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  1. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    No person shall, from the 1st day of January, 1997, undertake any of the categories of enterprise, construction or development specified in Column A of the Schedule, within the area specified in Column B thereof, except under and in accordance with a permit issued by the Natural Resources Conservation Authority. This requirement shall not apply to any category of enterprise, construction or development which was in existence before the 1st of January, 1997. (2 sections and a Schedule)

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    These Regulations provide for the grant of permits for activities in prescribed areas in the sense of section 9 of the Natural Resources Conservation Authority Act and the grant of licences in accordance with section 12 of the same Act for existing facilities. The Conservation Authority may, by notice, require the owner or any person having the charge or management of an existing facility to upgrade such facility to current standards applicable to new facilities (reg. 9). Regulation 13 provides for renewal of licences, regulation 15 for the revocation of suspension of a licence.

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    These Rules outline requirements for and procedures of notification of appeal and appeal with the Tribunal against enforcement notices pursuant to provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act. A notice shall be accompanied by the following documents: (1) the enforcement notice to which the appeal relates; (ii) where the relevant enforcement notice requires the cessation of work in any development, a certificate from the Government Town Planner certifying that the work has ceased in conformity with that Notice (rule 3). (5 rules)

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    This Act provides for coastal zone management in Jamaica and declares all rights in and over the foreshore of Jamaica and the floor of the sea to be vested in the Crown (sect. 3). Any person who is the owner or occupier of any land adjoining any part of the foreshore and any member of his family and any private guest of his shall be entitled to use that part of the foreshore adjoining his land for private domestic purposes, that is to say, for bathing, fishing, and other like forms of recreation and as a means of access to the sea for such purposes (sect. 4).

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    Regulations to implement provisions of the Forests Act and to provide for various other matters.The 74 regulations are placed under the following headings: Preliminary (regs. 1-4); Forest roads (regs. 5-12); Forest fires (regs. 13-17); Trespass (regs. 18-29); Enforcement (regs. 30-39); Community catchment areas (regs. 40-45); Private forestry (regs. 46-52); Leases of forest estates (regs. 53-58); Forest recreation (regs. 59-61); General (regs. 62-74).Regulation 4 defines the contents of a forest management plan in the sense of section 8 of the Act.

  6. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    These Regulations provide rules relative to the composition and operation of the Town and Country Planning Authority, appointment and protection of members of the Authority and related matters.

    Implements: Town and Country Planning Act. (2001)

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    These Regulations concern tree preservation orders which may be issued by local authorities under section 25 of the Town and Country Planning Act. The Regulations specify some procedural requirements and require the Minister to take into account objections and representations before confirming an order.

    Implements: Town and Country Planning Act. (2001)

  8. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    This Act provides for the management of public gardens, i.e. any land vested in the Commissioner of Lands, and designated by him or any entity acting on his behalf for use as public garden. It also prohibits various activities in such gardens and provides for seizure and impounding of stray animals. prohibited activities include: picking of fruits, plants or flowers; destroying of trees; and injuring of animals.

  9. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    This Act makes provision with respect to the promotion of prudent, effective and efficient management in Executive Agencies and the provision of appropriate mechanisms for proper management, accountability and transparency in the operations of Executive Agency. Executive agencies are public bodies designated by the Minister. Bodies designated as Executive Agencies include: the Management Institute for National Development; the National Environment and Planning Agency; and the National Land Agency. Every Executive Agency shall have its management scheme as set out in this Act.

  10. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Jamaica, Americas, Caribbean

    This Act consists of 44 sections and 3 Schedules. The sections are divided into 5 Parts: Preliminary (without number); National Resources Conservation Authority-Establishment and Functions (I); Financial Provisions, Accounts and Reports (II); Staff (III); General (IV).The National Resources Conservation Authority is established under section 3.

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