89Procedure for including land in listE+W
(1)Land in a local authority's area which is of community value may be included by a local authority in its list of assets of community value only—
(a)in response to a community nomination, or
(b)where permitted by regulations made by the appropriate authority.
(2)For the purposes of this Chapter “community nomination”, in relation to a local authority, means a nomination which—
(a)nominates land in the local authority's area for inclusion in the local authority's list of assets of community value, and
(i)by a parish council in respect of land in England in the parish council's area,
(ii)by a community council in respect of land in Wales in the community council's area, or
(iii)by a person that is a voluntary or community body with a local connection.
(3)Regulations under subsection (1)(b) may (in particular) permit land to be included in a local authority's list of assets of community value in response to a nomination other than a community nomination.
(4)The appropriate authority may by regulations make provision as to—
(a)the meaning in subsection (2)(b)(iii) of “voluntary or community body”;
(b)the conditions that have to be met for a person to have a local connection for the purposes of subsection (2)(b)(iii);
(c)the contents of community nominations;
(d)the contents of any other nominations which, as a result of regulations under subsection (1)(b), may give rise to land being included in a local authority's list of assets of community value.
(5)The appropriate authority may by regulations make provision for, or in connection with, the procedure to be followed where a local authority is considering whether land should be included in its list of assets of community value.
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