Town and Regional Planning (Amendment) Act, 1939

Extension of powers to make special prohibitions.

10.—(1) Where a planning authority has passed a resolution for the making of a planning scheme, such planning authority, in addition to the powers conferred on them by sub-section (1) of section 57 of the Principal Act, may at any time after passing such resolution and before such planning scheme comes into operation prohibit the execution of any specified work (including the cutting down of any specified forest, wood or tree) in the area to which such planning scheme is proposed to relate.

(2) In the Principal Act and this Act the expression “special prohibition” shall include a prohibition made under this section.