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This Regulation sets forth unified rules for the structure, content, and steps involved in planning, implementation, and monitoring of territory development interventions in order to detail the planning procedures at central and local levels and produce similar planning documentation in form and structure.The Regulation is composed of the following chapters: General Provisions (I); Planning Documents (II); Main Directions of the Planning Process regulating territory structure and zoning for planning reasons (III); Planning Standards and Indicators (IV); and Final and Transitory Provisions (
These Rules of the National Land Commission implement provisions of the Land Registration Act in respect of the amount of compensation to be awarded for land acquired under the Act. It, among other things, sets out factors to be taken into consideration when assessing compensation. The Commission shall determine an award based on the market value of the land to be acquired.
Implements: Land Act, 2012 (No. 6 of 2012). (2012-04-27)
These Regulations amend the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 by inserting a new paragraph (3A) into section 19 of the Act to require the Scottish Ministers to send a copy of the statement of accounts provided by the Commission to the Auditor General for Scotland for auditing. Part 2 of the Act establishes the Scottish Land Commission (“the Commission”). Section 19 of the Act makes provision regarding the accounts of the Commission.
Amends: Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2016 (2016 asp 18). (2016-04-22)
These Rules of the National Land Commission implement provisions of the Land Registration Act in respect of conversion of public land into private land. The national or county government may, on its own motion or upon a request, identify the land and notify the Commission, in Form LA I set out in the Schedule, of its intention to convert the land from one category to another pursuant to section 9 of the Act. The Commission shall consider the notification on specified criteria. For example, the land must not be part of an ecologically sensitive area.
These Rules of the National Land Commission implement provisions of the Land Registration Act in respect of expiry and renewal of leases. In order to determine whether to grant or decline to grant an extension, the Cabinet Secretary or the County Executive Committee Member responsible for matters relating to land of the respective county government shall consider various conditions.