94Architecture and the built environment: financial assistanceE+W
(1)The Secretary of State may give financial assistance to a person for a purpose which appears to the Secretary of State to be connected with the promotion of education or high standards in, or understanding or appreciation of—
(b)the design, management or maintenance of the built environment.
(2)Financial assistance under this section may be given in such form as the Secretary of State thinks fit and in particular may be given by—
(a)making grants (whether or not repayable) or loans;
(d)providing services, staff or equipment.
(3)Financial assistance under this section may be given subject to conditions imposed by the Secretary of State or the Treasury.
(4)If the Secretary of State makes an order under section 89 he may by order amend this section to ensure that the purposes for which financial assistance may be given under this section reflect any changes made to the functions of the Commission by the order under section 89.
(5)“The built environment” includes—
(a)any structure or area built or designed for human use (such as squares, parks and recreation areas);
(b)any area available for public use which is in the vicinity of such a structure or within or in the vicinity of such an area.