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Greater London Authority Act 1999

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Part IILocal and Personal Acts

The London County Council (General Powers) Act 1912

Registration of petroleum oil depots

64In section 4 of the [1912 c. civ.] London County Council (General Powers) Act 1912 (registration of petroleum oil depots) for the definition of “controlling authority” there shall be substituted—

“controlling authority” means the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority;.

The Essex County Council Act 1952

Precautions against fire in certain buildings in North East London

65In section 80 of the [1952 c. l.] Essex County Council Act 1952 (which was substituted by section 6 of the [1958 c. xxiv.] Essex County Council Act 1958 and relates to precautions against fire in certain buildings in parts of Greater London that used to be in Essex) for “London Fire and Civil Defence Authority” there shall be substituted “London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority”.

The London Hydraulic Power Act 1977

Notice of intention to use new pipeline to be given to Fire etc Authority

66In section 3(3)(b) of the [1977 c. xi.] London Hydraulic Power Act 1977 (which requires the Company to give notice of intention to use a new pipeline to the London Fire and Civil Defence Authority) for “London Fire and Civil Defence Authority” there shall be substituted “London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority”.

The London Local Authorities Act 1990

Night cafe licensing

67In section 4 of the [1990 c. vii.] London Local Authorities Act 1990 (interpretation of Part II) in the definition of “the fire authority” for “London Fire and Civil Defence Authority” there shall be substituted “London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority”.

The London Local Authorities Act 1991

Special treatment premises

68In the following provisions of Part II of the [1991 c. xiii.] London Local Authorities Act 1991 (special treatment premises), namely—

(a)section 7 (application under Part II), and

(b)section 15 (powers of entry),

for the words “London Fire and Civil Defence Authority”, wherever occurring, there shall be substituted “London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority”.

The London Local Authorities Act 1995

The fire authority

69(1)The [1995 c. x.] London Local Authorities Act 1995 shall be amended as follows.

(2)In section 2 (interpretation of Act) in the definition of “the fire authority” for “London Fire and Civil Defence Authority” there shall be substituted “London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority”.

(3)Section 44 (which permits a participating council to appoint a deputy for a member appointed by them to the fire authority and which applies with necessary modifications to the London Waste Regulation Authority, which has been abolished) shall cease to have effect.

The London Local Authorities Act 1996

Private places of entertainment

70In section 21 of the [1996 c. ix.] London Local Authorities Act 1996 (which applies section 3 of the [1967 c. 19.] Private Places of Entertainment (Licensing) Act 1967 with modifications) in the notionally inserted subsection (5) (copy of application to be sent to the London Fire and Civil Defence Authority) for “London Fire and Civil Defence Authority” there shall be substituted “London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority”.

Theatres

71In section 22 of the [1996 c. ix.] London Local Authorities Act 1996 (which applies Schedule 1 to the Theatres Act 1968, with modifications, in relation to licences in respect of premises in a borough) in the notionally substituted paragraph 2(1) (copy of application to be sent to the London Fire and Civil Defence Authority) for “London Fire and Civil Defence Authority” there shall be substituted “London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority”.

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