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Statutory Instruments

1974 No. 1351

LOCAL GOVERNMENT, ENGLAND AND WALES

The Local Authorities Etc. (Miscellaneous Provision) (No. 4) Order 1974

Made

1st August 1974

Laid before Parliament

15th August 1974

Coming into Operation

5th September 1974

The Secretary of State for the Environment and the Secretary of State for Wales, in exercise of the powers conferred upon them by sections 254(1)(a) and (2)(a), (b) and (c) and 266(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 and section 34(1) of the Water Act 1973 and of all other powers enabling them in that behalf, hereby make the following order:—

Title and commencement

1.  This order may be cited as the Local Authorities etc. (Miscellaneous Provision) (No. 4) Order 1974 and shall come into operation on 5th September 1974.

Territorial extent of exercise of powers

2.—(1) Article 10(1), in so far as it relates to Part II of Schedule 2, and article 10(2), are made by the Secretary of State for the Environment.

(2) Article 10(1), in so far as it relates to Part III of Schedule 2, and article 10(3), are made by the Secretary of State for Wales.

(3) Subject to paragraphs (1) and (2), this order is made by the Secretary of State for the Environment in relation to England and by the Secretary of State for Wales in relation to Wales.

Interpretation

3.—(1) The Interpretation Act 1889 shall apply for the interpretation of this order as it applies for the interpretation of an Act of Parliament.

(2) In this order “the Act” means the Local Government Act 1972.

(3) In this order—

(a)references to any enactment shall be construed as references to that enactment as amended, extended or applied by or under any other enactment;

(b)references to any instrument shall be construed as references to that instrument as amended, extended or applied by any other instrument.

(4) Any reference in this order to a numbered article or schedule shall, unless the reference is to an article or schedule of a specified order, be construed as a reference to the article or schedule bearing that number in this order.

Miscellaneous amendments of public general and other Acts

4.—(1) In the Act to provide for the better regulation of certain common pastures within the borough of Beverley, enacted on 21st June 1836(1)—

(a)in section VI (Elections of pasture-masters to be held before mayor), for “or One or more of the Aldermen of the said Borough” there shall be substituted “of the Borough of Beverley or One or more of the Councillors of such Borough”; and

(b)in section X (In case of death or inability of mayor, council to appoint an alderman to preside at the election of pasture-masters)—

(i)for “the Mayor of the said Borough” there shall be substituted “the Mayor of the Borough of Beverley”; and

(ii)for “Aldermen of the said Borough” there shall be substituted “Councillors of the said Borough”.

(2) In the Local Government Act 1888 in section 69(11), for “the councils of boroughs mentioned in the Third Schedule to this Act” there shall be substituted “the councils of London boroughs and the Common Council of the City of London”.

(3) In the Abingdon Corporation Act 1951—

(a)in section 4(2) (interpretation) there shall be inserted—

The Town Council” means the Town Council of Abingdon;”;;

(b)in Part IV (fisheries) for “the Corporation”, wherever occurring, there shall be substituted “the Town Council”; and

(c)in section 52(1) (fishing permits) for “the guildhall in the borough” there shall be substituted “the Abingdon Guildhall”.

(4) In the Milford Haven Conservancy Act 1958, in Part I of the First Schedule (constitution of the Milford Haven Conservancy Board), for sub-paragraph (h) of paragraph 2 there shall be substituted—

(h)three by the County Council of Dyfed..

(5) In the Water Act 1958, in Schedule 1 (procedure for making orders), in the first item in the table in paragraph 1(1), for the entry (a) there shall be substituted—

(a)Every local authority whose area would be affected by the order..

(6) The enactments specified in Schedule 1 are hereby repealed to the extent mentioned in column (3) thereof.

(7) The repeal of section 3 of the Local Government Act 1888 shall not affect any functions exercised by any authorities existing on or after 1st April 1974.

Amendment and revocation of instruments

5.—(1) The Local Government (Conferences) Regulations 1965(2) are hereby revoked.

(2) In the Local Authorities etc. (Miscellaneous Provision) (No. 3) Order 1974(3) in article 4(1) (dissolution of charter trustees), for “Lydd, Folkestone and Margate” there shall be substituted “Folkestone, Margate and Ramsgate”.

Cheshire Brine Pumping (Compensation for Subsidence) Act 1952

6.—(1) The amendments set out in the following paragraphs shall be made in the Cheshire Brine Pumping (Compensation for Subsidence) Act 1952.

(2) In section 3, the definition of “corporation” shall be omitted; and for the definitions of “county” and “local authority” there shall be substituted—

county” means the county of Cheshire; and

““local authority” means the council of a district wholly or partly within the compensation district;”..

(3) In section 8(1), for the words following “of the county council” there shall be substituted “and the district councils of Congleton, Crewe and Nantwich and Vale Royal by those bodies respectively, and in the case of the district councils of Macclesfield, Manchester, Trafford and Warrington in manner provided by Part II of the Second Schedule to this Act and shall be notified by the appropriate officer to the clerk of the Compensation Board not later than the second Thursday in November in the appropriate year”.

(4) In section 8(2), for the definition of “appropriate officer” there shall be substituted—

appropriate officer” means

(5) In section 27(3), for the third and fourth items there shall be substituted— “by the District Council of Vale Royal…two”.

(6) In section 38(1), for “the local planning authority and to the local authority of the county district” there shall be substituted “the county council and to the council of the district”.

(7) In section 38(2), for “The local planning authority or the local authority” there shall be substituted “The county council or the district council”.

(8) In section 45(5)(a), for the words preceding “shall apply” there shall be substituted—

The provisions contained in section 236(3) to (8) and in sections 237 and 238 of the Local Government Act 1972.

(9) In section 45(5)(b), for “250” there shall be substituted “235”.

(10) In section 52(b), for the words preceding “shall apply” there shall be substituted “Sections 173 to 178 of the Local Government Act 1972”.

(11) In section 56, for “section 290 of the Local Government Act 1933” there shall be substituted “section 250 of the Local Government Act 1972”.

(12) For Schedule 1 there shall be substituted—

FIRST SCHEDULEAREAS FORMING THE COMPENSATION DISTRICT

The Borough of Congleton other than the area of the former borough of Congleton.

The Borough of Crewe and Nantwich other than the parish of Nantwich.

The Borough of Macclesfield other than—

so much of the area of the former borough of Macclesfield as was comprised in that borough on 31st March 1955;

the area of the former urban district of Wilmslow, and

the parishes of Adlington, Alderley Edge, Bollington, Bosley, Disley, Hurdsfield, Kettleshulme, Lyme Handley, Macclesfield Forest, Pott Shrigley, Poynton-with-Worth, Prestbury, Rainow, Sutton, Wildboarclough and Wincle.

The District of Vale Royal other than the parishes of Alvanley, Aston, Dutton, Frodsham, Helsby, Kingsley, Manley, Norley and Sutton.

In the City of Manchester, the parish of Ringway.

In the Borough of Trafford, the parishes of Carrington, Dunham Massey, Partington and Warburton.

In the Borough of Warrington, the parishes of Lymm and Stretton..

(13) For Part I of Schedule 2 there shall be substituted—

PART I

Appointing authority Number of members
Borough Council of CongletonOne
Borough Council of Crewe and NantwichOne
District Council of Vale RoyalTwo
District councils of Macclesfield, Manchester, Trafford and WarringtonOne

Osgoldcross Joint Cremation Board

7.—(1) The Osgoldcross Joint Cremation Board Order 1954 is hereby revoked.

(2) The Osgoldcross Joint Cremation Board (hereinafter referred to as “the Board”) shall cease to exist.

(3) All property and liabilities vested in or attaching to the Board shall by virtue of this order be transferred to and vest in or attach to the City Council of Wakefield (hereinafter referred to as “the City Council”).

All contracts, deeds, bonds, agreements and other instruments subsisting in favour of, or against, and all notices in force which were given (or have effect as if they had been given) by, or to, the Board shall be of full force and effect in favour of, or against, the City Council.

Any action or proceeding or any cause of action or proceeding, pending or existing immediately before the coming into operation of this order, by, or against, the Board shall not be prejudicially affected by reason of this order, and may be continued, prosecuted and enforced by, or against, the City Council.

(4) The accounts of the Board and of the committees and officers thereof shall be made up to the date of the coming into operation of this order and shall be audited in like manner and subject to the same incidents and consequences as if the Board had not been dissolved;

Provided that any sum certified by a district auditor as due from any person shall be paid to the City Council.

(5) Any officer of the Board shall be transferred to the employment of the City Council, and paragraphs (1), (6), (8) and (13) of article 13 of the Local Authorities etc. (Staff Transfer and Protection) Order 1974(4) shall apply to such officer as they apply to officers transferred by an article, scheme or determination mentioned in the said paragraph (1).

Charter of University College of Wales

8.—(1) The amendments set out in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this article shall be made in the Charter of the University College of Wales, granted on 10th September 1889, and the provisions of paragraphs (4) to (6) of this article shall have effect for the purposes therein mentioned.

(2) In article 17 (ex-officio Governors) for paragraphs (1) and (11) there shall be substituted—

(1) The Lord-Lieutenants and Lieutenants of Dyfed and Powys and the Lord-Lieutenant of Gwynedd (or at the wish of the Lord-Lieutenant a Lieutenant of Gwynedd in his place).;

(11) The Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen of the education committees of the county councils of Dyfed, Gwynedd and Powys..

(3) In article 18 (representative Governors)—

(a)for paragraphs (2) and (3) there shall be substituted—

(2) (i) Twelve persons by the County Council of Dyfed;

(ii)Four persons by the County Council of Gwynedd; and

(iii)Eight persons by the County Council of Powys.;

(3) (i) Four persons by each of the district councils of Brecknock, Carmarthen, Ceredigion, Dinefwr, Llanelli, Meirionnydd, Montgomery, Preseli, Radnor and South Pembrokeshire; and

(ii)Two persons by the Town Council of Aberystwyth.;

(b)paragraph (4) shall cease to have effect.

(4) The following provisions of the said Charter, namely—

paragraph (13) of article 17 (Head Teachers of certain schools to be ex-officio Governors) and

paragraphs (6) and (7) of article 18 (representative Governors to be elected by certain school Managers and Head Teachers)

shall continue to have effect as if the former counties of Brecon, Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Merioneth, Montgomeryshire, Pembroke and Radnorshire were still in existence and were “the said Counties” or “the said seven counties” referred to in those paragraphs.

(5) Statute 6 of the Statutes of the said University College (regulations relating to the election of representative Governors by certain Head Teachers) shall continue to have effect as if the former counties therein specified were still in existence.

(6) For the purposes of the first appointments under paragraph (3) of this article—

(a)the Registrar shall take such action as is necessary to secure elections by the nominating authorities as soon as practicable after the coming into operation of this order;

(b)the periods of office of the persons so elected shall be deemed to commence on 10th September 1974; and

(c)Statute 4 of the Statutes of the said University College (certain requirements as to elections of representative Governors etc.) shall not have effect.

Franchise and prescriptive rights

9.—(1) The powers to maintain markets in streets and to hold fairs exercisable immediately before 1st April 1974 by the corporation or council of the borough of Helston shall be exercisable by the Town Council of Helston.

(2) The right of wreck enjoyed immediately before 1st April 1974 by the corporation or council of the borough of Southwold shall be exercisable by the Parish Council of Southwold.

(3) Any parish council to whom any matter is transferred by paragraph (1) or (2) above shall have the same powers in relation thereto as were exercisable immediately before 1st April 1974 by the corporation or council from whom the matter is transferred.

Property, liabilities, contracts, etc., notices and proceedings

10.—(1) Any property described in column (2) of Part I, II or III of Schedule 2 of an authority named in column (1) and all liabilities attaching to the said authority in respect of any such property shall by virtue of this order be transferred to and vest in or attach to the authority specified in respect of such property in column (3), and—

(a)all contracts, deeds, bonds, agreements and other intruments subsisting in favour of, or against, and all notices in force which were given (or have effect as if they had been given) by, or to, the authority named in the said column (1) in respect of such property and liabilities shall be of full force and effect in favour of, or against, the authority specified in column (3); and

(b)any action or proceeding or any cause of action or proceeding, pending or existing at the coming into operation of this order, by, or against, the authority named in the said column (1) in respect of such property and liabilities shall not be prejudicially affected by reason of this article, and may be continued, prosecuted and enforced by, or against, the authority specified in column (3).

(2) Articles 11, 17, 23, 28, 29, 32, 33, 34(2), 35, 38 and 39 of the Local Authorities (England) (Property etc.) Order 1973(5) and articles 7 and 8 of the Local Authorities etc. (England) (Property etc.: Further Provision) Order 1974(6) shall apply as if paragraph (1) above and Parts I and II of Schedule 2 were contained in the said order of 1973.

(3) Articles 11, 17, 23, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33(2), 34, 37 and 38 of the Local Authorities (Wales) (Property etc.) Order 1973(7) and articles 6 and 8 of the Local Authorities etc. (Wales) (Property etc.: Further Provision) Order 1974(8) shall apply as if paragraph (1) above and Parts I and III of Schedule 2 were contained in the said order of 1973.

(4) The Teesside Airport shall be held by the County Council of Cleveland for the joint use and benefit of themselves, the County Council of Durham and such other local authorities as may from time to time be agreed on by the said county councils.

(5) The Newcastle Airport shall be held by the County Council of Tyne and Wear for the joint use and benefit of themselves and the County Councils of Durham and Northumberland.

(6) Article 8 (sewers and sewage disposal works) of the Local Authorities (England) (Property etc.) Order 1973 as extended by article 4(4) of the Local Authorities etc. (England) (Property etc.: Further Provision) Order 1974 shall also apply to branch and trunk sewers constructed by the Harlow New Town Development Corporation under the Public Health Act 1936 and included as general development expenditure in Schedule No. 1 to the Corporation's accounts, and article 16A inserted in the said order of 1973 by article 4(10) of the said order of 1974 shall have effect accordingly.

(7) In item 26 in Schedule 2 to the Local Authorities (England) (Property etc.) Order 1973 as amended by article 4(18)(c)(viii) of the Local Authorities etc. (England) (Property etc.: Further Provision) Order 1974 the word “Hampshire” wherever occurring, and the entry for the Hampshire police authority in Schedule 4 to the said order of 1973 as amended by article 4(20)(b) of the said order of 1974, shall cease to have effect.

(8) All property and liabilities immediately before 1st April 1974 vested in or attaching to the Hampshire police authority shall by virtue of this order be transferred to and vest in or attach to the County Council of Hampshire or the Hampshire Police Authority, as may be appropriate, and—

(a)all contracts, deeds, bonds, agreements and other instruments subsisting in favour of, or against, and all notices in force which were given (or have effect as if they had been given) by, or to, the said police authority in respect of such property or liabilities shall be of full force and effect in favour of, or against, the County Council of Hampshire or the Hampshire Police Authority, as the case may be; and

(b)any action or proceeding or any cause of action or proceeding, pending or existing immediately before the coming into operation of this order, by, or against, the said police authority in respect of such property or liabilities shall not be prejudicially affected by reason of the Act, and may be continued, prosecuted and enforced by, or against, the County Council of Hampshire or the Hampshire Police Authority, as the case may be.

Transfer of certain officers

11.  Any officer transferred by article 6(8) of the Local Authorities etc. (Staff Transfer and Protection) Order 1974 to the employment of the County Council of Greater Manchester shall be transferred to the employment of such County Council and the City Council of Manchester, and paragraphs (1), (6), (8) and (13) of article 13 of the said order shall apply to such officer as they apply to officers transferred by an article, scheme or determination mentioned in the said paragraph (1).

Compulsory purchase orders

12.  Where under paragraph (1) of article 22 of the Local Authorities etc. (Miscellaneous Provision) Order 1974(9) a water authority is substituted as the authority to be authorised to acquire the land comprised in a compulsory purchase order and section 121 of the Act is substituted as the Act under which the compulsory acquisition is authorised, that section shall have effect as if any reference therein to a principal council included a reference to the water authority.

Discharges of water or sewage by Thames Water Authority

13.  Nothing in the Rivers (Prevention of Pollution) Acts 1951 to 1961 (which apply by virtue of section 9 of the Water Act 1973) shall penalise or otherwise render unlawful any discharge from an outlet which on 31st July 1964 formed part of the sewerage works of the London County Council and was used solely for the purpose of discharging storm water or storm sewage in the Thames area as defined in section 94 of the Port of London Act 1968 so long as the outlet continues to be so used.

This article shall cease to have effect on 1st April 1975.

Anthony Crosland

Secretary of State for the Environment

31st July 1974

John Morris

Secretary of State for Wales

1st August 1974

Article 4(6)

SCHEDULE 1REPEAL OF ENACTMENTS

(1)(2)(3)
ChapterShort TitleExtent of Repeal
13 & 14 Vict. c. 105The Liberties Act 1850The whole Act
37 & 38 Vict. c. 45The County of Hertford and Liberty of St. Alban Act 1874The whole Act
45 & 46 Vict. c. 50The Municipal Corporations Act 1882

Section 6

Section 7(3)

Section 146

46 & 47 Vict. c. 18The Municipal Corporations Act 1883

Sections 2 to 4

Section 15

Schedule 1

51 & 52 Vict. c. 41The Local Government Act 1888

Section 3

Section 59(2)

Section 64

Section 83

Schedule 3

1960 c.67The Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings) Act 1960In the Schedule, in paragraph 1(d) the words “(including joint education committees)” and “, and divisional executives constituted under Part III”

Article 10(1)

SCHEDULE 2TRANSFER OF PARTICULAR PROPERTIES

PART I

(1)(2)(3)
Transferor authorityPropertyTransferee authority
Any county councilAny property which by any order constituting a combined police force was expressly left vested in the council of a county borough.The council specified in respect of such council of a county borough in Part II of Schedule 4 to the Local Authorities (England) (Property etc.) Order 1973 or the Local Authorities (Wales) (Property etc.) Order 1973

PART II

(1)(2)(3)
Transferor authorityPropertyTransferee authority
The County Council of CumbriaBaliol School, SedberghThe County Council of North Yorkshire
The County Council of DerbyshirePear Tree House, Pear Tree Road, DerbyThe Borough Council of Derby
The County Council of Derbyshire6·07 acres of land to the north of Stanton Road, Sandiacre, being part of O.S. 8124The District Council of Erewash
The County Council of LancashireKnowsley St Albert's RC Primary (Aided) School, Cantril Farm, LiverpoolThe Borough Council of Knowsley
The County Council of EssexThe former Borough Weights and Measures Offices in South Street, ColchesterThe Borough Council of Colchester
The Borough Council of AshfordTenterden Town HallThe Parish Council of Tenterden
The Borough Council of AshfordEast Cross recreation groundThe Parish Council of Tenterden
The Borough Council of AshfordSt Michael's recreation groundThe Parish Council of Tenterden
The Borough Council of AshfordEast Cross GardensThe Parish Council of Tenterden
The District Council of ChilternThe Memorial Gardens, Broadway, AmershamThe Town Council of Amersham
The District Council of ChilternThe Market Hall, Market Place, AmershamThe Town Council of Amersham
The Borough Council of Colchester6, Trinity Street, ColchesterThe County Council of Essex
The District Council of CotswoldRedesdale Hall, Moreton-in-MarshThe Parish Council of Moreton-in-Marsh
The District Council of DartfordSwanscombe ParkThe Parish Council of Swanscombe
The District Council of DartfordKnockhall Road playing fieldThe Parish Council of Swanscombe
The District Council of DartfordGreenhithe ForeshoreThe Parish Council of Swanscombe
The District Council of DartfordSwanscombe sports groundThe Parish Council of Swanscombe
The District Council of DartfordCobham Terrace children's playgroundThe Parish Council of Swanscombe
The District Council of DartfordThe Grove HallThe Parish Council of Swanscombe
The District Council of DartfordChurch Road HallThe Parish Council of Swanscombe
The Borough Council of Erewash335, 339, 341, 343, 345, 351, 355, 359 and 361 Stenson Road, DerbyThe Borough Council of Derby
The District Council of Hambleton5·07 acres of land, bounded by the Applegarth Car Park and Sun Beck, the Applegarth Road, the Cattle Market, Ashlea Road, Upwell Road and Applegarth County Primary School, NorthallertonThe Parish Council of Northallerton
The District Council of HoldernessThe Hedon Town Hall and Town Hall Cottage, and the garden and land adjacent theretoThe Parish Council of Hedon
The District Council of KennetAll land and buildings (other than swimming pools) held for purposes of physical training, recreation, parks and open spaceThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetAll land and buildings held for the purpose of crematoriaThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetAll public conveniences situated in parks and public open spacesThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet1, 2 and 3, Little BrittoxThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet18, 19, 24 and 26, the BrittoxThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetLand occupied by Wiltshire Vegetables Limited at Commercial RoadThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetRange of buildings used for storage in Couch LaneThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetThe Corn Exchange, Market PlaceThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet23, The Market PlaceThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet13, 14 and 15, Maryport StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet21, Monday Market StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet37, New Park StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetThe Town Hall, St John's StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetSite of former 16, St John's StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of KennetTwo small parcels of land adjoining Hillworth ParkThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet11, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28, Sidmouth StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet1, 2 and 3, Albion StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The District Council of Kennet1 and 29/30, Sheep StreetThe Parish Council of Devizes
The City Council of LiverpoolCroxteth Hall and Estate, LiverpoolThe County Council of Merseyside
The Borough Council of MiddlesbroughThe Teesside AirportThe County Council of Cleveland
The City Council of Newcastle upon TyneThe Newcastle AirportThe County Council of Tyne and Wear
The District Council of North HertfordshireThe Royston CaveThe Parish Council of Royston
The District Council of North HertfordshireThe Royse StoneThe Parish Council of Royston
The District Council of North Hertfordshire9/11, Kneesworth StreetThe Parish Council of Royston
The District Council of North Hertfordshire30, Kneesworth Street and Stamford's YardThe Parish Council of Royston
The District Council of North HertfordshireThe Town Hall, RoystonThe Parish Council of Royston
The District Council of North HertfordshireThe Youth Club, Market Hill, RoystonThe Parish Council of Royston
The District Council of North HertfordshireStile Plantation, RoystonThe Parish Council of Royston
The District Council of North HertfordshireGreen Walk Plantation, RoystonThe Parish Council of Royston
The City Council of NottinghamLeasehold interest in the first and second floors of York House, Mansfield Road, NottinghamThe County Council of Nottinghamshire
The City Council of NottinghamLeasehold interest in the first floor of Minerva House. Spaniel Row, NottinghamThe County Council of Nottinghamshire
The District Council of PurbeckChildren's play area, Drax AvenueThe Parish Council of Wareham
The District Council of PurbeckChildren's Corner, Mistover RoadThe Parish Council of Wareham
The District Council of PurbeckPlaying field, BestwallThe Parish Council of Wareham
The District Council of PurbeckRecreation ground and pavilion, Worgret RoadThe Parish Council of Wareham
The District Council of PurbeckCaravan Site, North CausewayThe Parish Council of Wareham
The District Council of PurbeckCar Park, Howards LaneThe Parish Council of Wareham
The District Council of PurbeckWorkmen's Institute, Mill LaneThe Parish Council of Wareham
The District Council of PurbeckSmall area adjoining Swanage PierThe Town Council of Swanage
The District Council of PurbeckTwo greenhouses situated at the junction of Rabling Road and Victoria AvenueThe Town Council of Swanage
The District Council of Purbeck4·72 acres of land and all buildings thereon being surplus railway property in town centre east of Northbrook BridgeThe Town Council of Swanage
The District Council of ShepwayApproximately 0·55 acres of land forming the southern portion of ‘Oaklands’ gardens bounded on the southerly side by allotment gardens at the rear of properties in Napier Gardens and on the easterly side by premises formerly used as a Civil Defence Training CentreThe Parish Council of Hythe
The District Council of ShepwayWakefield Walk, South Road and Ladies Walk Recreation GroundsThe Parish Council of Hythe
The District Council of Shepway

The following pieces of land used as recreation grounds

Piece known as “The Rype” bounded by Queens Road, Paine Avenue, Manor Road, Hamilton Road, and Skinner Road

Piece bounded by part of a road leading from Ness Road to the junction of Dolphin Road and South Street, Dolphin Road and Mill Road

Triangular piece bounded by Mill Road, Dolphin Road and a road leading from Dolphin Road to Mill Road

Piece bounded by the said road leading from Dolphin Road to Mill Road, Dolphin Road and a property known as “Sycamores”

Triangular piece bounded by Dolphin Road, Grisbrook Road and Manor Road

Two triangular pieces bounded by Paine Avenue, Dolphin Road and Manor Road

Two triangular pieces bounded by Skinner Road, Hamilton Road and Manor Road

The Parish Council of Lydd
The District Council of ShepwayThe Memorial Gardens, LyddThe Parish Council of Lydd
The District Council of ShepwayApproximately 0·135 acres of land situate on the easterly side of Manor Road together with the building erected thereon known as “The Pavilion”The Parish Council of Lydd
The District Council of ShepwayForeshores in the Parishes of Lydd and Broomhill extending from Stone End, Greatstone to a point near “Jury's” Gut Sluice in the Parish of BroomhillThe Parish Council of Lydd
The District Council of Shepway9·893 acres of land bounded on the north by Station Road together with the Maude Memorial HallThe Parish Council of New Romney
The District Council of Shepway1·892 acres of land bounded by Ashford Road, Rolfe Lane and Fairfield Road, New RomneyThe Parish Council of New Romney
The District Council of Shepway2·86 acres of land commonly known as “St Martin's Field”The Parish Council of New Romney
The District Council of Shepway0·073 acres of land known as “the flagstaff land” together with the flagstaff and ornamental cannons thereonThe Parish Council of New Romney
The District Council of Shepway1·67 acres of land on the southerly side of Marine Parade and Grand Parade, Littlestone-on-Sea lying between the sea wall and the public highway together with public conveniences, bathing chalets, shelter, ornamental fountain and beach huts erected thereonThe Parish Council of New Romney
The District Council of ShepwayThe Assembly Rooms, New Romney, together with the Memorial GardenThe Parish Council of New Romney
The District Council of Vale of White HorseThe corporate fisheries within the meaning of the Abingdon Corporation Act 1951The Town Council of Abingdon
The District Council of West DorsetLangmoor GardensThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetLord Lister Gardens including the retaining structure on Marine ParadeThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetGeorge's Gardens, Monmouth StreetThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetGreen House, Coombe StreetThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetSite of former Alice in Wonderland Cafe, Marine ParadeThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetLand at Church Cliff leased from the Lyme Regis Parochial Church CouncilThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetLepers Well GardenThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetThe Beach Office on Marine Parade including huts and kiosksThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetPlaying field, Anning RoadThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetInformation bureau, Marine ParadeThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetThe Guildhall, Church StreetThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetMarine Theatre, Church StreetThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetRecreation Supervisor's office on Monmouth BeachThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetLand at Monmouth Beach, including the bowling green, boat parks, beach huts and chaletsThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetWoodmead Halls and adjoining land, Hill RoadThe Parish Council of Lyme Regis
The District Council of West DorsetBroadmead playing fieldThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West DorsetCourt Orchard playing fieldThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West DorsetPlottingham playing fieldThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West DorsetSkilling playing fieldThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West DorsetBorough Gardens, South StreetThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West DorsetSt Mary's playing fieldThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West Dorset32, South StreetThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West DorsetTown Hall, Bridport, together with the shop and two public conveniences underneathThe Town Council of Bridport
The District Council of West DorsetThe Terrace Playing Fields, Blackberry Lane (Quarr Lane) siteThe Parish Council of Sherbourne
The District Council of West DorsetPageant GardensThe Parish Council of Sherbourne
The District Council of West DorsetChildren's playgrounds at St Paul's Green, Castletown WayThe Parish Council of Sherbourne
The District Council of West DorsetSt Paul's Close/McCreery Road Garages, Culverhayes, Lenthay Close, LittlesfieldThe Parish Council of Sherbourne
The District Council of West DorsetThe Digby HallThe Parish Council of Sherbourne
The District Council of West DorsetWestbury HallThe Parish Council of Sherbourne
The District Council of West OxfordshireRecreation Ground, Worcester Road, Chipping NortonThe Parish Council of Chipping Norton
The District Council of West OxfordshirePool Meadow, New Street, Chipping NortonThe Parish Council of Chipping Norton
The District Council of West OxfordshireMiddle Row Garden, Middle Row, Chipping NortonThe Parish Council of Chipping Norton
The District Council of West OxfordshireRecreation Ground, New Road, WoodstockThe Parish Council of Woodstock
The District Council of West WiltshireDepot of the former Urban District Council, Frome Road, Bradford on AvonThe County Council of Wiltshire
The District Council of West WiltshireDepot of the former Urban District Council, Oldfield Road/Station Road, WestburyThe County Council of Wiltshire
The Parish Council of BeaconsfieldHoltspur CemeteryThe District Council of Beaconsfield
The Parish Council of BeaconsfieldShepherds Lane CemeteryThe District Council of Beaconsfield
The Parish Council of BecclesBeccles CemeteryThe District Council of Waveney
The Parish Council of CarnforthCarnforth Cemetery, Kellet RoadThe City Council of Lancaster
The Parish Council of FileyFiley Lawn Cemetery together with one hut situate at the rear of Grange Avenue and Padbury AvenueThe Borough Council of Scarborough
The Parish Council of FileyPublic shelter at the junction of Station Avenue/Station RoadThe Borough Council of Scarborough
The Parish Council of FileyFour bus shelters at Scarborough Road and Bridlington RoadThe Borough Council of Scarborough
The Parish Council of FileyWar Memorial and garden associated therewith situate in Murray Street, FileyThe Borough Council of Scarborough
The Town Council of Grange-over-SandsBurial grounds (including cemeteries)The District Council of South Lakeland
The Town Council of Grange-over-SandsTown and village greens and common landThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Town Council of Grange-over-SandsAll bus and public sheltersThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Town Council of Grange-over-SandsThe war memorial in GrangeThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Town Council of Grange-over-SandsPublic clocks in the townThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of HytheHorn Street burial groundThe District Council of Shepway
The Parish Council of HytheThe burial ground adjacent to St Leonards ChurchyardThe District Council of Shepway
The Parish Council of HytheThe North Road burial groundThe District Council of Shepway
The Parish Council of KendalBurial grounds and cemeteriesThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of KendalTown greens and common landThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of KendalBus sheltersThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of KendalPublic clocksThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of KendalCycle parksThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of KendalPublic sheltersThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of LakesThe Cemetery, GrasmereThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of LakesAll town and village greens and common landThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of LakesThe public clock on the Mechanic's Institute, AmblesideThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of LyddMill Road burial groundThe District Council of Shepway
The Parish Council of New RomneyThe cemetery and building thereon on the southerly side of Church RoadThe District Council of Shepway
The Parish Council of New Romney1·033 acres of land intended as an extension of the cemeteryThe District Council of Shepway
The Parish Council of OkehamptonMarket Street car parkThe District Council of West Devon
The Parish Council of OkehamptonMill Road Car ParkThe District Council of West Devon
The Parish Councils of Preesall and Stalmine-with-StaynallCemetery at Cemetery Lane, PreesallThe Borough Council of Wyre
The Parish Council of PriddyAll property of the former Burrington Parish Council held under the Burial ActsThe Parish Council of Burrington
The Parish Council of SeatonThe public cemetery, SeatonThe District Council of East Devon
The Parish Council of TenterdenTenterden cemetery and closed church burial groundsThe Borough Council of Ashford
The Town Council of UlverstonUlverston cemeteryThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Town Council of UlverstonBus and public sheltersThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Town Council of UlverstonThe public clock on the Cumbrian Trustee Savings Bank, Union Street, UlverstonThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of WhitbyThe burial grounds, cemetery mortuary, sexton's house/cemetery office, green houses, outbuildings and mortuary chapel, all situate at Larpool Lane, WhitbyThe Borough Council of Scarborough
The Parish Council of Whitby13 bus and public sheltersThe Borough Council of Scarborough
The Parish Council of WindermereCemeteries at Glebe Road, Windermere and Rayrigg Road, BownessThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of WindermereAll town and village greens and common landThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Parish Council of WindermereAll bus and public shelters including the bandstand at the Glebe, BownessThe District Council of South Lakeland
The Anglian Water Authority28, St Giles Street, NorwichThe City Council of Norwich
The Thames Water AuthorityThree parcels of land adjoining the Cambridge railway line comprising 351·2 acres, 28 acres and 2·6 acres respectivelyThe Harlow New Town Development Corporation
The Thames Water AuthorityThe Netteswell balancing pondThe Harlow New Town Development Corporation
The Thames Water Authority3·8 acres of land adjoining the Stort NavigationThe Harlow New Town Development Corporation
The Hampshire Police Authority59, Clarendon Road, ChristchurchThe County Council of Hampshire
The Hampshire Police Authority241 Fairmile Road, ChristchurchThe County Council of Hampshire
The Humberside Police AuthorityThe wireless mast and site at HibaldstowThe Lincolnshire Police Authority
The West Yorkshire Police AuthorityPolice Cadet Training Centre, Buckden, SettleThe County Council of West Yorkshire

PART III

(1)(2)(3)
Transferor authorityPropertyTransferee authority
The District Council of Alyn and DeesideCommunity Centre, Chapel Street, Connah's QuayThe Town Council of Connah's Quay
The District Council of Alyn and DeesideThe site of a proposed Community Centre for the Broad Oak Estate, Connah's Quay, being the land comprised in a Conveyance dated 16th August 1973The Town Council of Connah's Quay
The District Council of CarmarthenCawdor Hall, Newcastle EmlynThe Community Council of Newcastle Emlyn
The Borough Council of Neath42, Brynmair Road, GodreamanThe Borough Council of Cynon Valley
The Borough Council of NeathApproximately 1·48 acres of allotments land at Ynysmaerdy Road, Briton FerryThe Community Council of Neath
The Borough Council of NeathApproximately 0·58 acres of allotments land adjoining Old Road, NeathThe Community Council of Neath
The Welsh National Water Development AuthoritySo much of the Elan Aqueduct as is outside the area of the Authority as defined in section 2(2)(b) of the Water Act 1973The Severn-Trent Water Authority

EXPLANATORY NOTE

This Order makes further provision incidental, consequential, transitional and supplementary to the Local Government Act 1972 and the Water Act 1973 relating to—

(a) the amendment, repeal or revocation of certain public general and other Acts and instruments;

(b) the abolition of one joint board;

(c) the charter of the University College of Wales;

(d) the transfer of certain property, etc.;

(e) the transfer of certain officers;

(f) the operation of section 121 of the Act of 1972 in relation to certain compulsory purchase orders; and

(g) discharges of water and sewage by the Thames Water Authority.

(1)

6 Will. 4 c. lxx.

(2)

(1965 III, p. 4760).

(3)

(1974 II, p. 3637).

(4)

(1974 I. p. 1709).

(5)

(1973 III, p. 6401).

(6)

(1974 I, p. 1276).

(7)

(1973 III, p. 6452).

(8)

(1974 I, p. 1264).

(9)

(1974 I, p. 1690).