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Housing and Planning Bill - Report (5th Day) (Continued)

Part of the debate – in the House of Lords at 10:00 pm on 25th April 2016.

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Amendments 128YCM to 128YCT

Moved by Viscount Younger of Leckie

128YCM: Clause 179, page 93, line 12, leave out “a specified authority” and insert “the qualifying authority in relation to the land”

128YCN: Clause 179, page 93, line 13, at end insert “, and(d) the building or maintenance work is for purposes related to the purposes for which the land was vested in, or acquired or appropriated by, the qualifying authority in relation to the land.”

128YCP: Clause 179, page 93, line 29, at end insert “, and(d) the use is for purposes related to the purposes for which the land was vested, acquired or appropriated as mentioned in paragraph (b).”

128YCQ: Clause 179, page 93, line 33, leave out “a specified authority” and insert “the qualifying authority in relation to the land”

128YCR: Clause 179, page 93, line 35, at end insert “, and(d) the use is for purposes related to the purposes for which the land was vested in, or acquired or appropriated by, the qualifying authority in relation to the land.”

128YCS: Clause 179, page 93, line 37, at end insert—“(7A) Land currently owned by a qualifying authority is to be treated for the purposes of subsection (3)(c) or (6)(c) as if it were not currently owned by the authority.”

128YCT: Clause 179, page 93, line 41, at end insert—“(9) Nothing in this section authorises—(a) an interference with a relevant right or interest annexed to land belonging to the National Trust which is held by the National Trust inalienably, or(b) a breach of a restriction as to the user of land which does not belong to the National Trust—(i) arising by virtue of a contract to which the National Trust is a party, or(ii) benefiting land which does belong to the National Trust.(10) For the purposes of subsection (9)—(a) “National Trust” means the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty incorporated by the National Trust Act 1907, and(b) land is held by the National Trust “inalienably” if it is inalienable under section 21 of the National Trust Act 1907 or section 8 of the National Trust Act 1939.”

Amendments 128YCM to 128YCT agreed.

Clause 180: Compensation for overridden easements etc