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27. A works notice under section 4 of the Water Act 2003 (existing impounding works: works notices) must—
(a)state the name and address of the person on whom the notice is served;
(b)specify the impounding works to which the notice relates;
(c)specify the works or operations required to be carried out and give the Agency’s reasons for requiring those works or operations to be carried out;
(d)state why it appears to the Agency to be necessary to serve the notice;
(e)inform the person on whom the notice is served of—
(i)his right to appeal under section 161C (appeals against works notices), as applied by section 4(3) of the Water Act 2003, and of the time for appealing; and
(ii)the requirements imposed by regulation 3 of the Anti-Pollution Works Regulations 1999, as applied by regulation 28, in relation to the exercise of that right; and
(f)set out the provisions of section 4(4) to (7) of the Water Act 2003 (which provide for consequences of not complying with a works notice).
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