Local Government (Water Pollution) Act 1977
Consultation by local authorities, sanitary authorities and boards of conservators.
24. — The Minister may, after consultation with the Minister for Fisheries, the Minister for Industry and Commerce, any other Minister who appears to him to be interested and the Water Pollution Advisory Council, make regulations requiring local authorities, sanitary authorities and boards of conservators to consult with such persons and in such manner in relation to the exercise of such powers and duties under this Act as may be prescribed.
Modifications (not altering text):
Minister required to consult in relation to making of regulations under section as provided (18.07.1990) by Local Government (Water Pollution) (Amendment) Act 1990 (21/1990), s. 29, commenced on enactment.
Consultation by Minister in relation to making of regulations.
29.—(1) Where the Minister considers that, having regard to the functions of any Minister of the Government, that Minister of the Government ought to be consulted in relation to the making of regulations under section 4 (10), 16 (10), 24, 25 (1), 26 (1) or 27 (1) of the Principal Act, he shall not make the regulations without having consulted with that Minister of the Government.
(2) So much of the enactments aforesaid as provide for consultation with specified persons in relation to the making of regulations shall cease to have effect.