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(1)In respect of the land shown on the Parliamentary plans numbered 1 to 70b, 71, 72 to 72b, 72d, 73a and 73b in the local government area of Renfrewshire the powers conferred by sections 12 to 16 of this Act shall be subject to such requirements as Glasgow Airport Limited may reasonably make to ensure that there is no material adverse impact on the operation or safety of its airport undertaking.
(2)Any difference arising under this section between the authorised undertaker and Glasgow Airport Limited shall, unless the parties otherwise agree, be determined by arbitration.
(3)The authorised undertaker shall not take possession of any or all of the land referred to in subsection (1) or commence any part of the authorised works on that land until agreement is reached or a determination is made in accordance with this section.
(4)Notwithstanding the terms of section 67(1) of the Abolition of Feudal Tenure etc. (Scotland) Act 2000 (asp 5) the authorised undertaker may (in respect of the land referred to in subsection (1)), require a lease of that land to be granted in its favour for a period of no more than 250 years.
(5)In this section Glasgow Airport Limited means Glasgow Airport Limited, a company incorporated under the Companies Acts in Scotland (company no. 096624), or any successor to that company as operator of Glasgow Airport.
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