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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    This Act provides for various matters relating to wildlife and forestry including: functions of the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands, acquisition of land and rights, natural heritage areas, nature reserves and refuges, protection of flora, wild birds and wild animals, and regulation and control of wildlife dealing.

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    An Act to amend and extend The Fisheries Acts, 1959 to 1997, The Foreshore Act, 1933, And The Fishery Harbour Centres Act, 1968, and to provide for connected matters.

    Legislation
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    The amendments of this Act to the Fisheries Acts, 1959 to 1997, the Foreshore Act, 1933, and the Fishery Harbour Centres Act, 1968 concern the granting of a foreshore licence for aquaculture purposes under the Act of 1933, or a fish culture licence under section 15 of Fisheries Acts, 1959 to 1997. These licences shall be deemed to an aquaculture licence granted under the Fisheries (Amendment) Act of 1997. Specific conditions are set out for the procedures of granting a foreshore licence deemed to be an aquaculture licence under the 1997 Act.

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    An Act to make provision for the granting of leases and licences in respect of foreshore belonging to Saorstát Eireann and to amend generally the law relating to foreshore and the seashore.

    Legislation
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    Section 2 allows the Minister to grant leases on the foreshore in the public interest. "Foreshore" means the bed and shore, below the line of high water of ordinary or medium tides, of the sea and of every tidal river and tidal estuary and of every channel, creek and bay of the sea or of any such river or estuary. Every lease shall contain prescribed clauses or covenants as listed in section 2.

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    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    The purpose of these Regulations is to facilitate compliance with the European Court of Justice ruling of 21 September 1999 (Case C-392/96) that the EIA thresholds adopted by Ireland in relation to initial afforestation and peat extraction exceeded the discretion available to Ireland under Directive 85/337/EEC on Environmental Impact Assessment in that they did not take account of the nature, location or cumulative effect of projects below these thresholds. The threshold for mandatory EIA in relation to these activities is reduced.

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations implement provisions of the Planning and Development Act, 2000 in relation with, among other things, control of development, exempted development, environmental impact assessments, coastal zone development control and plans and guidelines for development.

  6. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations prescribe bodies for consultation and submission of observations to the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government in respect of an application for a foreshore lease, licence or permission as may be issued under the Foreshore Act. They also prescribe a statutory time limit for such consultations.

    Implements: Foreshore Act, 1933. (1933-06-30)

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    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations principally amend the Planning and Development Act 2000 for the purpose of giving further effect to Council Directive No. 85/337/EEC and Council Directive 92/43/EEC in relation to proposed development in protected areas established pursuant to Community legislation.

  8. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations principally amend the Planning and Development Act 2000 for the purpose of giving further effect to Council Directive No. 85/337/EEC and Council Directive 92/43/EEC in relation to proposed development in protected areas established pursuant to Community legislation. The Regulations concern, among other things: mineral exploitation development; notifications under section 5 of the Act; exempted development; and definition of development proposed to be carried out by a local authority that is a planning authority.

  9. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations designate a coastal area as a Special Protection Area in accordance with Article 4 of Directive 2009/147/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Conservation of Wild Birds. The purpose is to ensure survival and reproduction of all species of birds to which Article 4 relates and in particular those listed in Schedule 3 to these Regulations. Schedule 4 lists activities that require the consent of the Minister and may cause disturbance or damage to birds protected under Schedule 3.

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    Regulations
    Ireland, Europe, Northern Europe

    These Regulations amend the Planning and Development Act, 2000 in section 261A, which was inserted in that Act by section 75 Planning and Development (Amendment) Act 2010. The section concerns the approval of quarries in protected areas and relative environmental impact assessment.

    Amends: Planning and Development Act, 2000 (Act No. 30 of 2000). (2000-08-28)

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