§ Clause 6, page 6, line 4, after ("consent") insert ("under either of the said sections").
§ Clause 6, page 6, line 6, after ("for") insert ("any purpose shall neither be unreasonably withheld nor made subject to unreasonable conditions, and in the case of means of access required for ").
Clause 6, page 6, line 19, at end insert:
(c) consent under the said Section two to the erection or making of any building shall neither be unreasonably withheld nor be made subject to unreasonable conditions; and
(d) consent under Section one of this Act to the making of any excavation or the construction, formation or laying out of works in land subject to restrictions in force under that section for the purpose of constructing any underground sewer, drain, electric line, pipe, duct or other apparatus, shall not be withheld nor be made subject to any conditions save such as may be necessary for securing that the sewer, drain, electric line, pipe, duct, or other apparatus shall be laid in such manner and at such levels that the construction or improvement of a road there-over will not be prevented or prejudicially affected thereby.")
§ Clause 6, page 6, line 43, at end, insert ("to that estate or interest").
§ THE EARL OF PLYMOUTH
My Lords, the first three of these Amendments give the same right of appeal on questions with regard to access under Clause 1 as is given under Clause 2. Paragraph (d) is consequential on Clause 3 (3), which was inserted on the Report stage in your 1036 Lordships' House. The Amendment that follows, page 6, line 43, is a purely drafting Amendment. I beg to move that this House doth agree with the Commons in the said Amendments.
§ Moved, That this House doth agree with the Commons in the said Amendments.—(The Earl of Plymouth.)
§ On Question, Motion agreed to.