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The Public Regulated Service (Galileo) Regulations 2018

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9.—(1) If written representations are made within the period specified under regulation 8(c), the compliance authority must consider the representations and may decide—

(a)to revoke the compliance notice and serve notice of such revocation on the person on whom the compliance notice has been served, or

(b)to serve an enforcement notice on such person.

(2) The enforcement notice must set out the reasons why the compliance authority considers the person is in breach of regulation 4 or a licence condition.

(3) The enforcement notice must specify a date by which the person to whom the notice is given must—

(a)cease any activity in breach of regulation 4,

(b)comply with a licence condition, or

(c)submit a proposal to ensure compliance with these Regulations.

(4) Where a person submits a proposal in accordance with paragraph (3)(c), the compliance authority must consider the proposal and, if the authority agrees with the proposal, the authority may set a date by which the proposal is to be implemented.

(5) If the compliance authority disagrees with the proposal, it must set out the measures or any additional measures required for compliance and set a date by which the measures must be implemented.

(6) If the compliance authority is satisfied that compliance measures have been implemented and the enforcement notice has been complied with, it may—

(a)revoke the enforcement notice and give notice of the revocation to the person on whom the enforcement notice was served, or

(b)specify additional requirements to ensure continued compliance.

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