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Greater London Authority Act 1999

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36(1)This paragraph has effect for the purposes of this Schedule and section 296 of this Act.

(2)The Palace of Westminster shall be treated as premises occupied by the Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and the Corporate Officer of the House of Commons acting jointly.

(3)Every motor vehicle for which a parking place is provided at the Palace of Westminster shall be taken to be a motor vehicle used as mentioned in paragraph 3(1) above if it is a vehicle used—

(a)by a Member or officer of either House of Parliament;

(b)by a person employed as a member of the House of Lords staff;

(c)by a person employed as a member of the House of Commons staff;

(d)by a person employed by a member of either House of Parliament; or

(e)by, or by an employee of, any person supplying or seeking to supply goods or services to—

(i)the House of Lords,

(ii)the House of Commons,

(iii)any member or officer of either House of Parliament,

or any agent or sub-contractor of such a person.

(4)No offence under this Schedule or regulations made under it is capable of being committed in relation to parking in the Palace of Westminster.

(5)No right of entry conferred under or by virtue of this Schedule shall be exercisable in relation to the Palace of Westminster.

(6)No penalty charge notice shall be issued in respect of parking in the Palace of Westminster.

(7)In this paragraph—

  • “member of the House of Commons staff” means any person—

    (a)

    who was appointed by the House of Commons Commission; or

    (b)

    who is a member of the Speaker’s personal staff;

  • “member of the House of Lords staff” means any person who is employed under a contract of employment made with the Corporate Officer of the House of Lords.

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