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  1. Library Resource
    Regulations
    February, 2016
    United Kingdom

    These Regulations amend the Common Agricultural Policy Basic Payment and Support Schemes (Wales) Regulations 2015 and the Common Agricultural Policy (Integrated Administration and Control System and Enforcement and Cross Compliance) (Wales) Regulations 2014 by inserting provisions which provide that there will be a national reserve established by the Welsh Ministers setting out, in priority order, how funds in that reserve will be used.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    June, 2017
    Norway

    These Regulations, established by Royal Decree pursuant to Act No. 71 of 2008 and the EEA Agreement Annex XX No. 1 letter a (Directive 2014/52/EU) and no. 1 letter g (Directive 2001/42/EC), seek to ensure that consideration for the environment and society is taken into account during the preparation of plans and initiatives, and when considering and on what conditions plans or initiatives may be implemented.

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    July, 2016
    United Kingdom

    This Order, made under the Planning Act 2008, provides for “development consent” for a large specific wind farm project. This project shall conform various environmental standards and plans. The undertaker of the project shall also have regard to various requirements regarding discharge of water and protection of water resources. The Order does not authorise any water discharge activities or groundwater activities for which a licence is required pursuant to regulation 12(1)(b) of the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010.

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    Regulations
    April, 2017
    United Kingdom

    These Regulations implement the requirements of the Directive 2011/92/EU as amended by 2014/52/EU for environmental impact assessment procedures in the context of the nationally significant infrastructure regime which extends to England and Wales and for limited purposes to Scotland. To the extent that these Regulations implement the Directive in relation to this regime, they extend to Wales and Scotland.

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    September, 2016
    United Kingdom

    These Regulations amend the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 so as to, among other things: to prescribe circumstances in which a local planning authority must designate all of the area specified in a neighbourhood area application; insert a new Part 8A which provides for cases where a qualifying body requests the Secretary of State to intervene to decide whether to put a proposal for a neighbourhood development order or plan to referendum.

  6. Library Resource
    Regulations
    February, 2016
    United Kingdom

    This Order, made under section 13(4) and 14(7) of the Landfill Tax (Scotland) Act 2014, provides that, subject to specified conditions e, the material listed in column 2 of the Schedule is qualifying material for the purposes of the lower rate of Scottish landfill tax. The Order provides for conditions that must be met in relation to material that consists of fines where a loss on ignition test in accordance with guidance published by Revenue Scotland must be carried out.

    Implements: Landfill Tax (Scotland) Act 2014 (2014 asp 2). (2014-01-21)

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    March, 2016
    United Kingdom

    The Regulations make amendments to the Landfill Tax Regulations 1996 in order to make changes to the operation of the Landfill Communities Fund (the ‘LCF’). These Regulations, first, reduce the maximum amount of credit that a registered person may receive in respect of LCF contributions in any contribution year. Secondly, the Regulations prevent registered persons making payments to approved bodies on condition that the sums paid may only be invested in order to generate interest.

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    Regulations
    August, 2016
    Lithuania

    The Minister validates the methods of land rehabilitation of landscapes damaged as a result of subsoil management due to mining and extraction of minerals. It shall not be applicable to deep quarries subject to issuance of special permits for operation thereof. Land rehabilitation procedure must be performed by land owners and land tenants that have extracted common minerals on surface or near surface for their own individual needs.

  9. Library Resource
    Regulations
    October, 2017
    United Kingdom

    These Regulations make provision for the selection, designation, registration and notification of sites to be protected under the Council Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora. These Regulations also implement aspects of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009. They make provision in respect of European sites for: (a) control of damaging operations caused by human activity; (b) special nature conservation orders and restoration orders; (c) byelaws of the appropriate nature conservation body; and (d) compulsory acquisition.

  10. Library Resource
    Regulations
    December, 2017
    Ireland

    These Regulations give effect to Ireland's 4th Nitrates Action Programme, and provide statutory support for good agricultural practice to protect waters against pollution from agricultural sources and include measures such as periods when land application of fertilisers is prohibited, limits on the land application of fertilisers, storage requirements for livestock manure, and monitoring of the effectiveness of the measures in terms of agricultural practice and impact on water quality.

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