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Transport Act 2000

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186Matters to be dealt with in licensing schemes
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(1)A licensing scheme under this Part must—

(a)designate the area covered by the licensing scheme (“the licensing area”),

(b)state the days on which, and hours during which, a licence is required,

(c)specify the charges payable on licences (expressed as a specified sum of money for each licensed unit), and

(d)state whether or not the licensing scheme is to remain in force indefinitely and, if it is not to remain in force indefinitely, the period for which it is to remain in force.

(2)Subject to sections 179 to 181 and to any modifications made by virtue of section 184, the designation by a licensing scheme under this Part of the boundaries of the licensing area shall be such as the licensing authority or authorities may determine.

(3)The charges that may be imposed by a licensing scheme under this Part include different charges (which may be no charge) for different cases, including (in particular)—

(a)different days,

(b)different times of day,

(c)different parts of the licensing area,

(d)different classes of motor vehicles, and

(e)different numbers of licensed units.

(4)In setting the charges imposed by a licensing scheme under this Part, regard may be had to the purposes for which any of the net proceeds of the licensing scheme may be applied (in accordance with Schedule 12).

(5)A licensing scheme may include provision for or in connection with—

(a)the making of an application for a licence,

(b)the grant of a licence,

(c)the issue of a licence, and

(d)the variation or revocation of a licence.

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