(1) This section applies where—
(a) a local planning authority by resolution adopt a proposal for improving the amenity of part of their area, and
(b) the proposal involves the public ceasing to have any right of way with vehicles over a highway in that area, being a highway which is neither a trunk road[, a GLA road] nor a road classified as a principal road.
(2) [Where the public is to cease to have such a right of way at a place outside Greater London,] the Secretary of State may, on an application by a local planning authority who have so resolved, by order provide for the extinguishment of any right which persons may have to use vehicles on that highway.
(a) the public is to cease to have such a right of way at a place within a London borough, and
<(b) the conditions mentioned in subsection (2B)(a) or (b) are satisfied,<
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