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The London Government Order 1965

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Functions under National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949

31.—(1) Those parts of the definitive maps and statements under Part IV of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 which relate to an area described in column (1) of the following table shall be deemed to be the definitive map and statement for that area and to have been made by the authority specified in respect of such area in column (2).

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(1)(2)
A London boroughThe council of the borough
The urban district of Potters BarThe county council of Hertfordshire
The urban districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-ThamesThe county council of Surrey.

(2) Section 34(3) of the said Act of 1949 shall not apply—

  • to the first review of the definitive map and statement for a London borough;

  • in so far as the urban district of Potters Bar or the urban districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-Thames are concerned, to the first review after 1st April 1965 of the definitive map and statement for the county of Hertfordshire or Surrey.

(3) Any arrangements made under section 89(3) of the said Act of 1949 in relation to land in Greater London shall have effect in favour of, or against, the Greater London Council:

Provided that the arrangements in relation to any land in any London borough shall have effect in favour of, or against, the council of the London borough if such council and the Greater London Council so agree or if the Minister, on the application of either such council, so determines.

Any such arrangements made by the county council of Middlesex in relation to land in the urban district of Potters Bar or the urban districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-Thames shall have effect in favour of, or against, the county council of Hertfordshire or Surrey, as the case may be.

(4) A council named in column (1) of the following table shall be entitled at all reasonable time to inspect and take copies of all plans or documents relating to any land in an area specified in respect of such council in column (2) which are in the possession or under the control of the council so specified in column (3) for the purposes of or in connection with the said Act of 1949, and the authority specified in column (3) shall supply such information and afford such assistance for the purposes of or in connection with the said Act as the council named in column (1) may reasonably require.

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(1)(2)(3)
The council of the London borough of NewhamThe area of the borough of Barking included in the London boroughThe council of the London borough of Barking
The council of the London borough of RedbridgeThe area of the borough of Dagenham included in the London boroughThe council of the London borough of Barking
The area of the urban district of Chigwell included in the London boroughThe urban district council of Chigwell
The council of the London borough of BromleyThe area of the urban district of Chislehurst and Sidcup included in the London boroughThe council of the London borough of Bexley
The London boroughThe Greater London Council
The council of any London boroughThe area of the county of Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent or Surrey included in the London boroughThe county council of Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent or Surrey
The county council of HertfordshireThe urban district of Potters BarThe Greater London Council
The county council of SurreyThe urban districts of Staines and Sunbury-on-ThamesThe Greater London Council

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