A local planning authority1 whose area consists of or includes the whole or any part of a national park2 may make byelaws for the prohibition or restriction of traffic of any description on any lake in the park3. The power is exercisable for the purposes of:
(1) ensuring the safety of persons resorting to the lake4;
(2) regulating all forms of sport or recreation involving the use of boats or vessels5;
(3) conserving the amenity and natural beauty of any such lake and the surrounding area6; and
(4) preventing nuisances or damage, particularly from excessive noise7.
Without prejudice to the
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