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Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011

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147Authorisation for operation of amplified noise equipment

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(1)The responsible authority for any land in the controlled area of Parliament Square may authorise a person in accordance with this section to operate on that land any amplified noise equipment (as defined by section 143(4)).

(2)An application for authorisation must be made to the responsible authority by or on behalf of the person (or persons) seeking the authorisation.

(3)The responsible authority may—

(a)determine the form in which, and the manner in which, an application is to be made;

(b)specify the information to be supplied in connection with an application;

(c)require a fee to be paid for determining an application.

(4)If an application is duly made to a responsible authority, the authority must—

(a)determine the application, and

(b)give notice in writing to the applicant of the authority’s decision within the period of 21 days beginning with the day on which the authority receives the application.

(5)The notice must specify—

(a)the person (or persons) authorised (whether by name or description),

(b)the kind of amplified noise equipment to which the authorisation applies,

(c)the period to which the authorisation applies, and

(d)any conditions to which the authorisation is subject.

(6)The responsible authority may at any time—

(a)withdraw an authorisation given to a person under this section, or

(b)vary any condition to which an authorisation is subject.

(7)Variation under subsection (6)(b) includes—

(a)imposing a new condition,

(b)removing an existing condition, or

(c)altering any period to which a condition applies.

(8)The exercise of a power under subsection (6) to withdraw an authorisation or to vary a condition is effected by the responsible authority giving notice in writing to the applicant.

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