A 'safety certificate' is required in respect of the use, at sports grounds1 which provide covered accommodation in stands for spectators2, and which are not designated sports grounds3, of each stand which provides covered accommodation for 5004 or more spectators to view activities at the ground, but one certificate may be issued in respect of several such stands5. A stand in respect of the use of which a safety certificate is required is referred to as a 'regulated stand'6. It is the function of the local authority7 to determine whether any, and if so, which of the stands at
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