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(1)For the purposes of the noise control provisions, the Scottish Ministers may by regulations prescribe the maximum level of noise (the “permitted level”) which may be emitted from relevant property.
(2)The permitted level shall be a level for noise as measured from any relevant place by an approved device used in accordance with any conditions subject to which the approval was given.
(3)Different permitted levels may be prescribed for different—
(a)periods of the week;
(b)areas or descriptions of areas;
(c)times of year; or
and the permitted level may be prescribed partly by reference to other levels of noise.
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