(1) The Secretary of State may make regulations under this Act—
(a) for prescribing the form of any notice, order or other document authorised by or required by this Act to be served, made or issued by any local authority [or National Park authority];
(b) for any purpose for which regulations are authorised or required to be made under this Act (other than a purpose for which regulations are authorised or required to be made by another Minister).
(2) Any power conferred by this Act to make regulations shall be exercisable by statutory instrument.
[(2A) Regulations may make different provision for different purposes.]
(3) Any statutory instrument containing regulations made under this Act (except regulations under section 88 [or paragraph 15(5) or 16 of Schedule 4B] and regulations which by virtue of this Act are of no effect unless approved by a resolution of each House of Parliament) shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.
[(3ZA) No regulations may be made under section 59A(9) unless a draft of the instrument containing the regulations has been laid before, and approved by a resolution of, each House of Parliament.]
[(3ZAA) No regulations may be made under section 100ZA(1) unless a draft of the instrument containing the regulations has been laid before, and approved by a resolution of, each House of Parliament.]
[(3ZB) No regulations may be made under section 106ZB unless a draft of the instrument containing
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