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5. Before making an order, a local authority shall cause to be published in a newspaper circulating in its area a notice—
(a)identifying specifically or by description the place proposed to be identified;
(b)setting out the effect of an order being made in relation to that place, including the effect that order will have at particular times in relation to each category of premises specified in regulation 3(3)(b);
(c)identifying any premises within that place to which section 14(1B) of the 2001 Act applies at the time the notice is published; and
(d)inviting representations as to whether or not an order should be made.
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