These Regulations make provision in respect of Scotland for certain aspects of a new scheme under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 for the remediation of contaminated land including land where controlled waters (including those used for the supply of drinking water for human consumption) are being affected by the land.
This Regulation establishes that maximum limits of hazardous substances serve as the basis for assessing the condition of soil and ground water and, if necessary, for planning the measures to be employed in order to improve their condition. The maximum limits of hazardous substances are reference value and target value. In case of soil, reference values are given for dry soil.
These Regulations make provision with respect to measures of enforcement for purposes of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1972. It concerns, among other things: contents of enforcement notices; appeals against enforcement notices; and registration of (matters relating to) certain enforcement notices.
These Regulations are designed to standardise applications for payment of compensation under the Forestry Acts.
This Order sets rules on administrative amendments and additions resulting from surveying companies operations. A survey company may only be established by private or partnership joint stock, or by merging with existing survey companies. A shareholder who no longer meets the requirements asked by the surveying company must ensure this is notified within 1 month.
In addition to minor and drafting amendments, these Regulations amend the principal Regulations by enabling rights to be enjoyed in virtue of Council Regulation (EC) 1460/95 which gives to option of land being counted as being set aside for the purposes of the set-aside requirements of article 7(1) of Council Regulation (EC) 1765/92.
These Regulations amend the Public Rights of Way (Combined Orders) (England) Regulations in relation with Orders made by local authorities creating, stopping up or diverting public rights of way. They also insert references to the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.
Amends: Public Rights of Way (Combined Orders) (England) Regulations 2008 (S.I. No. 442 of 2008). (2008-02-19)
The Order applies to the application for appointing survey and cadaster land inspectors. These requests shall be submitted to the National Survey and Cadaster authorities in order to obtain professional international authorization of duty qualification.
The aim pursued by this Directive is the protection of the environment against the harmful effects caused by the discharge, treatment or deposit of waste oils. For the purposes of these provisions “waste oils” shall mean any liquid or semi-liquid used products totally or partially consisting of mineral or synthetic oil, including the oily residues from tanks, oil-water mixtures and emulsions.
This Order concerns public inquiries a public inquiry be held in respect of an application for planning permission in accordance with article 12 of the Planning and Building (Jersey) Law 2002. It sets out the procedure of such inquiries and provides for appointment of an inspector and supporting officers for purposes of an inquiry.