26 Proposals not requiring referendum.E+W
(1)Where a local authority’s proposals under section 25 do not involve a form of executive for which a referendum is required, the authority must implement the proposals in accordance with the timetable included in the proposals.
(2)Any reference in this Part to a form of executive for which a referendum is required is a reference to—
(a)a mayor and cabinet executive,
(b)a mayor and council manager executive, or
(c)a form of executive prescribed in regulations under section 11(5) which is expressed in those regulations to be a form of executive for which a referendum is required.
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