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The Tees Valley Combined Authority (Functions) Order 2017

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Conferral of functions on the Combined Authority

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3.—(1) The Combined Authority shall have in relation to the combined area functions corresponding to the following functions contained in the provisions in the 2011 Act, that the Mayor of London has in relation to Greater London—

(a)section 197 (designation of Mayoral development areas);

(b)section 199 (exclusion of land from Mayoral development areas);

(c)section 200 (transfers of property etc to a Mayoral development corporation);

(d)section 202 (functions in relation to town and country planning);

(e)section 204 (removal or restriction of planning functions);

(f)section 214 (powers in relation to discretionary relief from non-domestic rates);

(g)section 215 (reviews);

(h)section 216 (transfers of property, rights and liabilities);

(i)section 217 (dissolution: final steps);

(j)section 219 (guidance by the Mayor);

(k)section 220 (directions by the Mayor);

(l)section 221 (consents);

(m)paragraph 1 of Schedule 21 (membership);

(n)paragraph 2 of Schedule 21 (terms of appointment of members);

(o)paragraph 3 of Schedule 21 (staff);

(p)paragraph 4 of Schedule 21 (remuneration etc: members and staff);

(q)paragraph 6 of Schedule 21 (committees); and

(r)paragraph 8 of Schedule 21 (proceedings and meetings).

(2) The exercise by the Combined Authority of the functions corresponding to the functions contained in section 197 (designation of Mayoral development areas) of the 2011 Act requires the consent of all members of the Combined Authority appointed by the constituent councils, or substitute members acting in place of those members, whose local government area contains any part of the area to be designated as a Mayoral development area.

(3) The exercise by the Combined Authority of the functions corresponding to the functions contained in section 199 (exclusion of land from Mayoral development areas) of the 2011 Act in respect of any Mayoral development area requires the consent of all members of the Combined Authority appointed by the constituent councils, or substitute members acting in place of those members, whose local government area contains any part of the area to be excluded from a Mayoral development area.

(4) The exercise by the Combined Authority of the functions corresponding to the functions contained in section 202(2) to (4) of the 2011 Act (functions in relation to town and country planning) in respect of any Mayoral development area requires the consent of—

(a)the North York Moors National Park Authority, if the Combined Authority proposes to exercise the functions in respect of the whole or any part of the area of the North York Moors National Park Authority(1);

(b)each member of the Combined Authority appointed by a constituent council, or a substitute member acting in place of that member, whose local government area contains the whole or any part of the area in respect of which the Combined Authority proposes to exercise the functions.

(5) For the purposes of paragraphs (2), (3) and (4)(b), the consent must be given at a meeting of the Combined Authority.

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The North York Moors National Park Authority was established by article 3 of the National Park Authorities (England) Order 1996 (S.I. 1996/1243), as amended by S.I. 1996/2546, 1997/633, 1999/416, 2006/3165, 2009/557, 2009/837, 2010/490 and 2014/571. Article 3 of S.I. 1996/1243 was restated in article 3 of the National Park Authorities (England) Order 2015 (S.I. 2015/770).

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