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2.—(1) The Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) (England) Regulations 2007(1) are amended as follows.
(2) For the entry at paragraph 12 of Class 12 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 (classes of advertisement for which deemed consent is granted), substitute—
“12. An advertisement displayed inside a building other than an advertisement—
(a)falling within Class I in Schedule 1; or
(b)displayed on the glazed surface of a telephone kiosk.”
(3) After Class 16 of Part 1 of Schedule 3 (class of advertisement for which deemed consent is granted) insert—
|“Class 17||Advertisements on a charging point for electric vehicles|
17. An advertisement displayed on a charging point for electric vehicles.
|Conditions and Limitations|
17.—(1) An advertisement may only be displayed by the person (“the relevant person”) who—
(a)installed the charging point;
(b)supplies the electricity to the charging point; or
(c)does both of the above.
(2) Only one advertisement may be displayed on the charging point by the relevant person.
(3) The advertisement must only display—
(a)the name of the relevant person;
(b)the device of that person; or
(c)both of the above.
(4) No advertisement may exceed 70 square centimetres in area.
(5) Where the person who installed the charging point and the person who supplies the electricity to the charging point are different people, no more than two advertisements are permitted on the charging point.
(6) Where there are two advertisements on a charging point, those advertisements are to be placed, so far as is reasonably practicable, so as to face in opposite directions.
(7) Illumination is not permitted.”
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