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Regulation 6(1)(c), 9(2)(d)
1. The name of the order making authority.
2. The title of the order.
3. A brief statement of the effect of the order in relation to the road or other place where it is displayed.
4. An address at which a copy of the order, and a copy of the authority’s statement of reasons for proposing to make the order can be inspected, and the times when such inspection can take place.
5. Where the notice is displayed pursuant to regulation 6(1) (publication of proposals), the address to which, and the period during which, objections to the order can be made, and a statement that all objections must be made in writing and must specify the grounds on which they are made.
6. Where the notice is displayed under regulation 9(2) (notice of public inquiry), the date, time and place of the public inquiry and the name of the person appointed to hold the inquiry.
1. Where the order relates to any road, the notice shall be displayed in a prominent position at or near each end of the road and in such other positions as the order making authority think requisite for securing that adequate information about the subject matter of the notice is given to persons using the road.
2. Where the order relates to an off-street parking place, the notice shall be displayed in one or more prominent positions in the road or roads giving access to the parking place, and where the parking place is in public use, in the parking place itself.
3. Where the order relates to a loading area the notice shall be displayed in a prominent position in or near to the loading area and in such other positions as the order making authority think requisite for securing that adequate information about the subject matter of the notices is given to persons using or intending to use the loading area.
4. The notice shall first be displayed as aforesaid not later than the first publication of the corresponding notice in the local newspaper and the authority who display the notice shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that it remains in a legible condition and continues to be so displayed–
(a)in the case of a notice of proposals not announcing the holding of a public inquiry, until the end of the objection period;
(b)in the case of a notice announcing the holding of a public inquiry, until the date on which the inquiry begins.
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