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(1)An order designating an alcohol disorder zone must identify the locality being designated either by name or, if appropriate, by describing its boundaries.
(2)A local authority who have designated a locality as an alcohol disorder zone may by order revoke the designation.
(3)If a local authority consider that the locality designated by an alcohol disorder zone should be varied, they may—
(a)make a proposal for the purposes of section 16 for a replacement order designating a locality that includes the whole or part of the locality already designated; and
(b)in any designation order made to give effect to that proposal, revoke the previous designation with effect from the coming into force of the replacement order.
(4)The local authority who have designated a locality as an alcohol disorder zone and the local chief officer of police must—
(a)as soon as reasonably practicable after the end of three months from the coming into force of the designation, and
(b)as soon as reasonably practicable after the end of each subsequent period of three months,
together carry out a review of the need for the designation.
(5)On each such review the local authority and local chief officer of police must consider whether it would be appropriate for any of the powers in subsections (2) and (3) to be exercised.
(6)The Secretary of State may make regulations which, for the purpose of supplementing the provisions of section 16 and this section, prescribe additional procedures to be followed in relation to the making or revocation of orders for the designation of a locality as an alcohol disorder zone.
(7)Those regulations must include, in particular, provision requiring local authorities to publicise the making and effect of orders designating localities as alcohol disorder zones.
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