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The Community Infrastructure Levy (Amendment) Regulations 2013

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Amendment to Part 3 – charging schedules

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6.—(1) After regulation 11 (interpretation and application of Part 3) insert—

Exercise of Part 3 functions in anticipation that an MDC will be established

11A.  Where—

(a)the Mayor has complied with the requirements of section 197(3)(a) to (e) of the Localism Act 2011 in relation to any proposed Mayoral development corporation;

(b)the time period described in section 197(3)(f) of that Act has expired without the London Assembly having rejected the proposal; and

(c)the Mayor intends that the proposed Mayoral development corporation will become the charging authority for its area under section 206(2) and (5)(a) of PA 2008,

the Mayor may, until that proposed Mayoral development corporation becomes the charging authority for its area, carry out the functions of a charging authority under regulations 12 (format and content of charging schedules) to 23 (publication of the examiner’s recommendations) on behalf of the proposed Mayoral development corporation.

(2) In regulation 14(3) and (4) (setting rates) after “London borough council” insert “or MDC” in both places it appears.

(3) In regulation 22(4) after “London borough” insert “council or MDC”.

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