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The Franchising Schemes (Service Permits) (England) Regulations 2018

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4.—(1) The requirements referred to in regulation 3(2)(a) are that the consultation document must include—

(a)a description of the proposed application procedure;

(b)a description of the proposed required information;

(c)the proposed amount of any fee that must accompany the application;

(d)the proposed periods of validity of service permits;

(e)the proposed period of time within which the franchising authority or authorities will take a decision on an application for a service permit;

(f)the proposed period of time between the date on which a service permit is granted and the effective time; and

(g)in a case where a person who has been granted a service permit wishes to vary or withdraw a local service, the proposed period of time between the date on which the person notifies the franchising authority or authorities of its intention and the date on which the variation or withdrawal is to take effect, such period not to exceed 56 days.

(2) The franchising authority or authorities may, in relation to paragraph (1)(e) and (f), specify different proposed periods of time in relation to different applications for a service permit.

(3) The franchising authority or authorities may, in relation to paragraph (1)(g), specify different proposed periods of time in relation to different grants of a service permit.

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