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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.
This Regulation amends Article 11 regarding standards for monumental tree and Article 17 regarding registration and announcement procedures for natural sites and natural assets.
Amends: Regulation on procedures and principles of determination, registration and approval of protected areas. (2012-07-19)
La presente Resolución aprueba el Manual de Operaciones del Programa Mejoramiento Integral de Barrios (PMIB), que es un documento técnico - normativo de gestión institucional y que contiene la descripción, principales procesos y organización del PMIB en concordancia con las políticas sectoriales del Ministerio de Vivienda, Construcción y Saneamiento y la normativa aplicable.
These Regulation amend for Wales, Part 2 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 so as to insert a new section (33ZA) on fixed penalty notices for contravention of section 33(1)(a) of the Act. The new section enable an authorised officer of a Welsh waste collection authority to issue a fixed penalty notice for contravention of that section in the area of the authority. Section 33(1)(a), subject to certain exemptions, prohibits the deposit of controlled waste or extractive waste in or on any land other than in accordance with an environmental permit.
These Regulations, made under sections 255 and 256 of the Heritage Act 2017 consisting of 33 sections and completed by twelve Schedules, objectives of these Regulations are: a) to prescribe forms and documents for the purposes of the Heritage Act 2017; b) to prescribe fees payable in relation to certain permits, reviews, consents and certificates under the Act; c) to exempt particular classes of people from certain fees relating to permits or consents; d) to authorize the Heritage Council to waive certain fees prescribed in these Regulations; e) to prescribe infringement offences and infrin