2In the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997 (c. 9) (referred to in this Schedule as the “Scottish listed buildings Act”), after section 28 (circumstances in which purchase notices may be served) there is inserted the following section—S
“28APurchase notices: Crown land
(1)A listed building purchase notice may be served in respect of Crown land only as mentioned in this section.
(2)The owner of a private interest in Crown land must not serve a listed building purchase notice unless—
(a)he first offers to dispose of his interest to the appropriate authority on equivalent terms, and
(b)the offer is refused by the appropriate authority.
(3)The appropriate authority may serve a listed building purchase notice in relation to the following land—
(a)land belonging to Her Majesty in right of her private estates,
(b)land which forms part of the Crown Estate.
(4)An offer is made on equivalent terms if the price payable for the interest is equal to (and, in default of agreement, determined in the same manner as) the compensation which would be payable in respect of it if it were acquired in pursuance of a listed building purchase notice.”
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