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6.—(1) The Company may (subject to the consent required by section 34 (crown rights) of the 1983 Act as applied by paragraph 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 3) from time to time deepen, dredge, scour, cleanse, alter and improve the bed, channel and foreshore of the river in the vicinity of the authorised works and the approaches to the river, and blast any rock in the river, for the purpose of constructing and maintaining those works and obtaining, preserving and improving uninterrupted access to and from those works or any other part of the harbour undertaking.
(2) Subject to paragraph (3), any materials taken up or collected in the course of such operations shall (subject to the consent required by section 34 of the 1983 Act) be the property of the Company and may be used, sold, removed, deposited or otherwise disposed of as the Company may think fit.
(3) No such materials shall be deposited below the level of high water except in accordance with—
(a)such conditions and restrictions as may be approved by the Secretary of State; and
(b)Part 2 of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985(1).
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