3 edition of Local Government Act 1972 found in the catalog.
Local Government Act 1972
Great Britain. Department of the Environment.
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This publication, from the Local Government Association, cannot be downloaded. The Secretary of State must be satisfied that 'adequate provision will be made for allotment holders displaced by the action of the local authority, or that such provision is unnecessary or not reasonably practicable'. Councils may wish to use the model revocation byelaw. The Bill also provided names for the new counties for the first time. Two pairs of small administrative counties were also merged at this time, to form Huntingdon and Peterborough and Cambridgeshire and Isle of Ely.
At the head of the legal hierarchy were the High Sheriff and the Custos rotulorum keeper of the rolls for each county. Lancashire can be firmly dated to Where a local authority decides that a more than minor modification is required to the byelaw, then that local authority is making a major modification and so essentially creating a new byelaw. In addition, when assessing demand the local authority must take into account any written representations on the need for allotments by any 6 residents on the electoral register or persons liable to pay council tax.
The Redcliffe-Maud commission was set up in A byelaw is amended under the same power Local Government Act 1972 book enabled the making of that byelaw. If, thereafter, the Secretary of the Treas- ury determines that such government 'has used funds in violation of subsection ahe shall notify such government of his determination and shall request repayment to the United States of an amount equal to the funds so used. The Survey of Allotments, Community Gardens and City Farms, carried out by the University of Derby on behalf of the Department for Communities and Local Government in showed that the national average provision was 13 plots per 1, households although questionnaires were received on less than half of allotment sites in England which casts doubt on whether the findings presented in the report relating to sites are valid. If a local council decides that a more than minor modification is required to the byelaw, then that local council is making a major modification and so essentially revoking more than was originally intended and consulted upon.
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It states that the " Apart from the creation of new county boroughs, the most significant change since and the establishment of metropolitan boroughs in the County of Local Government Act 1972 book had been the establishment in of Greater London and its thirty-two London boroughscovering a much larger area than the previous county.
Members of the public have the right Local Government Act 1972 book obtain copies of the proposed byelaws and the report, for a reasonable charge. Qt one newspaper of general irculat;on. For purposes of subparagraph Athe amount of any reduction in the entitlement of a State government under this subsection for any entitlement period shall.
Local councils are required to audit allotment provision as part of Planning Policy Guidance In retrospect, these "statutory" counties can be identified as the predecessors of the ceremonial counties of England. Ex- cept as provided in this title, amounts in the Trust Fund may be used only for the payments to State and local governments pro- vided by this subtitle.
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The Act introduced 'agency', where one local authority usually a district could act as an agent for another authority. If the total amount appropriated under section b 2 for any eiltitlement period ending on or before December 31,or tfthorized under section c 2 for any entitlenict period begin?
Amending a byelaw The process for amending a byelaw is the same for making a new byelaw. The provisions of paragraph 2 may be waived in whole or in part in accordance with regulations of the Secretary if the budget processes required under applicable State or local laws or charter prcisions assure the opportunity for public attendance and par- 18 ticipation contemplated by the provisions of this subsection and a portion of such process includes a hearing on the proposed use of funds made available under subtitle A in relation to its entire budget.
After the Norman Conquest in and the harrying of the Northmuch of the North of England was left depopulated and was included in the returns for Cheshire and Yorkshire in the Domesday Book. The lieutenancies were subsequently given responsibility for the Volunteer Force.
For purposes of subparagraph A Local Government Act 1972 book, a ftd;,g by a Federal or State administrative agency shall be deemed ren- dered after notice and opportunity for a hearing if it is rendered pursuant to procedures consistent with the provi- sions of subchapter II of chapter 5, title 5, United States Code.
Greater London was not adopted insince, according to the Post Office at the time, it would have been too expensive to do so, while it gave as its reason for not adopting Greater Manchester the ambiguity of the name with the Manchester post town.
Unless there is a Town or Parish Council the duty to provide sufficient allotments falls with the District Council in that area. These were of two types: "metropolitan" and "non-metropolitan" counties.
Where a local council does retain a model byelaw, any changes to the wording should be kept to a minimum. An amount equal to the reduction Local Government Act 1972 book payments to any State government or unit of local government which results from the application of this sec- tion after any judicial review under section shall be transferred from the Trust Fund to the general fund of the Treasury on the lay on which such reduction becomes final.
The The Allotments Act - specifies that land purchased or appropriated by local authorities for use as allotments must not be disposed of without Ministerial consent. Most provisions of the Act came into force Local Government Act 1972 book midnight on April 1 This Part of this Act shall extend to Wales only.
If, thereafter, he determines that paragraph 1 requires the reduction of such entitlement, he shall also determine the amount of such reduction and shall notify the Governor of such State of such determinations and shall withhold from subsequent payments to such State government under this subtitle an amount equal to such reduction.
If this paragraph applies with respect to any county area for any entitlement period, the remaining portion allocated under para- graph 2 to the units of local government located in the county area other than the county government and the township govern- ments shall be appropriately reduced to reflect the amounts set aside under subparagraph A.
Suggested wording of the newspaper notice is: [Name of Council] Notice is hereby given that [Name of Council] intends to make new byelaws [insert here a description of the byelaws, their effect and their geographical extent]. Such regu nations shall include such provisions as may be necessary to a.
The local authority must also remove any signs relating to the now revoked byelaw. Large exclaves affected by the Act included the County Durham exclaves of IslandshireBedlingtonshire and Norhamshirewhich were subsequently treated as hundreds of Northumberland ; and those parts of Halesowen forming part of Shropshire, which was subsequently treated as part of Worcestershireas the remainder already was.
However, the district council need only send copies to a parish council or chairman of a parish meeting in their district if the byelaws apply to the parish area. Seaham and Easington were to be part of the Sunderland district.planning notices local government act section (1), (2a) disposal of public open space - land off greenheys crescent tottington bury.
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The Local Government Act (Sec ) states that “every local authority shall make arrangements for the proper administration of their financial affairs ” and the Local Government Act Local Government Act 1972 book Full Council to approve the council’s budget and council tax demand.
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