soon as the Commission is in a position to submit its report to the Secretary of State (and in any event not later than the date specified in the timetable for submission of the report), it shall—

(a)submit the report to him;

(b)take such steps as it considers sufficient to secure that persons who may be interested in the report are informed of it and of the period specified in the timetable within which it may be inspected; and

(c)deposit copies of the report at the principal office of—

(i)each London borough council; and

(ii)the Common Council.

(5)Copies of the draft report deposited under sub-paragraph (3)(c) above, and of the report deposited under sub-paragraph (4)(c) above, shall be kept available for inspection at the offices concerned in accordance with the timetable.

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