(1) Regulations under section 220 may make provision for enabling the local planning authority to require—
(a) the removal of any advertisement which is displayed in contravention of the regulations, or
(b) the discontinuance of the use for the display of advertisements of any site which is being so used in contravention of the regulations.
(2) For that purpose the regulations may apply any of the provisions of Part VII with respect to enforcement notices or the provisions of section 186, subject to such adaptations and modifications as may be specified in the regulations.
(3) Without prejudice to an
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