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376 The Mayor’s culture strategy.E+W+S

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(1)The Cultural Strategy Group for London shall formulate and submit to the Mayor a draft strategy containing proposed policies with respect to culture, media and sport in Greater London.

(2)As soon as reasonably practicable after the draft strategy has been submitted to the Mayor, the Mayor shall prepare and publish a document to be known as the “culture strategy”.

(3)The culture strategy published under subsection (2) above shall be the draft strategy submitted to the Mayor under subsection (1) above, with such modifications (if any) as the Mayor considers appropriate.

(4)The Cultural Strategy Group for London shall keep the culture strategy under review and may submit proposed revisions of it to the Mayor.

(5)The policies that may be contained in the culture strategy include policies with respect to each of the following matters—

(a)the arts, tourism and sport;

(b)ancient monuments and sites;

(c)buildings and other structures which are of historical or architectural interest or which otherwise form part of the heritage of Greater London;

(d)museums and galleries;

(e)library services;

(f)archives;

(g)treasure, and antiquities of a movable nature;

(h)broadcasting, film production and other media of communication.

(6)The Mayor may give the Cultural Strategy Group for London directions requiring the draft strategy to be formulated and submitted under subsection (1) above not later than such date as may be specified in the directions.

(7)The Cultural Strategy Group for London shall comply with any directions under subsection (6) above.

(8)Where the Mayor revises the culture strategy otherwise than in response to proposed revisions submitted by the Cultural Strategy Group for London under subsection (4) above, then, in the case of that revision—

(a)the bodies and persons required to be consulted under subsection (1) of section 42 above shall include the Cultural Strategy Group for London; and

(b)the reference in subsection (5) of that section to the Assembly and the functional bodies shall be taken to include a reference to the Cultural Strategy Group for London.

(9)In this Act, references to the culture strategy include, except where the context otherwise requires, a reference to the culture strategy as revised.

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