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A local authority can make its own byelaws - these are laws that only apply to its area. It can only make byelaws where an Act of Parliament gives a power to make them and they need have the approval of the Secretary of State.
Newcastle City Council has made byelaws including the following:
Eldon Garden Walkways - 1994
Employment of Children - 1999
Grainger Market - 1990
Hackney Carriages - 1983
Libraries - 2006
Quayside Sunday Market - 1991
Byelaws - Penalties for Offence
Penalties for an offence may have changed since the byelaw was first introduced.