Every conservation board1 must, within two years after the date on which it is established, prepare and publish a plan which formulates its policy for the management of its area of outstanding natural beauty2 and for the carrying out of its functions in relation to it3, to be known as an 'area of outstanding natural beauty management plan'4. The relevant local authority5 in respect of an area of outstanding natural beauty must, before the end of the period of three years6 prepare and publish a plan which formulates its policy for the management of the area of outstanding natural
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