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Greater London Authority Act 1999

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(1)When preparing or revising the guidance document and before finally determining the contents of the document or any revisions, the Mayor shall—

(a)publish a notice in a newspaper circulating in the entire area of Greater London, stating where a draft of the guidance document (or the revisions, as the case may be) may be inspected, and

(b)consult the persons and bodies specified in subsection (2) below.

(2)The persons and bodies mentioned in subsection (1)(b) above are—

(a)each London authority,

(b)the local authority for any other area which the Mayor considers will be affected by the contents of the guidance document or the revisions, as the case may be,

(c)the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis and the Commissioner of Police of the City of London,

(d)the traffic commissioner for the Metropolitan Traffic area,

(e)the traffic commissioner for any other traffic area which the Mayor considers will be affected by the contents of the guidance document or the revisions, as the case may be,

(f)the London Transport Users' Committee, and

(g)any other person whom the Mayor considers it appropriate to consult.

(3)Where the Mayor is determining the contents of revisions to the guidance document and the revisions will not affect the entire area of Greater London, the obligation imposed under subsection (1)(a) above shall not have effect and instead a notice stating where a draft of the revisions can be inspected shall be published in a newspaper circulating in the area or areas which the Mayor considers will be affected by the revisions.

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