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13.—(1) A permit scheme may—
(a)specify conditions, and
(b)include provision for the Permit Authority to specify conditions,
which are to apply to specified works which are carried out in specified streets to which, by virtue of provision made in the scheme under regulation 9(2), a requirement in that scheme to obtain a permit before those works are begun to be carried out is disapplied.
(2) Such conditions shall be of the types specified in the permit scheme under regulation 10(1) to (3).
(3) Where a permit scheme makes such provision as is permitted by paragraph (1)(b) it shall also—
(a)specify the method by which those undertaking the works are able to identify any conditions applicable to the works before they start, and
(b)specify how any variations to applicable conditions will be brought to the attention of those undertaking such works.
(4) Such conditions shall cease to apply once any required permit is issued.
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