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The Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) (Amendment) Regulations 1987

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1.  In this Schedule—

“existing directional advertisement”means a directional advertisement which is being displayed with express consent or with consent deemed to be granted under these Regulations;

“traffic sign”means a sign (whether or not it is a directional advertisement) employed wholly for the control, guidance or safety of traffic, and displayed by, or with the permission of, a local highway, traffic or police authority in accordance with regulations and general directions made by the Secretary of State or in accordance with an authorisation and any relevant direction given by him.

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