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(1)The Olympic Delivery Authority may arrange with an authority responsible for cleaning or lighting a highway or other area to which this section applies for cleaning or lighting to be carried out in a specified manner or to a specified standard during all or part of the London Olympics period.
(2)The Authority may make arrangements for cleaning or lighting a highway or other area to which this section applies during all or part of the London Olympics period if they are satisfied that an appropriate result—
(a)cannot be achieved through arrangements under subsection (1), or
(b)is not, despite their best endeavours, being achieved through arrangements under subsection (1).
(3)Arrangements under subsection (1) may include provision for—
(a)payment by the Authority;
(b)the consequences of non-compliance.
(4)For the purposes of subsection (2) the Authority may repair, maintain or use structures or installations which—
(a)belong to an authority responsible for cleaning or lighting a highway or other area to which this section applies, and
(b)are situated on or under the highway or other area.
(5)This section applies to any highway or other area to which the public have access and which the Authority reasonably expect to be used—
(a)in the course of a London Olympic event,
(b)by persons watching a London Olympic event, or
(c)by persons travelling to a London Olympic event.
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