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10(1)The appropriate national authority may, on an application under this paragraph, make an order designating the whole or part of a local authority's area as a civil enforcement area for moving traffic contraventions.E+W
(2)An area may only be so designated if it is within, or is co-extensive with, an area already designated as a civil enforcement area for parking contraventions.
(3)An application under this paragraph may be made—
(a)with respect to the whole or part of their area, by a county council in England;
(b)with respect to the whole or part of their area, by a county council or county borough council in Wales;
(c)with respect to the whole or part of their area, by a metropolitan district council;
(d)with respect to the whole of their areas, by two or more metropolitan district councils acting jointly;
(e)with respect to the whole or part of the Isles of Scilly, by the Council of the Isles of Scilly.
(4)Before making an order under this paragraph the appropriate national authority shall consult the appropriate chief officer of police.
(5)In relation to a civil enforcement area designated by order under this paragraph, references in this Part of this Act to the enforcement authority are to the authority on whose application the order was made or, if the application was a joint application, any of the authorities on whose application the order was made.
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