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The Water Fluoridation (Proposals and Consultation) (England) Regulations 2013

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation and commencement

  3. 2.Interpretation

  4. 3.Further steps in relation to fluoridation proposal requiring notification to other local authorities

  5. 4.Decision to take further steps in relation to fluoridation proposal

  6. 5.Consultation in relation to a fluoridation proposal

  7. 6.Decision-making in relation to a fluoridation proposal

  8. 7.Voting by a joint committee on fluoridation proposal

  9. 8.Notification of the fluoridation decision to Secretary of State

  10. 9.Further steps in relation to a variation or termination proposal requiring notification to other local authorities

  11. 10.Decision to take further steps in relation to variation or termination proposal

  12. 11.Consultation in relation to a variation or termination proposal

  13. 12.Decision-making in relation to a variation or termination proposal

  14. 13.Voting by a joint committee on a variation or termination proposal

  15. 14.Notification of the variation or termination decision to Secretary of State

  16. 15.Variation proposals not requiring consultation or joint committee procedure

  17. 16.Termination of fluoridation arrangements without a termination proposal

  18. 17.Minimum term between termination proposals

  19. 18.Maintenance of section 87 arrangements

  20. 19.Consultation and decision on whether to propose that arrangements be maintained

  21. 20.Exercise of maintenance functions by a joint committee

  22. 21.Decision-making in relation to maintenance of arrangements

  23. 22.Voting by a joint committee on maintenance of arrangements

  24. 23.Notification of the maintenance decision to Secretary of State

  25. 24.Termination of section 87 arrangements

  26. 25.Revocation

  27. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE

      Formulae for calculating percentage points allocated to local authorities

      1. 1.Fluoridation proposal

      2. 2.The number of percentage points allocated to each local authority...

      3. 3.Variation or termination proposal

      4. 4.The number of percentage points allocated to each local authority...

      5. 5.Maintenance of arrangements

  28. Explanatory Note

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