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Forth Crossing Act 2011

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The Bill for this Act of the Scottish Parliament was passed by the Parliament on 15th December 2010 and received Royal Assent on 20th January 2011

An Act of the Scottish Parliament to give the Scottish Ministers power to construct a new bridge over the Firth of Forth and to construct and improve associated roads and structures; to authorise the acquisition, or temporary possession and use, of land for construction and improvement works; and for connected purposes.

Prospective

Part 1 SWorks

1Power to construct Forth Crossing etc.S

(1)Ministers may—

(a)carry out the principal works, being the works set out in schedule 1 for the construction of a new bridge over the Firth of Forth (“the Forth Crossing”) and for the construction or improvement of associated roads and structures, and

(b)carry out and maintain the ancillary works, being—

(i)such works of the type described in schedule 2, and

(ii)such other works of any type,

as Ministers consider necessary or expedient for the purposes of, in connection with, in consequence of or incidental to the carrying out of the principal works or the maintenance of those works under the 1984 Act.

(2)The principal works and the ancillary works are together referred to in this Act as the “Forth Crossing works”.

2Bridge proportionsS

Ministers, when carrying out or maintaining the principal works, must ensure—

(a)that the Forth Crossing provides headroom of not less than 47.85 metres above ordnance datum (Newlyn) between—

(i)Central Tower and the North Tower, and

(ii)Central Tower and the South Tower,

(b)that the Central Tower is located on Beamer Rock,

(c)that there is a clear span between the Central Tower and the North Tower which is not less than 580 metres,

(d)that there is a clear span between the Central Tower and the South Tower which is not less than 580 metres,

(e)that the height of the Central Tower does not exceed 220 metres above ordnance datum (Newlyn), and

(f)that the height of the North Tower and the South Tower does not exceed 210 metres above ordnance datum (Newlyn).

3Maximum construction heightS

Ministers, when carrying out or maintaining the principal works, may not operate above the maximum construction height without the consent of the airport operator of Edinburgh Airport.

maximum construction height” means—

(a)

for works associated with the Central Tower, 235 metres above ordnance datum (Newlyn), and

(b)

for works associated with the North Tower, the South Tower and any other part of the Forth Crossing, 225 metres above ordnance datum (Newlyn).

4Limits of deviation etc.S

(1)Subject to sections 2 and 3, Ministers, when carrying out or maintaining the principal works, may—

(a)deviate laterally from the lines or situations shown on the Parliamentary plans to any extent within the limits of deviation, and

(b)deviate vertically from the levels shown on the Parliamentary sections to any extent upwards or downwards.

(2)Ministers may carry out and maintain the ancillary works only within the Act limits.

5Bridge marking and lightingS

(1)Ministers must—

(a)ensure that the Forth Crossing is adequately marked and lit—

(i)during construction, and

(ii)at all times after construction,

(b)maintain the marking and lighting in good working condition (for example, by acting as soon as reasonably practical to rectify any defects or failures which cause the marking and lighting to fall below that standard), and

(c)immediately notify the airport operator of Edinburgh Airport of any defect or failure in the marking or lighting which cause it to fall below that standard.

(2)Ministers must consult the airport operator of Edinburgh Airport on the marking and lighting of the Forth Crossing—

(a)before construction of the Forth Crossing begins,

(b)immediately after construction of the Forth Crossing is complete,

(c)before any of the marking or lighting is renewed or replaced (except where done so as an urgent repair or in accordance with routine maintenance), and

(d)at other times as they think fit.

(3)Ministers must comply with any reasonable request notified to them by the airport operator of Edinburgh Airport which—

(a)concerns the marking and lighting of the Forth Crossing,

(b)is made in order to discharge an obligation on the operator which—

(i)concerns aviation security and safety, and

(ii)arises by virtue of any enactment,

(c)specifies the enactment and any other relevant material by virtue of which the obligation arises, and

(d)is not inconsistent with any other obligation on Ministers under any enactment.

6Interference with navigationS

(1)Ministers, when carrying out the Forth Crossing works, may interfere with a right of navigation in the Firth of Forth (within the Act limits) but only—

(a)to the extent as may be required to carry out or maintain the Forth Crossing works, or

(b)where the Forth Crossing works may endanger navigation.

(2)The interference with navigation may consist of such steps as Ministers consider necessary, including—

(a)controlling navigation,

(b)temporary closure of the Firth of Forth, or a part of it, to navigation,

(c)carrying out scour protection works,

(d)construction of temporary structures,

(e)construction of facilities for temporary mooring or anchoring of barges and other vessels,

(f)placing, removing or maintaining buoys, beacons or other navigational warning apparatus.

(3)Ministers must—

(a)consult the relevant navigation authority before interfering with a right of navigation, and

(b)take reasonable steps to secure that the minimum obstruction, delay or interference is caused to vessels using or intending to use the Firth of Forth.

(4)Ministers are not liable for any loss arising (including any costs or expenses sustained) as a direct or indirect result of exercising their powers under this section.

7Dredging etc.S

(1)Ministers, when carrying out or maintaining the Forth Crossing works, may deepen, widen, dredge, scour, cleanse, alter, improve, or blast rock on any part of the bed of the Firth of Forth (within the limits of deviation).

(2)Ministers may use, appropriate or dispose of anything removed in exercise of the power conferred by this section.

8Marine (Scotland) Act 2010S

No activity authorised by this Act constitutes a licensable marine activity for the purposes of Part 4 of the Marine (Scotland) Act 2010 (asp 5).

9Interference with railwaysS

Ministers must—

(a)consult the relevant railway undertaker before beginning any ancillary works which they consider may interfere with a railway, and

(b)consider any representations by the undertaker on the carrying out of those works.

10Trees and shrubsS

(1)Ministers may cut down or lop, or cut back the roots of, any tree or shrub near any part of the Forth Crossing works where they consider that such action is reasonably necessary in order to prevent the tree or shrub from—

(a)obstructing or otherwise interfering with the carrying out, maintenance or operation of the Forth Crossing works,

(b)obstructing or otherwise interfering with any apparatus used in connection with the Forth Crossing works, or

(c)constituting a danger to persons carrying out or using the Forth Crossing works.

(2)Ministers, when taking such action in relation to a tree or shrub, must make reasonable efforts to avoid unnecessary damage to the tree or shrub.

(3)Neither—

(a)a tree preservation order made under section 160(1) of the 1997 Act, nor

(b)section 172 of the 1997 Act,

has effect in relation to anything Ministers do for the purposes of the Forth Crossing works in relation to a tree, group of trees or woodland.

Prospective

Part 2 SRoads

11Special roadsS

(1)Ministers may designate any road or proposed road identified in schedule 3 (or any part of such a road) as a special road for the use by traffic falling within such classes set out in Schedule 3 to the 1984 Act as are specified in column (4) of schedule 3.

(2)Ministers must—

(a)give notice of a designation (and of the date from which it takes effect) to—

(i)the local authority for each area through which the road runs, and

(ii)the navigation authority for any water which the road crosses, and

(b)take such steps as they consider reasonable to bring the designation, and the date from which it takes effect, to the attention of the public.

(3)Ministers are to be treated for the purposes of the 1984 Act and all other enactments as having been authorised by a scheme under section 7 of the 1984 Act to provide a special road designated under this section (and are accordingly to be the “special roads authority” in relation to that road).

(4)This section is, for the purposes of section 145 of the 1984 Act, to be treated as a scheme made under section 7 of the 1984 Act (and section 145 of the 1984 Act accordingly operates, with necessary modifications, to allow the repeal or other modification of this section).

12Trunk roadsS

(1)Each proposed road identified in schedule 3 or 4 becomes a trunk road on the date this subsection comes into force.

(2)A road identified in schedule 5 becomes a trunk road on such date as is determined by Ministers.

(3)A road designated under section 11 as a special road which is not already a trunk road becomes a trunk road on the day it becomes a special road.

(4)Ministers must—

(a)give notice of a determination (and of the date from which it takes effect) to—

(i)the local authority for each area through which the road runs, and

(ii)the navigation authority for any water which the road crosses, and

(b)take such steps as they consider reasonable to bring the determination, and the date from which it takes effect, to the attention of the public.

(5)Section 112 of the 1984 Act applies (with any necessary modifications) where a road becomes a trunk road by virtue of subsection (2) or (3).

(6)Nothing in this section prevents Ministers from detrunking a road which becomes a trunk road under this section (or any part of such a road) by making a subsequent order to that effect under section 5 of the 1984 Act.

(7)In the definition of “trunk road” in section 151(1) of the 1984 Act, after “Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997” insert “ or by virtue of section 12 of the Forth Crossing Act 2011 (asp 2) ”.

13Roads to be transferred to local roads authoritiesS

(1)Ministers must, before beginning a work specified in column (3) of schedule 6—

(a)consult the relevant local roads authority listed in column (4) of schedule 6, and

(b)consider any representations by the authority on the carrying out of that work.

(2)Each road identified in schedule 6 is transferred to the local roads authority listed for that road in column (4) of that schedule on its transfer date.

(3)The transfer date for a road identified in schedule 6 is the next 1st April following the date on which Ministers notify the local roads authority that the road is opened for the purposes of through traffic.

(4)Section 112 of the 1984 Act applies (with any necessary modifications) to the transfer of such a road to the local roads authority, whether or not the road in question is a trunk road.

14Stopping up of roadsS

(1)Ministers may, when carrying out the Forth Crossing works, stop up each road identified in schedule 7.

(2)A road identified in Part 2 of schedule 7 must not be stopped up unless—

(a)the substitute for the road identified in column (5) of Part 2 of schedule 7 has been completed and is available for use, or

(b)a temporary alternative road is provided and is available for use.

(3)Ministers may, without making any payment, appropriate and use for the purposes of the Forth Crossing works so much of a stopped up road as is bounded on both sides by land within the limits of deviation.

(4)Ministers must, before stopping up any road, take such steps as they consider reasonable to bring the closure date, and any alternative road, to the attention of the public.

(5)Where Ministers open a substitute road identified in column (5) of Part 2 of schedule 7, they must—

(a)notify the local authority for each area through which the road runs, and

(b)take such steps as they consider reasonable to bring the opening, and the date from which it takes effect, to the attention of the public.

15Stopping up of means of accessS

(1)Ministers may, when carrying out the Forth Crossing works, stop up each means of access to land identified in schedule 8.

(2)A means of access identified in Part 2 of schedule 8 must not be stopped up unless—

(a)the substitute for the means of access identified in column (5) of Part 2 of schedule 8 has been completed and is available for use, or

(b)a temporary alternative means of access is provided and is available for use.

(3)Ministers must, before stopping up a means of access, take such steps as they consider reasonable to bring the closure date, and any alternative means of access, to the attention of the owner and occupier of the land.

(4)Where subsection (2)(a) applies, Ministers must give the owner of the land containing the stopped up means of access notice when the substitute means of access is complete (a “completion notice”).

(5)An owner may, within 28 days of a completion notice being given, object to Ministers on the ground that the substitute means of access is not completed.

(6)On receipt of an objection, Ministers may—

(a)withdraw a completion notice and carry out further works on the substitute means of access, or

(b)refer the dispute to the Lands Tribunal for determination (and notify the objector that it has been so referred).

(7)Ministers must carry out reasonable maintenance of a substitute means of access for the 12 months after—

(a)the date of the original or any re-issued completion notice, or

(b)in the case of a dispute referred to the Lands Tribunal, the earlier of—

(i)the date of final Lands Tribunal decision, or

(ii)the date of final settlement of the matter.

16Extinction of rights of wayS

All rights of way over any part of a road or means of access stopped up under section 14 or 15 are extinguished.

17Solum of stopped up roadS

(1)The solum of a stopped up road is to vest—

(a)in the owner of the land adjoining the stopped up road unless—

(i)paragraph (b) applies, or

(ii)it is subject to a prior claim of any person by reason of title,

(b)in Ministers where they own, have served a notice to treat in relation to, or have made a general vesting declaration in relation to, any land adjoining the stopped up road.

(2)Any dispute arising under this section as to the vesting of the solum may be referred on summary application by any interested party to the sheriff in whose sheriffdom the land is located; and the decision of the sheriff on the matter is final.

18Works in roads where Ministers are not the roads authorityS

(1)This section applies to Forth Crossing works in a road for which Ministers are not the roads authority.

(2)Ministers must—

(a)before commencing the works—

(i)consult the roads authority for that road,

(ii)consider any representations by the authority on the carrying out of the works, and

(b)enter in the Scottish Road Works Register such information relating to the works and to their completion as would have been required under section 112B(5) and (6) of the 1991 Act had the works been carried out under section 2 of the 1984 Act.

(3)The roads authority—

(a)does not acquire any right or liability in respect of the carrying out of the works, including rights or liabilities in respect of—

(i)work done, services rendered, goods delivered, or money due for payment, before the date of completion of the works,

(ii)damages or compensation for any act or omission before that date, or

(iii)the price of, or compensation for, any land purchased, or for which a contract to purchase has been made, before that date,

(b)must produce to Ministers such documents and other information as Ministers may require relating to those rights and liabilities.

(4)Any dispute between Ministers and the roads authority as to the rights and liabilities in respect of the carrying out of the works is to be resolved by arbitration.

19Access to public roadsS

(1)Roads authority consent is not required for Forth Crossing works consisting of works to provide new, or to improve an existing, means of access to or from a public road.

(2)Ministers must, before beginning any such works—

(a)consult the local roads authority for the public road, and

(b)consider any representations by the authority on the carrying out of those works.

20Application of the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984S

(1)Section 10 (certain special roads to be trunk roads) of the 1984 Act does not apply to the creation of a special road under this Act.

(2)Part 3 (new roads) of the 1984 Act does not apply to the construction of roads as part of the Forth Crossing works.

(3)Section 56 to 61A (control of works and excavations) of the 1984 Act do not apply to the Forth Crossing works.

(4)Sections 103 to 111 (acquisition of land) of the 1984 Act do not apply to the acquisition of land for the Forth Crossing works.

Prospective

Part 3 SLand

21Incorporation of enactmentsS

(1)The Lands Clauses Acts are incorporated with this Act, except sections 15, 16, 18, 20 to 60, 62 to 66, 83 to 88, 90, 116, 120 to 124 and 142 and 143 of the 1845 Lands Act.

(2)Section 6, and sections 71 to 78 (as originally enacted), of the Railways Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) Act 1845 (c.33) are incorporated with this Act.

(3)Provisions incorporated by this section apply only in so far as they are not inconsistent with, or expressly varied by, any provision of this Act.

(4)In construing provisions incorporated by this section—

(a)this Act is deemed to be the special Act,

(b)Ministers are deemed to be the promoter of the undertaking or the company,

(c)the Forth Crossing works are deemed to be the works, the undertaking or the railway, and

(d)land” has the same meaning as in this Act.

(5)The Lands Clauses Acts, by virtue of subsection (4)(d), accordingly apply (subject to any necessary modifications) to the compulsory acquisition of a servitude or other right in or over land under this Act (whether by acquiring existing rights or creating new rights).

22Compulsory acquisition of landS

Ministers may acquire compulsorily any land—

(a)within the limits of deviation, or

(b)specified in schedule 9,

which they require for the purposes of the Forth Crossing works.

23Acquisition of land by agreementS

(1)Ministers may acquire by agreement any land—

(a)which may be acquired compulsorily under section 22,

(b)which is to be used to mitigate any adverse effect arising from the carrying out or the operation of the Forth Crossing works, or

(c)the enjoyment of which will be seriously affected by the carrying out or the operation of the Forth Crossing works.

This subsection does not affect any other power of Ministers to acquire the land concerned, or any other land, by agreement.

(2)In the Land Compensation (Scotland) Act 1973 (c.56)—

(a)at the end of section 24(6), insert “ or authorised by the Forth Crossing Act 2011 ”, and

(b)at the end of section 25(5), insert “ or any works authorised by the Forth Crossing Act 2011 ”.

24Acquisition of servitudes and other rightsS

(1)Ministers may acquire servitudes or other rights in land under section 22 or 23—

(a)by acquiring existing servitudes or other rights, or

(b)by creating new, permanent or temporary, servitudes or other rights.

(2)Ministers, when compulsorily acquiring servitudes or other rights in or over land under section 22, are not required to acquire any other part of, or interest in, the land concerned.

25Extinction of real burdens and servitudes etc.S

Where Ministers acquire land compulsorily under section 22 (and section 24 does not apply)—

(a)any servitude or real burden over that land is extinguished, and

(b)any development management scheme applying as respects that land is disapplied,

on the registration of the relevant conveyance.

26Persons under a disability may grant servitudes, etc.S

Any person who is entitled by section 7 of the 1845 Lands Act (as incorporated with this Act) to dispose of land may, for any purpose connected with this Act, create a new servitude or other right in relation to such land. But this section does not permit the creation of a servitude or other right in relation to water in which a person other than the creator has an interest.

27Registration of servitudes and other rightsS

(1)A servitude or other right acquired by Ministers under this Act is to be treated for all purposes as benefiting—

(a)any land held by Ministers for the purposes of the Forth Crossing works, or

(b)such other land specified in the instrument creating the servitude or other right.

(2)Despite section 75(1) of the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9), the deed which creates a servitude so acquired is effective regardless of whether it is registered against the benefited property.

28MineralsS

Any conveyance transferring land to Ministers in pursuance of a compulsory acquisition under section 22 is deemed to except all mines of coal, ironstone, slate, or other minerals under the land other than—

(a)any parts of the mines or minerals which need to be—

(i)dug,

(ii)carried away, or

(iii)used,

in the carrying out of the Forth Crossing works, and

(b)those expressly specified in the conveyance transferring the land.

29Time limit for compulsory acquisitionS

Ministers' power to acquire land compulsorily under section 22 ceases to have effect 5 years after Royal Assent. This section does not apply to any land in respect of which a notice to treat is served, or a general vesting declaration is made, in pursuance of section 22 within 5 years of Royal Assent.

Prospective

Part 4 STaking title to land

Notice to treat procedureS

30Service of a notice to treatS

(1)This section applies where Ministers choose to acquire any land under this Act by serving a notice under section 17 of the 1845 Lands Act as incorporated with this Act (a “notice to treat”).

(2)The notice to treat must—

(a)be served in accordance with section 76,

(b)describe the land to which the notice relates, and

(c)identify itself plainly as a document of importance.

31Partial acquisitions using notice to treat procedureS

(1)A person may, within 28 days of service of a notice to treat in respect of a partial acquisition, object to the partial acquisition.

(2)An objection must—

(a)be served on Ministers,

(b)state that the person is willing and able to sell to Ministers the whole of the house, building, factory or other land concerned, and

(c)identify the land that the person is so willing and able to sell.

(3)Ministers must deal with an objection by—

(a)agreeing to acquire the land identified in the objection by notifying the objector to that effect (in which case the notice to treat is deemed to cover the land identified in the objection, regardless of whether any of it is outwith the Act limits),

(b)withdrawing the notice to treat by notifying the objector to that effect, or

(c)referring the objection to the Lands Tribunal for determination under section 32 and notifying the objector that it has been so referred.

(4)If Ministers fail to act under subsection (3) within 3 months of an objection being served, the notice to treat is to be treated as withdrawn.

32Severance disputes (notice to treat procedure): Lands TribunalS

(1)The Lands Tribunal, on receiving a referral under section 31(3)(c), must consider—

(a)in the case of a partial acquisition of a house, building or factory, if some or all of the land in the notice to treat (with or without some or all of the remainder of the land identified in the objection) can be acquired without material detriment to the remainder of the land identified in the objection,

(b)in the case of a partial acquisition of a house with a park or garden, if some or all of the land in the notice to treat (with or without some or all of the remainder of the land identified in the objection) can be acquired without seriously affecting the amenity or convenience of the house.

(2)If the Lands Tribunal determine—

(a)in the case of a partial acquisition of a house, building or factory, that all of the land in the notice to treat can be acquired without material detriment to the remainder of the land identified in the objection, or

(b)in the case of a partial acquisition of a house with a park or garden, that all of the land in the notice to treat can be acquired without seriously affecting the amenity or convenience of the house,

the notice to treat is to have effect as originally served.

(3)If the Lands Tribunal does not determine as described in subsection (2), it must determine the land which Ministers ought to acquire, being—

(a)some of the land in the notice to treat, or

(b)some or all of the land in the notice to treat with the addition of some or all of the remainder of the land identified in the objection,

and the notice to treat is deemed to cover that land (regardless of whether any of it is outwith the Act limits).

(4)Ministers may withdraw a notice to treat within 6 weeks of a Lands Tribunal determination under subsection (3) by notifying the objector to that effect.

33Severance of agricultural landS

Nothing in sections 31 or 32 affects the application of sections 49 and 50 of the Land Compensation (Scotland) Act 1973 (c.56) in relation to agricultural land.

34Notice to treat: time limitS

(1)A notice to treat served in pursuance of this Act becomes invalid 3 years (or such longer period as may be agreed under subsection (2)) after it is served, unless—

(a)the compensation has been agreed, awarded, paid or paid into a bank (or the question of compensation has been referred to the Lands Tribunal),

(b)a general vesting declaration has been made in respect of the land concerned, or

(c)Ministers have entered and taken possession of the land concerned under section 39.

(2)The period of 3 years referred to in subsection (1) may be extended (and further extended) by agreement between—

(a)Ministers, and

(b)the owner of the land.

(3)Where a notice to treat is invalidated by this section, Ministers must give notice of that fact to—

(a)the person on whom the notice to treat was served, and

(b)any other person who, since it was served, could have made an agreement to extend under this section.

General vesting declarationsS

35General vesting declarationsS

(1)Ministers may vest in themselves by a general vesting declaration any land which they are authorised to acquire compulsorily under section 22.

(2)Schedule 15 to the 1997 Act accordingly applies to the compulsory acquisition of land under section 22, with the following modifications—

(a)this Act is to be treated as a compulsory purchase order,

(b)Ministers are the “acquiring authority”,

(c)section 36 of this Act applies instead of paragraph 2, and

(d)in the definition of land in paragraph 39, “relevant enactments” means this Act.

36Duty to publicise general vesting declarationsS

(1)Before making a general vesting declaration, Ministers must—

(a)publish a compulsory purchase notice in one or more local newspapers circulating in the locality in which the land comprised in the general vesting declaration is situated,

(b)serve a notice in the same or a similar form (together with a copy of this Act and the Parliamentary plans) on—

(i)the owner of the land to which the general vesting declaration relates,

(ii)any occupier of that land (except tenants for any period of no longer than a month),

(iii)the holder of any real burden which would be extinguished under section 25 on the registration of the general vesting declaration, and

(iv)if a development management scheme applies to the land, the owners' association concerned.

(2)A “compulsory purchase notice” means a notice in the form prescribed for notices under paragraph 6 of the First Schedule to the Acquisition of Land (Authorisation Procedure) (Scotland) Act 1947 (c.42) which—

(a)states that this Act has received Royal Assent,

(b)describes the land to which the general vesting declaration relates,

(c)names a place where a copy of this Act, of the Parliamentary plans and of the book of reference may be inspected at all reasonable hours,

(d)states the effect of paragraphs 1 to 8 of Schedule 15 to the 1997 Act in the manner prescribed for the purposes of sub-paragraph (1)(a) of paragraph 2 of Schedule 15 to the 1997 Act, and

(e)invites every person who, if the general vesting declaration were made, would be entitled to compensation to give Ministers information in the form prescribed for the purposes of sub-paragraph (1)(b) of that paragraph.

Prospective

Part 5 SPowers to enter and use land

37Temporary possession of landS

(1)Ministers may, when carrying out the Forth Crossing works, enter and take temporary possession of any land specified in columns (1), (2) and (3) of schedule 10—

(a)for the purpose specified in respect of that land in column (4) of that schedule, or

(b)for any other purpose which Ministers consider necessary or expedient for the purposes of, in connection with, or in consequence of, the works specified in respect of that land in column (5) of that schedule.

(2)Ministers may remain in temporary possession of the land for—

(a)up to one year after the day on which they consider that the works in relation to which they took possession of the land are completed, or

(b)such longer period as may be agreed with the owner of the land.

(3)Where the land is subject to a lease (including a sub-lease), the lease is terminated on the date on which Ministers first enter the land.

38Power to enter land for other purposesS

Ministers may, for any purposes connected with this Act, enter any land in order to—

(a)survey the land,

(b)carry out archaeological or other investigations,

(c)carry out maintenance works under section 15(7),

(d)protect the Forth Crossing works, or

(e)protect or remove any flora or fauna, or to protect any building or other property, which may be affected by the carrying out of the Forth Crossing works.

39Advance entry on land to be acquiredS

Ministers may enter and take possession of any land (or any part of any land) in respect of which—

(a)a notice to treat has been served in accordance with section 30, or

(b)a general vesting declaration has been served in accordance with paragraph 4 of Schedule 15 to the 1997 Act (as applied by section 35).

40Notice of entryS

(1)Ministers must give the owners and occupiers of land—

(a)at least 28 days' notice of their intention to enter land under section 37 or 39,

(b)at least 7 days' notice before first entering any land under section 38, and

(c)at least 3 days' notice before any subsequent entry on that land under section 38.

(2)The notice must specify the purpose for which Ministers intend to enter the land.

(3)This section does not apply where Ministers consider that they need to enter land under section 38(d) or (e) urgently in order to protect the Forth Crossing works, any flora or fauna, or any building or other property.

41Use of landS

(1)Ministers may take such action on or in relation to land which they enter under this Part as they think appropriate for the purpose for which they entered the land.

(2)For example, Ministers may (if they think it appropriate)—

(a)lay, leave or remove equipment on the land,

(b)take persons or vehicles onto the land,

(c)remove buildings, apparatus and vegetation from the land,

(d)construct temporary works (including the provision of means of access) and buildings on the land,

(e)store and manufacture materials on the land,

(f)search, bore or remove samples from the land in order to discover—

(i)the nature of the subsoil,

(ii)the presence of minerals, or

(iii)the nature of any mining operations or other activity taking place beneath the surface.

42Duty to remedy damage etc.S

(1)Ministers must take all reasonably practicable steps—

(a)to remove temporary works from land entered under section 37 or 38,

(b)to remedy any damage they cause while on such land, and

(c)to leave such land so entered as effectually secured against unauthorised entry as they found it.

(2)But this section does not require Ministers to replace any building, apparatus or vegetation removed from the land.

43No power to enter homesS

Nothing in section 37 or 38 authorises Ministers to enter any house or other building (excluding any garden or other land belonging to the house or other building) which is for the time being occupied as a residence.

44Warrants authorising entryS

(1)A sheriff or justice of the peace may by warrant authorise Ministers to exercise a right conferred by this Part, if necessary using reasonable force, in accordance with the warrant.

(2)A warrant may be granted only if the sheriff or justice is satisfied, by evidence on oath—

(a)that there are reasonable grounds for exercising the right in relation to the land concerned,

(b)that—

(i)entry to the land has been refused,

(ii)such a refusal is reasonably expected,

(iii)the land is unoccupied, or

(iv)the occupier is temporarily absent, and

(c)except where the case is one of urgency, that Ministers have complied with the notice requirements imposed by section 40.

(3)A warrant must not authorise the use of force against an individual.

(4)A warrant expires—

(a)when it is no longer required for the purpose for which it is granted, or

(b)if earlier, on the expiry of such period as may be specified in it.

45ObstructionS

(1)It is an offence intentionally to prevent or obstruct Ministers from doing anything which they are authorised to do by virtue of this Part.

(2)Refusal to allow entry which is not authorised by warrant under section 44 does not constitute an offence under this section.

(3)A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable, on summary conviction, to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale.

46Suspension of real burdens and servitudes etc.S

(1)Where Ministers take possession of land under section 37 or 39—

(a)any servitude or real burden over that land is unenforceable, and

(b)any development management scheme applying to the land is disapplied,

for the period of possession.

(2)Period of possession” means the period beginning when Ministers enter and take possession and ending—

(a)where temporary possession is taken under section 37, when Ministers give up temporary possession,

(b)where possession is taken under section 39—

(i)on the registration of the relevant conveyance, or

(ii)where the notice to treat or general vesting declaration concerned is withdrawn or otherwise ceases to have effect.

Prospective

Part 6 SCompensation

47Land Compensation (Scotland) Act 1963S

The application of the 1963 Act to the compulsory acquisition of land under section 22 is subject to the following modifications—

(a)this Act is to be treated as a “special enactment” for the purposes of section 13(3)(a) of the 1963 Act,

(b)section 14 of the 1963 Act does not apply,

(c)this Act is to be treated as a “corresponding enactment” for the purposes of section 15(1) of the 1963 Act,

(d)references in sections 22 and 23 of the 1963 Act to the date of service of the notice to treat are, where title to the land is to be taken by general vesting declaration, to be treated as references to the date on which the declaration is made,

(e)this Act is to be treated as an “enactment” for the purposes of section 22(4) of the 1963 Act, and

(f)the terms of this Act.

48Matters to be considered when assessing compensationS

In assessing the compensation payable in respect of the compulsory acquisition of land under section 22, the Lands Tribunal must—

(a)have regard to the extent to which any remaining contiguous land belonging to the same person may be benefited by the purpose for which the land is authorised to be acquired,

(b)where a road is widened as part of the Forth Crossing works, set off against the value of the land to be acquired any increase in the value of other land belonging to the same person which will accrue to him by reason of the creation of a frontage to the road as widened,

(c)take into account, and embody in its award, any undertaking given by Ministers as to the use to which the land, or any part of it, will be put.

49Matters to be ignored when assessing compensationS

(1)In assessing the compensation payable in respect of the compulsory acquisition of land under section 22, the Lands Tribunal must not take into account—

(a)any interest in land, or

(b)any land value enhancement,

if it is satisfied that the interest in land was created, or that the work giving rise to the land value enhancement was carried out, for the purpose of obtaining compensation or increased compensation.

(2)A “land value enhancement” is any enhancement of the value of an interest in land by reason of any construction, improvement, alteration or other work carried out on—

(a)the land acquired, or

(b)any other land with which the person to be compensated is, or was when the work was done, directly or indirectly concerned.

50Compensation: partial acquisition etc.S

(1)Compensation for a partial acquisition must include compensation for any loss sustained by the owner due to the severance of the house, building, factory or other land (in addition to the value of the interest to be acquired).

(2)Where Ministers withdraw a notice to treat under section 32(4), the owner of the land which was subject to that notice is entitled to be compensated for any loss arising as a result of the giving and withdrawing of the notice (with any dispute about entitlement to, or amount of, such compensation to be determined by the Lands Tribunal).

51Compensation: servitudes and other rightsS

(1)In assessing the compensation payable in respect of the acquisition or extinguishment of any servitude or other right in pursuance of this Act, account is to be taken of any new servitude or real burden created by Ministers for purposes connected with the Forth Crossing works.

(2)Any person entitled to enforce a personal real burden immediately before it is extinguished in pursuance of this Act is entitled to compensation from Ministers for any loss arising as a result of the extinguishment.

(3)Any dispute about—

(a)a person's entitlement to such compensation, or

(b)the amount of such compensation,

is to be determined by the Lands Tribunal in accordance with the 1963 Act as if it were a question of disputed compensation for the compulsory acquisition of land (and sections 8, 9, 11 and 12 of the 1963 Act accordingly have effect in relation to such a dispute so far as applicable and subject to any necessary modifications).

52Compensation: cutting down or lopping, or cutting back roots of, trees or shrubsS

(1)A person is entitled to compensation from Ministers for any loss arising as a result of Ministers taking action under section 10(1) in relation to a tree or shrub.

(2)Any dispute about—

(a)a person's entitlement to compensation, or

(b)the amount of the compensation,

is to be determined by the Lands Tribunal in accordance with the 1963 Act as if it were a question of disputed compensation for the compulsory acquisition of land (and sections 8, 9, 11 and 12 of the 1963 Act accordingly have effect in relation to such a dispute so far as applicable and subject to any necessary modifications).

53Compensation: stopping upS

(1)A person with an interest in land is entitled to compensation from Ministers for any loss, or any disturbance in that person's enjoyment of such land, arising as a result of action taken by Ministers under section 14 or 15 in relation to that land.

(2)Any dispute about—

(a)a person's entitlement to compensation, or

(b)the amount of the compensation,

is to be determined by the Lands Tribunal in accordance with the 1963 Act as if it were a question of disputed compensation for the compulsory acquisition of land (and sections 8, 9, 11 and 12 of the 1963 Act accordingly have effect in relation to such a dispute so far as applicable and subject to any necessary modifications).

(3)In assessing the compensation payable under this section, account must be taken of any new road or means of access which is provided as an alternative to the road or means of access which is stopped up.

54Compensation: entering and using land temporarilyS

(1)A person with an interest in land is entitled to compensation from Ministers for any loss, or any disturbance in that person's enjoyment of such land, arising as a result of—

(a)Ministers entering land under section 37 or 38,

(b)Ministers taking action under section 41 in pursuance of such entry, or

(c)the operation of section 37(3) or 46 in relation to that land.

(2)Any dispute about—

(a)a person's entitlement to compensation, or

(b)the amount of the compensation,

is to be determined by the Lands Tribunal.

(3)Such a dispute is, where temporary possession of land is taken under section 37, to be determined in accordance with the 1963 Act as if it were a question of disputed compensation for the compulsory acquisition of land (and sections 8, 9, 11 and 12 of the 1963 Act accordingly have effect in relation to such a dispute so far as applicable and subject to any necessary modifications).

(4)In assessing such compensation, account must be taken of—

(a)the fact that entry is taken for a temporary period only, and

(b)whether any action taken under section 41 will have a permanent or temporary effect.

(5)Any compensation payable under this section does not affect liability to pay compensation for loss arising from the Forth Crossing works under—

(a)section 6 of the Railways Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) Act 1845 (c.33) (as incorporated by section 21), or

(b)any other enactment,

but compensation is not payable for the same matter under this section and that other enactment.

55Compensation: advance entryS

(1)Where Ministers enter and take possession of land under section 39, compensation is payable—

(a)where the land is subject to a notice to treat, as if sections 83 to 89 of the 1845 Lands Act had applied and been complied with,

(b)where the land is subject to a general vesting declaration, as if the land had already vested in Ministers.

(2)Nothing in section 39 or this section affects a person's rights to advance payment under section 48 of the Land Compensation (Scotland) Act 1973 (c.56).

56Compensation where notice to treat becomes invalidS

(1)Where a notice to treat is invalidated under section 34, any person to whom notice is to be given under subsection (3) of that section is entitled to compensation from Ministers for any loss arising as a result of the giving of the notice and its invalidation.

(2)Any dispute about—

(a)a person's entitlement to compensation, or

(b)the amount of the compensation,

is to be determined by the Lands Tribunal.

(3)Interest is payable on any compensation due under this section, at the rate prescribed under section 40 of the 1963 Act, from the date on which the notice became invalid until the date of payment.

Prospective

Part 7 SStatutory undertakers

57Apparatus affected by worksS

(1)The following provisions of the 1997 Act apply in relation to land acquired, appropriated or used (or about to be used) by Ministers for purposes connected with this Act as they apply in relation to land acquired or appropriated as mentioned in section 224(1) and 225(1) of the 1997 Act—

(a)sections 224 to 227, and

(b)all other provisions of the 1997 Act in so far as they apply for the purposes of those sections.

(2)When so applying those provisions of the 1997 Act the references in sections 224(3) and 225(3) to the purpose of carrying out any development with a view to which land was acquired or appropriated are to be read as references to the purpose of carrying out the Forth Crossing works.

(3)Those provisions of the 1997 Act, when applied by this section, are to apply in relation to the sewers and sewerage works of Scottish Water as they apply in relation to the apparatus of statutory undertakers.

(4)This section does not apply to apparatus as respects which section 142 or 143 of the 1991 Act applies (by virtue of section 58 of this Act or otherwise). The provisions of the 1997 Act mentioned in subsection (1) accordingly have no effect in relation to such apparatus.

58Works for roads purposesS

For the purposes of sections 142 to 144 of the 1991 Act—

(a)“works for road purposes” include all Forth Crossing works falling within paragraphs (a) to (d) of the definition of that term in section 145 of the 1991 Act,

(b)“major works for roads purposes” include all Forth Crossing works executed in relation to a road which consists of or includes a carriageway which fall within any of paragraphs (a) to (d), (f) and (g) of section 145(3) of the 1991 Act, and

(c)references to the authority executing works are, where those works are Forth Crossing works, to be read as references to Ministers.

59Compensation for removal of water, gas, electricity or communications apparatusS

(1)An owner or occupier of premises supplied by apparatus removed in pursuance of section 57 is entitled to be compensated by Ministers in respect of reasonable costs incurred in connecting the premises to other apparatus from which a supply is given.

(2)This section applies only in relation to apparatus of—

(a)Scottish Water,

(b)a statutory undertaker (within the meaning of section 214 of the 1997 Act) who—

(i)is a gas transporter (within the meaning of section 7(1) of the Gas Act 1986 (c.44)), or

(ii)holds a licence granted under section 6 of the Electricity Act 1989 (c.29), or

(c)a public communications provider (within the meaning of section 151(1) of the Communications Act 2003 (c.21)).

(3)This section does not apply where the apparatus removed is a public sewer.

60Compensation for removal of public sewerS

(1)An owner or occupier of premises with drains which communicated with a public sewer removed in pursuance of section 57 is entitled to be compensated by Ministers in respect of reasonable costs incurred—

(a)in linking the drains with any other public sewer or a private sewage disposal plant, or

(b)in constructing a private sewage disposal plant and linking the drains to that plant.

(2)An owner of a private sewer which communicated with a public sewer removed in pursuance of section 57 is entitled to be compensated by Ministers in respect of reasonable costs incurred—

(a)in linking the private sewer with any other public sewer or a private sewage disposal plan, or

(b)in constructing a private sewage disposal plant and linking the private sewer to that plant.

61Apparatus in stopped up roadsS

(1)A statutory undertaker (within the meaning of the 1984 Act)—

(a)has the same powers and rights as if this Act had not been enacted in respect of its apparatus which is under, in, on, over, along or across a road stopped up under section 14, and

(b)also has the power to—

(i)remove any such apparatus and place it (or other equivalent apparatus) in such other position as the undertaker has power to place it, or

(ii)place other equivalent apparatus in such a position.

(2)A statutory undertaker must exercise the power conferred by subsection (1)(b) if the owner of the land concerned reasonably requests it do so.

(3)Section 144 of the 1991 Act and regulations under that section apply to measures taken under subsection (1)(b) as they apply to measures mentioned in section 144 (with references to the authority to be read as references to Ministers).

Prospective

Part 8 SPlanning permission, listed buildings and conservation areas

62Planning permissionS

(1)Planning permission for the carrying out of the Forth Crossing works is deemed to have been granted by Ministers on an application referred to them under section 46 of the 1997 Act.

(2)That planning permission expires 5 years after Royal Assent if the Forth Crossing works are not begun during that period.

(3)The 1997 Act (except section 58 and Part 11) and all other enactments relating to planning permission apply accordingly.

63Relaxation of listed building controlsS

(1)Section 6 of the Listed Buildings Act does not apply to authorised listed building works.

(2)A listed building enforcement notice served in relation to an affected listing building has no effect in so far as it requires the taking of steps which would be rendered wholly or substantially ineffective by authorised listed building works (and, accordingly, no such steps may be taken under section 38(1) of the Listed Buildings Act).

(3)No works may be executed under section 49 of the Listed Buildings Act in relation to an affected listing building if those works would be rendered wholly or substantially ineffective by authorised listed building works.

(4)Section 53 of the Listed Buildings Act does not apply to anything done for the purposes of carrying out authorised listed building works.

(5)In this section—

  • affected listed building” means—

    (a)

    any listed building which was not such a building immediately before 1 January 2009, and

    (b)

    the buildings specified in the table in schedule 11 (each being a listed building immediately before that date), and

  • authorised listed building works” means—

    (a)

    in relation to a listed building which was not such a building immediately before 1 January 2009, any works carried out in pursuance of this Act, and

    (b)

    in relation to a listed building specified in the table in schedule 11, the works described in the third column of that table.

64Demolition in conservation areasS

Section 66 of the Listed Buildings Act does not apply to the demolition in pursuance of this Act of a building which—

(a)is included in a conservation area after 1 January 2009 (but was not so included immediately before that date), and

(b)is not a listed building.

65Interpretation of Part 8S

In this Part, “the Listed Buildings Act” means the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997 (c.9). The following terms have the same meaning in this Part as they have in that Act—

  • “building”

  • “conservation area”

  • “listed building”

  • “listed building enforcement notice”

Prospective

Part 9 SEnvironmental matters

66Mitigation of environmental impactS

Ministers must do everything which is reasonably practicable in order to ensure that the environmental impact of the construction and operation of the Forth Crossing works is not worse than the residual impact identified in the environmental statement.

67Compliance with code of construction practice and noise and vibration policyS

Ministers must do everything which is reasonably practicable in order to ensure that the Forth Crossing works—

(a)are carried out in accordance with the code of construction practice, and

(b)operate in accordance with the noise and vibration policy.

68Amendment of code of construction practice and noise and vibration policyS

(1)Ministers may amend or replace—

(a)the code of construction practice, or

(b)the noise and vibration policy,

but an amended or replacement document must not reduce the standards of mitigation and protection provided for in the document being amended or replaced.

(2)Ministers must—

(a)before amending or replacing either document, consult the bodies set out in subsection (3) and have regard to any views expressed by them, and

(b)after amending or replacing either document—

(i)send those bodies a copy of the amended or replacement document, and

(ii)take such steps as they consider reasonable to bring the amendment or replacement to the attention of the public.

(3)The bodies referred to in subsection (2) are—

(a)local authorities for the areas in which the Forth Crossing works are situated,

(b)community councils in whose areas the Forth Crossing works are situated,

(c)the relevant navigation authority,

(d)the Forth Estuary Transport Authority,

(e)the Scottish Environment Protection Agency, and

(f)Scottish Natural Heritage.

69Protection of water environmentS

Nothing in this Act exempts Ministers from having to carry out the Forth Crossing works in accordance with any regulations made under section 20(1) of the Water Environment and Water Services (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 3).

70Control of noise: Control of Pollution Act 1974S

(1)Section 60 of the Control of Pollution Act 1974 (c.40) applies to the Forth Crossing works with the following modifications—

(a)a ground for an appeal to a notice served under section 60 is that the works to which the notice relates are being, or are going to be, carried out in accordance with Ministers' duties in relation to noise in the code of construction practice, and

(b)if an appeal includes that ground—

(i)the notice is suspended (irrespective of any contrary statement included in the notice) until the appeal has been abandoned or decided by the sheriff, and

(ii)a sheriff must recall a notice served under section 60 if satisfied that the works to which the notice relates are being, or are going to be, carried out in accordance with Ministers' duties in relation to noise in the code of construction practice.

(2)Section 61(9) of that Act does not apply to a consent given under section 61 of that Act in relation to Forth Crossing works.

(3)Sections 63 to 67 of that Act do not apply to the Forth Crossing works.

71Statutory nuisance: noise under the Environmental Protection Act 1990S

(1)In this section “statutory nuisance” has the meaning given by section 79(1)(g) or (ga) of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (c.43).

(2)Noise from the carrying out of the Forth Crossing works does not constitute a statutory nuisance if the works are carried out in accordance with a consent given under section 61 of the Control of Pollution Act 1974 (c.40).

(3)Part 3 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (c.43) applies to other noise from the carrying out of the Forth Crossing works which is alleged to be a statutory nuisance with the following modifications—

(a)a ground for an appeal to an abatement notice served under section 80 or 80A is that the works to which the notice relates are being, or are going to be, carried out in accordance with Ministers' duties in relation to noise in the code of construction practice,

(b)if an appeal includes that ground—

(i)the abatement notice is suspended (irrespective of any contrary statement included in the notice), and is not authority for any other action to be taken under Part 3, until the appeal has been abandoned or decided by the sheriff, and

(ii)the sheriff, if satisfied that works to which the notice relates are being or are going to be carried out in accordance with Ministers' duties in relation to noise in the code of construction practice, must recall the abatement notice insofar as it relates to an alleged statutory nuisance, and

(c)a sheriff must not make an order under section 82(2) or 82(12) on the basis of an alleged statutory nuisance if satisfied that works to which the application relates are being, or are going to be, carried out in accordance with Ministers' duties in relation to noise in the code of construction practice.

Part 10 SMiscellaneous

Prospective

72Blighted landS

Land which Ministers may acquire compulsorily under section 22 is to be treated as “blighted land” for the purposes of Chapter 2 of Part 5 of the 1997 Act.

Prospective

73Certification of Parliamentary plans, etc.S

(1)Ministers must, as soon as practicable after this Act comes into force, submit copies of the following documents to the Clerk of the Scottish Parliament—

(a)the book of reference,

(b)the Parliamentary plans, and

(c)the Parliamentary sections.

(2)The Clerk must, if satisfied as to the accuracy of the submitted documents, certify them as being true copies of the documents of those names referred to in this Act.

(3)A certified document is admissible in any proceedings as evidence of the contents of the document of which it is a copy.

Prospective

74Changes to Parliamentary plans or book of referenceS

(1)The sheriff, if satisfied on a summary application by Ministers that the Parliamentary plans or the book of reference are inaccurate in their description of any land (or in their description and statement of the ownership or occupation of any land), must certify—

(a)the respect in which the description or statement is inaccurate, and

(b)how that inaccuracy is to be corrected.

(2)The sheriff, if satisfied on a summary application that Ministers have entered into a binding obligation not to acquire certain land within the Act limits, must certify that the Parliamentary plans or the book of reference ought to be modified accordingly. An application may be made for the purposes of this subsection by—

(a)Ministers, or

(b)the owner of the land concerned.

(3)Before making an application for the purposes of subsection (1) or (2), the applicant must give at least 10 days' notice of the proposed correction or modification to—

(a)the owner of the land or, as the case may be, Ministers, and

(b)any occupier of the land.

(4)A certification must be—

(a)deposited in the office of the Clerk of the Parliament by the person who made the application, and

(b)kept by the Clerk with the Parliamentary plans or book of reference to which it relates.

(5)After a certification is deposited, the Parliamentary plans or book of reference are to be treated as corrected or modified in accordance with it.

(6)A summary application made under this section must be made to the sheriff for the sheriffdom in which the land concerned is situated.

Prospective

75Provision of information on the progress of the Forth Crossing worksS

(1)Ministers must do everything which is reasonably practicable to ensure that those persons referred to in subsection (2) are kept informed of the progress of the carrying out of the Forth Crossing works and the implications of the works for those persons.

(2)The persons referred to in subsection (1) are—

(a)local authorities for the areas in which the Forth Crossing works are situated,

(b)community councils in whose areas the Forth Crossing works are situated,

(c)councillors representing wards in which the Forth Crossing works are situated,

(d)members of the Scottish Parliament representing the constituencies in which the Forth Crossing works are situated, and

(e)any other such persons, businesses or community representatives in the areas in which the Forth Crossing works are situated as Ministers consider appropriate.

Prospective

76Formal communicationsS

(1)A “formal communication” means any notice (or counter-notice) or objection served or given under this Act.

(2)A formal communication must be in writing (and, if sent by email, fax or other electronic means, is to be treated as being in writing only if it is legible and capable of being used for subsequent reference).

(3)A formal communication is served or given if it is—

(a)hand delivered to the person concerned,

(b)sent, by first class post or by using a registered or recorded delivery postal service, in an envelope or package addressed—

(i)where sent to an individual, to the individual at the individual's principal place of business or usual or last known abode, and

(ii)where sent to a body, to the body at its registered or principal office,

(c)sent to the person concerned in any other way (including by email, fax or other electronic means) which the sender reasonably considers likely to cause it to be delivered on the same or next day, or

(d)served or given in accordance with subsection (5).

(4)A formal communication may be served or given in a way described in subsection (3)(c) only if the person to whom it is sent has previously agreed to it being sent in that way (such agreement to be given by notifying the sender to that effect).

(5)Where a person, having made reasonable inquiries, is unable to ascertain the name or address of a person in respect of whom a formal communication relating to land is to be served or given, the formal communication may be served or given by—

(a)addressing it to the person concerned by name or by a description of the person's interest in the land (for example: “the owner” or “the occupier”), and

(b)fixing to a building or object on, or to a conspicuous part of, the land to which the formal communication relates (or, where that is not practical, to a building or object near that land).

(6)A formal communication is, unless the contrary is proved, to be treated as having been served or given—

(a)where hand delivered, on the day of delivery,

(b)where posted, on the day on which it would be delivered in the ordinary course of post,

(c)where sent in a way described in subsection (3)(c), on the day after it is sent, or

(d)where served or given in accordance with subsection (5), on the day on which it is fixed on or near the land to which it relates.

77Ancillary provisionS

(1)Ministers may, by order made by statutory instrument, make any supplementary, incidental, consequential, transitional, transitory or saving provision which they consider appropriate for the purposes of, or in connection with, or for the purposes of giving full effect to, any provision of this Act.

(2)Such an order may—

(a)make different provision for different purposes,

(b)modify this or any other enactment or any other instrument or document.

(3)A statutory instrument containing such an order which makes supplementary, incidental or consequential provision may be made only if a draft of the statutory instrument containing the order has been laid before, and approved by resolution of, the Scottish Parliament.

(4)Any other statutory instrument containing such an order is subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of the Scottish Parliament.

Prospective

78Crown applicationS

(1)The appropriate authority may agree to any provision of this Act applying (with or without modifications) in relation to—

(a)a Crown interest, or

(b)an interest in land which—

(i)is not itself a Crown interest, but

(ii)subsists in land in which there is a Crown interest.

(2)In this section, “Crown interest” means an interest in land—

(a)belonging to Her Majesty in right of the Crown,

(b)belonging to an office-holder in the Scottish Administration or to a government department,

(c)held in trust for Her Majesty for the purposes of the Scottish Administration by such an office-holder, or

(d)held in trust for Her Majesty for the purposes of a government department.

(3)In this section, “the appropriate authority”, in the case of—

(a)land belonging to Her Majesty in right of the Crown and forming part of the Crown estate, means the Crown Estate Commissioners,

(b)other land belonging to Her Majesty in right of the Crown, means the office-holder in the Scottish Administration who, or the government department which, has management of the land,

(c)land belonging to an office-holder in the Scottish Administration (or held by such an office-holder in trust for Her Majesty for the purposes of the Scottish Administration), means that office-holder,

(d)land belonging to a government department (or held in trust for Her Majesty for the purposes of a government department), means that government department.

(4)Where Ministers are the appropriate authority, their agreement is deemed to be given for the purposes of this section when they exercise their powers under the relevant provision of this Act.

(5)It is for Ministers to determine any question arising as to what authority is the appropriate authority in relation to any land; and their determination is final.

79InterpretationS

(1)In this Act, except where the contrary intention appears—

  • the 1845 Lands Act” means the Lands Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) Act 1845 (c.19),

  • the 1963 Act” means the Land Compensation (Scotland) Act 1963 (c.51),

  • the 1984 Act” means the Roads (Scotland) Act 1984 (c.54),

  • the 1991 Act” means the New Roads and Street Works Act 1991 (c.22),

  • the 1997 Act” means the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 (c.8),

  • Act limits” means—

    (a)

    the land within the limits of deviation, and

    (b)

    the land to be acquired or used,

  • airport operator” has the same meaning as in section 82(1) of the Airports Act 1986 (c.31),

  • ancillary works” has the meaning given by section 1(1)(b),

  • book of reference” means the book of reference submitted to the Scottish Parliament as an accompanying document with the Bill for this Act, as may be corrected or modified by any revised book of reference submitted to the Parliament before the day on which the Bill for this Act is passed or in accordance with section 74,

  • building” includes any structure or erection,

  • carriageway” has the same meaning as in the 1984 Act,

  • code of construction practice” means the document of that name which forms part of the environmental statement (as from time to time amended or replaced by any revised code submitted to the Parliament before the day on which the Bill for this Act is passed or under section 68),

  • conveyance” includes—

    (a)

    a disposition,

    (b)

    a notice of title,

    (c)

    a notarial instrument,

    (d)

    a conveyance in the form set out in Schedule A to the 1845 Lands Act, and

    (e)

    a general vesting declaration,

  • development management scheme” has the same meaning as in section 71(3) of Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9),

  • environmental statement” means the environmental statement submitted to the Scottish Parliament as an accompanying document with the Bill for this Act, as amended in accordance with this Act,

  • the Forth Crossing” has the meaning given by section 1,

  • Forth Crossing works” has the meaning given by section 1(2),

  • Forth Estuary Transport Authority” means the authority of that name constituted by order made under section 69 of the Transport (Scotland) Act 2001 (asp 2) (see article 6 of the Forth Estuary Transport Authority Order 2002),

  • general vesting declaration” has the same meaning as in paragraph 1 of Schedule 15 to the 1997 Act,

  • holder”, in relation to a real burden, has the same meaning as in the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9),

  • improvement”, in relation to a road or means of access, has the same meaning as it has in the 1984 Act in relation to roads,

  • interest in land” includes any servitude or other right in or over land,

  • land” includes buildings, land covered with water, and any interest in land,

  • land to be acquired or used” means the land shown by that description on the Parliamentary plans,

  • Lands Tribunal” means the Lands Tribunal for Scotland,

  • limits of deviation” means the limits of deviation shown on the Parliamentary plans,

  • local authority” means a council constituted under section 2 of the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994 (c.39),

  • Ministers” means the Scottish Ministers,

  • navigation authority” has the same meaning as in the 1984 Act,

  • noise” includes vibration,

  • noise and vibration policy” means the document of that name which forms part of the environmental statement (as from time to time amended or replaced under section 68),

  • notice to treat” has the meaning given in section 30(1),

  • occupier” includes any person entitled to occupy the land,

  • Parliamentary plans” means the plans submitted to the Scottish Parliament as accompanying documents with the Bill for this Act, as may be corrected or modified by any revised plans submitted to the Parliament before the day on which the Bill for this Act is passed or in accordance with section 74,

  • Parliamentary sections” means the sections and cross-sections submitted to the Scottish Parliament as accompanying documents with the Bill for this Act, as may be corrected or modified by any revised sections or cross-sections submitted to the Parliament before the day on which the Bill for this Act is passed,

  • partial acquisition” means an acquisition of part only of—

    (a)

    any house, building or factory, or

    (b)

    any land consisting of a house with a park or garden,

    where a person is able to sell the whole of the house, building, factory or land,

  • personal real burden” has the same meaning as in the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9),

  • principal works” has the meaning given by section 1(1)(a),

  • proposed road” has the same meaning as in the 1984 Act,

  • public road” has the same meaning as in the 1984 Act,

  • railway” has the same meaning as in section 23(1) of the Transport and Works (Scotland) Act 2007 (asp 8),

  • real burden” has the same meaning as in the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9),

  • registration”, in relation to a conveyance or other document, has the same meaning as in Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 (asp 9),

  • relevant railway undertaker” means—

    (a)

    Network Rail Infrastructure Limited (company number 2904587) and any successor to that company, or as the case may be

    (b)

    any other person who holds a network licence (within the meaning of section 83(1) of the Railways Act 1993 (c.43)) in relation to the affected railway,

  • road” has the same meaning as in the 1984 Act.

(2)References to operation of the Forth Crossing works are references to the operation of the bridge, roads and structures constructed or improved by the Forth Crossing works (analogous expressions being construed accordingly).

80CommencementS

(1)The following provisions come into force on Royal Assent—

  • section 77

  • section 79

  • this section

  • section 81

(2)Other provisions come into force on such day as Ministers may appoint by order made by statutory instrument.

(3)Ministers must appoint the same day for sections 1 to 7 to come into force.

(4)An order under subsection (2) may—

(a)make such transitional, transitory or saving provision as Ministers consider appropriate,

(b)appoint different days for different purposes.

81Short titleS

This Act is called the Forth Crossing Act 2011.

Prospective

SCHEDULE 1SPrincipal works

(introduced by section 1)

In the local government area of the City of Edinburgh –

  • Work No. S1a – A road, commencing in the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90) at a point 410 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally westwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S1b) at a point 280 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S1b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S1a) at a point 280 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally westwards then generally north westwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S1c) at a point 425 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S1c – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S1b) at a point 425 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally northwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. B1) at a point 470 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S2 – An improvement of Dundas Home Farm Road, commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14c) at a point 70 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating in said Dundas Home Farm Road at a point 90 metres or thereby west of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S3 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with Newliston Road (B800) at a point 145 metres or thereby east of the north east corner of the property known as Milrig Cottages, Kirkliston, passing generally north eastwards then generally north westwards and terminating at a point 180 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S4 – An improvement of the slip road between the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) and the Kirkliston Spur road (M9), commencing in the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S12a) at a point 530 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as Overton Cottages, Kirkliston, passing generally westwards then generally southwards and terminating at the commencement of the improved Kirkliston Spur road (M9) (Work No. S11) at a point 350 metres or thereby east, north east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S5a – A realignment of Builyeon Road (A904), commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. S6) at a point 765 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards to the commencement of the improved Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S5b) at a point 760 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S5b – An improvement of Builyeon Road (A904), commencing in that road at the termination of the realigned Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S5a) at a point 760 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 800 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S6 – A road, commencing at a point 820 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally northwards then generally eastwards then generally southwards then generally westwards and terminating at the same point 820 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S7a – A road, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. S1c) at a point 385 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S7b) at a point 730 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S7b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S7a) at a point 730 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally south eastwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. S6) at a point 750 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S8a – A road, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. S6) at a point 805 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards to the road (Work No. S8b) at a point 825 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S8b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S8a) at a point 825 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally south eastwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. S1b) at a point 1075 metres or thereby south, south east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S9a – A road, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. S6) at a point 795 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally northwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S9b) at a point 765 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S9b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S9a) at a point 765 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally northwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. S1c) at a point 515 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S10a – A road, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. S1b) at a point 1010 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards to the road (Work No. S10b) at a point 865 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S10b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S10a) at a point 865 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. S6) at a point 845 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S11 – An improvement of the Kirkliston Spur road (M9), commencing in that road at the termination of the improved road (Work No. S4) and the road (Work No. S18b) at a point 345 metres or thereby east, north east of the north east corner of the property known as Overton Cottages, Kirkliston, passing generally southwards then generally eastwards then generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at the commencement of the improved Kirkliston Spur road (M9) (Work No. S21) at a point 740 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S12a – An improvement of the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing in that road at a point 190 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the Sewage Works, Newbridge, passing generally north westwards then generally westwards to the commencement of the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S12b) at a point 380 metres or thereby north east of the north west corner of the property known as Burnbank Cottage, Kirkliston, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S13 – A road, commencing by a junction with the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S12a) at a point 410 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as Burnbank Cottage, Kirkliston, passing generally eastwards then generally north eastwards and terminating by a junction with the improved Kirkliston Spur road (M9) (Work No. S21) at a point 220 metres or thereby west, north west of the centre point of the roundabout at the junction of Stirling Road (B9080) and Kirklands Park Street, Kirkliston.

  • Work No. S14a – An improvement of the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800), commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S25), the improved access road (Work No. S31) and the improved Kirkliston Road (B907) (Work No. S32) at a point 380 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards to the commencement of the realigned Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14b) at a point 210 metres or thereby north, north east of the north east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S14b – A realignment of the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800), commencing at the termination of the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14a) at a point 210 metres or thereby north, north east of the north east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally southwards to the commencement of the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14c) at a point 70 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S14c – An improvement of the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800), commencing at the termination of the realigned Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14b) at a point 70 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally southwards and terminating in that road at a point 180 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S15b – An improvement of Builyeon Road (A904), commencing at the termination of the improved Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15a) at a point 920 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards to the commencement of the realigned Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15c) at a point 900 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S15c – A realignment of Builyeon Road (A904), commencing at the termination of the improved Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15b) at a point 900 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. S6) at a point 830 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S17a – An improvement of Bo'ness Road (B924), commencing in that road at a point 610 metres or thereby south, south east of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally south westwards to the commencement of the realigned Bo'ness Road (B924) (Work No. S17b) at a point 650 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S17b – A realignment of Bo'ness Road (B924), commencing at the termination of the improved Bo'ness Road (B924) (Work No. S17a) at a point 650 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards and terminating by a junction with the improved Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S5b) at a point 755 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S18b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S18a) at a point 350 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as Burnbank Cottage, Kirkliston, passing generally eastwards then generally south eastwards and terminating at the commencement of the improved Kirkliston Spur road (M9) (Work No. S11) at a point 335 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as Overton Cottages, Kirkliston.

  • Work No. S19 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned Builyeon Road (U221) (Work No. S20b) at a point 120 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards then generally north eastwards and terminating at a point 170 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S20a – An improvement of Builyeon Road (U221), commencing in that road at a point 15 metres or thereby north of the north west corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards to the commencement of the realigned Builyeon Road (U221) (Work No. S20b) at a point 80 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S20b – A realignment of Builyeon Road (U221), commencing at the termination of the improved Builyeon Road (U221) (Work No. S20a) at a point 80 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards then generally northwards and terminating by a junction with the realigned Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15c) at a point 425 metres or thereby north of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S21 – An improvement of the Kirkliston Spur road (M9), commencing in that road at the termination of the improved Kirkliston Spur road (M9) (Work No. S11) at a point 740 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as Overton Cottages, Kirkliston, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 530 metres or thereby north of the centre point of the roundabout at the junction of Stirling Road (B9080) and Kirklands Park Street, Kirkliston.

  • Work No. S22 – An improvement of the connecting road between the Kirkliston Spur road (M9) and the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing in that connecting road at a point 755 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as Overton Cottages, Kirkliston, passing generally south eastwards and terminating by a junction with the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S12a) at a point 695 metres or thereby east, north east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S23a – An improvement of the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90), commencing in that road at a point 890 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally south westwards then generally westwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S23b) at a point 460 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S23b – A road, commencing at the termination of the improved Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90) (Work No. S23a) at a point 460 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14c) at a point 315 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S24a – An improvement of the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90), commencing in that road at a point 470 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally south eastwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S24b) at a point 130 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S24b – A road, commencing at the termination of the improved Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90) (Work No. S24a) at a point 130 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards to the commencement of the improved Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90) (Work No. S24c) at a point 820 metres or thereby east, south east of the south east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S24c – An improvement of the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90), commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S24b) at a point 820 metres or thereby east, south east of the south east corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating by a junction with that road at a point 1240 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S25 – An improvement of the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800), commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14a), the improved access road (Work No. S31) and the improved Kirkliston Road (B907) (Work No. S32) at a point 380 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards then generally westwards and terminating in said Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) at a point 710 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S26 – An improvement of an access road, commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S25) at a point 585 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards and terminating in that access road at a point 575 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S27 – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14a) at a point 175 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 160 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S28 – A realignment of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14b) at a point 140 metres or thereby west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating at a point 30 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S29 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14b) at a point 75 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating at a point 175 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S30 – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14c) at a point 80 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 65 metres or thereby south, south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S31 – An improvement of an access road, commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work Nos. S14a and S25) and the improved Kirkliston Road (B907) (Work No. S32) at a point 380 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating in that access road at a point 380 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S32 – An improvement of the Kirkliston Road (B907), commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work Nos. S14a and S25) and the improved access road (Work No. S31) at a point 380 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in said Kirkliston Road (B907) at a point 430 metres or thereby north, north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S33a – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15b) at a point 520 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally south westwards then generally westwards to the commencement of the improved private means of access (Work No. S33b) at a point 520 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S34 – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15c) at a point 480 metres or thereby north, north west of the south west corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally south westwards then generally westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 475 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S35 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15c) at a point 495 metres or thereby north, north west of the north west corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally northwards and terminating at a point 520 metres or thereby north, north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S36 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the new means of access (Work No. S50a) at a point 175 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally west, north westwards and terminating at a point 150 metres or thereby south, south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S37 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S5b) at a point 790 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards and terminating at a point 810 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S38 – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned Bo'ness Road (B924) (Work No. S17b) at a point 675 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 685 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S39 – A temporary new means of access, commencing by a junction with the temporary new means of access (Work No. S50b) at a point 130 metres or thereby east, south east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards and terminating at a point 110 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S40 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the new means of access (Work No. S50a) at a point 130 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating at a point 155 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S41 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with an access road at a point 455 metres or thereby north west of the north east corner of the property known as The Old Dairy House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards then generally south eastwards and terminating at a point 405 metres or thereby north west of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S42 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the new means of access (Work No. S50a) at a point 115 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards then generally westwards then generally south westwards and terminating at a point 95 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property. Work No. S42 includes public right of passage by pedal cycle and foot only.

  • Work No. S43 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with Society Road at a point 100 metres or thereby north of the north east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally northwards and terminating at a point 110 metres or thereby north of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S44a – An improvement of Society Road, commencing in that road at a point at a point 300 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S44b) at a point 285 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S44b – A road, commencing at the termination of the improved Society Road (Work S44a) at a point at a point 285 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards and terminating in Society Road at a point 115 metres or thereby north of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S45 – A temporary new means of access, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. S44b) at a point 130 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally northwards and terminating at a point 185 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S46 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with an access road at a point 640 metres or thereby north, north west of the north east corner of the property known as Milrig Cottages, Kirkliston, passing generally south westwards and terminating at a point 635 metres or thereby north, north west of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S48 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the B9080 road at a point 330 metres or thereby north west of the centre point of the roundabout at the junction of Stirling Road (B9080) and Kirklands Park Street, Kirkliston, passing generally south westwards then generally southwards and terminating at a point 655 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as Overton Cottages, Kirkliston.

  • Work No. S50a – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Bo'ness Road (B924) (Work No. S17a) at a point 650 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards then generally northwards to the commencement of the temporary new means of access (Work No. S50b) at a point 290 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as The Fisheries, Queensferry, and terminating at that point. Work No. S50a includes a public right of passage by pedal cycle and foot only over the length from its commencement to the commencement of Work No. S42.

  • Work No. S50b – A temporary new means of access, commencing at the termination of the new means of access (Work No. S50a) at a point 290 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as The Fisheries, Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards then generally eastwards then generally north eastwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. S44b) at a point 235 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry.

  • Work No. S51 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the B9080 road at a point 885 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Carmelhill Cottage, Kirkliston, passing generally southwards and terminating at a point 900 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S53 – An improvement of the M9 Link Road, commencing in that road at a point 730 metres or thereby south west of the south east corner of the property known as South Lodge, Kirkliston, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 195 metres or thereby south, south west of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S54 – An improvement of the M9 Link Road, commencing in that road at a point 280 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as South Lodge, Kirkliston, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 815 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Craigbrae Cottages, Queensferry.

  • Work No. S55 – An improvement of the M9 Link Road, commencing in that road at a point 460 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Craigbrae Cottages, Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 180 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S56 – An improvement of the M9 Link Road, commencing in that road at a point 320 metres or thereby north of the north west corner of the property known as Craigbrae Cottages, Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 550 metres or thereby north of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S57 – An improvement of the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90), commencing in that road at a point 405 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 820 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S59 – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) at a point 190 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 185 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S60 – An improvement of the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90), commencing in that road at a point 270 metres or thereby west of the south west corner of the property known as Scotstoun House, Queensferry, passing generally north westwards and terminating in that road at a point 550 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S61b – An improvement of the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing at the termination of the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S61a) at a point 290 metres or thereby east, north east of the south west corner of the property known as Pentland View, Winchburgh, passing generally south eastwards and terminating in said Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) at a point 320 metres or thereby east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S62 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) (Work No. S14c) at a point 145 metres or thereby south, south east of the south east corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards and terminating at a point 155 metres or thereby south, south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S63 – An improvement of an access road, commencing by a junction with Builyeon Road (A904) at a point 935 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of the property known as Newbigging Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally southwards then generally south eastwards and terminating in that access road at a point 915 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S64 – A temporary new means of access, commencing by a junction with the B9080 road at a point 290 metres or thereby north west of the centre point of the roundabout at the junction of Stirling Road (B9080) and Kirklands Park Street, Kirkliston, passing generally north eastwards and terminating by a junction with the improved Kirkliston Spur road (M9) (Work No. S21) at a point 865 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as South Lodge, Kirkliston.

  • Work No. S65 – A temporary new means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Kirkliston Spur road (M9) (Work No. S21) at a point 825 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as South Lodge, Kirkliston, passing generally south westwards and terminating by a junction with the B9080 road at a point 140 metres or thereby north west of the centre point of the roundabout at the junction of Stirling Road (B9080) and Kirklands Park Street, Kirkliston.

  • Work No. S66 – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. S44b) at a point 30 metres or thereby east of the north east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 15 metres or thereby east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S67 – A temporary realignment of a private means of access, commencing in that private means of access at a point 100 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 20 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S68 – A footway/cycle track, commencing at the termination of the new means of access (Work No. S42) at a point 95 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally southwards then generally south westwards then generally southwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. S15c) at a point 855 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S69 – A new means of access, commencing at the termination of the new means of access (Work No. S42) at a point 95 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally westwards then generally south westwards and terminating at a point 120 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property.

In the local government area of West Lothian –

  • Work No. S12b – An improvement of the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing at the termination of the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S12a) at a point 380 metres or thereby north east of the north west corner of the property known as Burnbank Cottage, Kirkliston, passing generally westwards and terminating in said Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) at a point 605 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S15a – An improvement of Builyeon Road (A904), commencing in that road at a point 950 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally eastwards to the commencement of the improved Builyeon Road (A904) (Work No. S15b) at a point 920 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S18a – A road, commencing by a junction with the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S12b) at a point 395 metres or thereby north of the north east corner of the property known as Burnbank Cottage, Kirkliston, passing generally eastwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. S18b) at a point 350 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. S33b – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing at the termination of the improved private means of access (Work No. S33a) at a point 520 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as White Lodge, Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 525 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S47 – An improvement of the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing in that road at a point 1225 metres or thereby north west of the north east corner of the property known as Overton Cottages, Kirkliston, passing generally south eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 1050 metres or thereby north west of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. S52 – An improvement of the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing in that road at a point 515 metres or thereby north of the south west corner of the property known as Pentland View, Winchburgh, passing generally south eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 395 metres or thereby north, north east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S58 – An improvement of the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing in that road at a point 805 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of the property known as Burnbank Cottage, Kirkliston, passing generally north westwards and terminating in that road at a point 970 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. S61a – An improvement of the Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9), commencing in that road at a point 260 metres or thereby east, north east of the south west corner of the property known as Pentland View, Winchburgh, passing generally south eastwards to the commencement of the improved Edinburgh to Stirling to Thurso Trunk Road (M9/A9) (Work No. S61b) at a point 290 metres or thereby east of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

Crossing the Firth of Forth –

Work No. B1 – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. S1c) at a point 470 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as Inchgarvie House, Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. N1a) at a point 180 metres or thereby south west of the north west corner of the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, and terminating at that point.

In the local government area of Fife –

  • Work No. N1a – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. B1) at a point 180 metres or thereby south west of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally northwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. N1b) at a point 520 metres or thereby north of the north east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N1b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. N1a) at a point 520 metres or thereby north of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally northwards to the commencement of the improved Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) (Work No. N1c) at a point 520 metres or thereby north west of the south east corner of the property known as Craigmount, Inverkeithing, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N1c – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. N1b) at a point 520 metres or thereby north west of the south east corner of the property known as the Craigmount, Inverkeithing, passing generally northwards and terminating in that road at a point 635 metres or thereby north west of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N2a – A road, commencing by a junction with the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 225 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally north westwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. N2b) at a point 220 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N2b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. N2a) at a point 220 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally northwards then generally north eastwards then generally northwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. N1b) at a point 185 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N3a – A road, commencing by a junction with the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 180 metres or thereby south, south west of the south east corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally north eastwards to the commencement of the improved Hope Street (B981) (Work No. N3b) at a point 190 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N3b – An improvement of Hope Street (B981), commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. N3a) at a point 190 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in said Hope Street (B981) at a point 85 metres or thereby east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N4a – A realignment of Castlandhill Road (B980), commencing by a junction with the improved Ferry Toll Road (Work No. N5a) at a point 335 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of the property known as Castlandhill House, Rosyth, passing generally northwards to the commencement of the improved Castlandhill Road (B980) (Work No. N4b) at a point 210 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N4b – An improvement of Castlandhill Road (B980), commencing at the termination of the realigned Castlandhill Road (B980) (Work No. N4a) at a point 210 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally northwards and terminating in said Castlandhill Road (B980) at a point 335 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Craigmount, Inverkeithing.

  • Work No. N5a – An improvement of Ferry Toll Road, commencing in that road by a junction with the improved roads (Work Nos. N20 and N21) and the realigned road (Work No. N10b) at a point 250 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of the property known as Castlandhill House, Rosyth, passing generally eastwards to the commencement of the realigned Ferry Toll Road (Work No. N5b) at a point 355 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N5b – A realignment of Ferry Toll Road, commencing at the termination of the improved Ferry Toll Road (Work No. N5a) at a point 355 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Castlandhill House, Rosyth, passing generally eastwards and terminating by a junction with the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 250 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing.

  • Work No. N6a – An improvement of the B980 road, the roundabout at Ferrytoll Junction and the B981 road, commencing in the said B981 road at a point 175 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally eastwards then generally southwards then generally westwards then generally northwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. N6b) at a point 225 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N6b – A road, commencing at the termination of the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 225 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally eastwards to the commencement of the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 175 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N7 – An access road, commencing by a junction with the improved Hope Street (B981) (Work No. N3b) at a point 90 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally westwards and terminating at a point 75 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N8 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned B981 road (Work No. N10b) at a point 570 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally north eastwards then generally north westwards and terminating at a point 480 metres or thereby south, south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N9a – A road, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. N1a) at a point 235 metres or thereby north west of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally northwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. N9b) at a point 495 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N9b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. N9a) at a point 495 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally northwards and terminating by a junction with the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 300 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N10a – An improvement of the B981 road, commencing in that road at a point 110 metres or thereby north of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards to the commencement of the realigned B981 road (Work No. N10b) at a point 170 metres or thereby north east of the north west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N10b – A realignment of the B981 road, commencing at the termination of the improved B981 road (Work No. N10a) at a point 170 metres or thereby north east of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally north westwards then generally westwards then generally north westwards and terminating by a junction with the improved roads (Work Nos. N5a, N20 and N21) at a point 250 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of the property known as Castlandhill House, Rosyth.

  • Work No. N11a – An improvement of the unclassified southwards continuation of the A90 road, commencing in that road at a point 115 metres or thereby east, south east of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally northwards then generally north westwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. N11b) at a point 130 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N11b – A road, commencing at the termination of the improved road (Work No. N11a) at a point 130 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally north westwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. N9a) at a point 635 metres or thereby north of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N12 – A road, commencing by a junction with the improved A90 road (Work No. N13b) at a point 530 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally southwards and terminating by a junction with the road (Work No. N1a) at a point 795 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N13a – A road, commencing by a junction with the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 270 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally southwards to the commencement of the improved A90 road (Work No. N13b) at a point 520 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N13b – An improvement of the A90 road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. N13a) at a point 520 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally southwards to the commencement of the improved road (Work No. N13c) at a point 195 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N13c – An improvement of the unclassified southwards continuation of the A90 road, commencing at the termination of the improved A90 road (Work No. N13b) at a point 195 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally southwards and terminating in said unclassified southwards continuation of the A90 road at a point 160 metres or thereby north east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N14a – A road, commencing by a junction with the road (Work No. N1b) at a point 180 metres or thereby north, north west of the north west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally southwards to the commencement of the road (Work No. N14b) at a point 160 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N14b – A road, commencing at the termination of the road (Work No. N14a) at a point 160 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally south eastwards and terminating by a junction with the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 175 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N15 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the B981 road at a point 80 metres or thereby north, north west of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally north westwards and terminating at a point 95 metres or thereby north, north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N16 – A realignment of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved Ferry Toll Road (Work No. N5a) at a point 265 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Castlandhill House, Rosyth, passing generally northwards then generally north westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 215 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N17 – A new means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned Castlandhill Road (B980) (Work No. N4a) at a point 180 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally north westwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 205 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N18 – An improvement of a private means of access and public right of way, commencing by a junction with the improved Castlandhill Road (B980) (Work No. N4b) at a point 220 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally north westwards and terminating in that private means of access and public right of way at a point 235 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N19a – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved private means of access (Work No. N22b) at a point 310 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally westwards then generally north eastwards then generally eastwards to the commencement of the new means of access (Work No. N19b) at a point 295 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N19b – A new means of access, commencing at the termination of the improved private means of access (Work No. N19a) at a point 295 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally north eastwards and terminating by a junction with the access road (Work No. N41) at a point 310 metres or thereby north, north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N20 – An improvement of Barham Road, commencing in that road at a point 260 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Castlandhill House, Rosyth, passing generally eastwards and terminating by a junction with the improved Ferry Toll Road (Work Nos. N5a and N21) and the realigned B981 road (Work No. N10b) at a point 250 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N21 – An improvement of Ferry Toll Road, commencing at a point 85 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Castlandhill House, Rosyth, passing generally south eastwards and terminating by a junction with the improved roads (Work Nos. N5a and N20) and the realigned B981 road (Work No. N10b) at a point 250 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N22a – A realignment of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the realigned B981 road (Work No. N10b) at a point 285 metres or thereby north of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally southwards then generally westwards to the commencement of the improved private means of access (Work No. N22b) at a point 200 metres or thereby north west of the north east corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N22b – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing at the termination of the realigned private means of access (Work No. N22a) at a point 200 metres or thereby north west of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally north westwards then generally southwards then generally south eastwards to the commencement of the new means of access (Work No. N43) at a point 115 metres or thereby west, north west of the north west corner of that property, and terminating at that point.

  • Work No. N23 – An improvement of a private means of access, commencing by a junction with the improved road (Work No. N6a) at a point 230 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally north eastwards then generally south westwards then generally south eastwards and terminating in that private means of access at a point 365 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N24 – An access road, commencing by a junction with the improved Hope Street (B981) (Work No. N3b) at a point 115 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the multi-storey car park at Ferrytoll Park and Ride, Inverkeithing, passing generally westwards and terminating at a point 105 metres or thereby south of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N25 – An improvement of the slip road between the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and Admiralty Roundabout, commencing in that slip road at a point 985 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of the property known as Craigmount, Inverkeithing, passing generally southwards and terminating in that slip road at a point 805 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N26 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and the connecting road between said Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and the Pitreavie Spur Trunk Road (A823 (M)), commencing in said Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) at a point 755 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Middlebank House, Dunfermline, passing generally northwards and terminating in said connecting road at a point 615 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N27 – An improvement of the connecting road between the Pitreavie Spur Trunk Road (A823 (M)) and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that connecting road at a point 210 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Middlebank House, Dunfermline, passing generally south westwards and terminating in said Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) at a point 365 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N28 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 185 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Middlebank House, Dunfermline, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 85 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N29 – An improvement of the connecting road between the Pitreavie Spur Trunk Road (A823 (M)) and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that connecting road at a point 270 metres or thereby west, south west of the south west corner of the property known as Middlebank House, Dunfermline, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that connecting road at a point 60 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N30 – A footpath and cycle track, commencing at the road (Work No. N11b) at a point 270 metres or thereby north, north east of the north east corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally southwards and terminating at the realigned B981 road (Work No. N10b) at a point 220 metres or thereby north, north east of the north east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N31 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 300 metres or thereby south of the south west corner of the property known as Duloch House, Dunfermline, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 400 metres or thereby north east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N32 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 610 metres or thereby north east of the south west corner of the property known as Duloch House, Dunfermline, passing generally southwards and terminating in that road at a point 515 metres or thereby north east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N33 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and the connecting road between said Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and the Pitreavie Spur Trunk Road (A823 (M)), commencing in said Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) at a point 195 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of the property known as Middlebank House, Dunfermline, passing generally south westwards and terminating in said connecting road at a point 130 metres or thereby south east of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N34 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 585 metres or thereby south east of the centre point of Sandpiper Drive Roundabout, Halbeath, passing generally northwards and terminating in that road at a point 385 metres or thereby south east of the centre point of Sandpiper Drive Roundabout, Halbeath.

  • Work No. N35 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 235 metres or thereby east, north east of centre point of Sandpiper Drive Roundabout, Halbeath, passing generally northwards and terminating in that road at a point 390 metres or thereby north east of the centre point of Sandpiper Drive Roundabout, Halbeath.

  • Work No. N36 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 770 metres or thereby north of the centre point of the Sandpiper Drive Roundabout, Halbeath, passing generally north westwards and terminating in that road at a point 1065 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Glen Cottage, Halbeath.

  • Work No. N37 – An improvement of the slip road between the roundabout at M90 Junction 3 and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that slip road at a point 470 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of the property known as Glen Cottage, Halbeath, passing generally south eastwards and terminating in said Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) at a point 670 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N38 – An improvement of the slip road between the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) and the roundabout at M90 Junction 3 and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in said Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) at a point 180 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as Glen Cottage, Halbeath, passing generally north westwards and terminating in that slip road at a point 325 metres or thereby south east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N39 – An improvement of the connecting road between the East Fife Regional Road (A92) and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that connecting road at a point 455 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of the property known as Greenbank, Crossgates, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that connecting road at a point 600 metres or thereby south west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N40 – An improvement of the connecting road between the East Fife Regional Road (A92) and the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that connecting road at a point 185 metres or thereby north of the south west corner of the property known as Greenbank, Crossgates, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that connecting road at a point 125 metres or thereby north west of the south west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N41 – An access road, commencing by a junction with the new means of access (Work No. N19b) at a point 310 metres or thereby north, north west of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally westwards and terminating at a point 380 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N42 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 575 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as West Bank, Kingseat, passing generally north eastwards and terminating in that road at a point 470 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N43 – A new means of access, commencing at the termination of the improved private means of access (Work No N22b) at a point 115 metres or thereby west, north west of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally southwards and terminating at a point 120 metres or thereby west, south west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N44 – A footpath and cycle track, commencing at the realigned B981 road (Work No. N10b) at a point 390 metres or thereby north of the north west corner of the property known as the Queensferry Hotel, North Queensferry, passing generally southwards then generally westwards and terminating at the commencement of the access road (Work No. N41) at a point 310 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N45 – An improvement of the Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90), commencing in that road at a point 930 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of the property known as Duloch House, Dunfermline, passing generally southwards and terminating in that road at a point 780 metres or thereby north east of the south east corner of that property.

  • Work No. N46 – A road, commencing by a junction with the improved Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) (Work No. N1c) at a point 480 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of the property known as Seacliffe Villa, Inverkeithing, passing generally northwards and terminating by a junction with Admiralty Roundabout at a point 710 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

  • Work No. N47 – A road, commencing by a junction with Admiralty Roundabout at a point 690 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of the property known as Seacliffe Villa, Inverkeithing, passing generally southwards and terminating by a junction with the improved Inverkeithing to Fraserburgh Trunk Road (M90/A90) (Work No. N1c) at a point 465 metres or thereby north west of the north west corner of that property.

SCHEDULE 2SAncillary works

(introduced by section 1)

1Works for accommodation of apparatus, plant or machinery.S

2Works for accommodation of site compounds (for example, compounds to include offices and other staff facilities, visitor facilities and facilities for manufacturing processes).S

3Works to strengthen, underpin, protect, alter or demolish any building.S

4Works to stabilise the condition of any land.S

5Works for the purposes of flood prevention.S

6Works to alter the position of any existing apparatus or street furniture (including mains and cables).S

7Works to install or provide lighting, apparatus, street furniture or intelligent transport systems.S

8Works to provide new, or to improve existing, means of access to any road or premises.S

9Landscaping, drainage, ecological or other works to mitigate any adverse effects arising from the carrying out, maintenance or operation of the principal works.S

10Works for the benefit or protection of premises affected by the principal works.S

11Works to remove any works carried out under this Act which are temporary works or which are no longer required.S

SCHEDULE 3SSpecial roads

(introduced by section 11)

(1) Location(2) Parliamentary plan reference(3) Road(4) Classes of traffic
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW2, W3 and W6Work No. S13I and II
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW3Work No. S18aI and II
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW2 and W3Work No. S18bI and II
Kirkliston, City of Edinburgh and Queensferry, City of EdinburghW6, W7 and W8M9 Link Road between points R601, R801 and R802I and II
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8Work No. S57I, II and IV
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8 and W10Work No. S1aI, II and IV
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW10 and W11Work No. S1bI, II and IV
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11 and W12Work No. S1cI and II
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S7aI and II
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S8bI, II and IV
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S9bI and II
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S10aI, II and IV
Firth of ForthW12 and W13Work No. B1I and II
North Queensferry, Fife and Rosyth, FifeW13 and W14Work No. N1aI and II
Inverkeithing, FifeW14 and W16Work No. N1bI and II
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N2bI and II
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N9aI and II
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N12I and II
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N14aI and II
Rosyth, FifeW16Work No. N46I and II
Rosyth, FifeW16Work No. N47I and II

SCHEDULE 4SProposed trunk roads

(introduced by section 12(1))

(1) Location(2) Parliamentary plan reference(3) Road
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8 and W10Work No. S23b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8 and W10Work No. S24b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S7b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S8a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S9a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S10b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N2a
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N6b
North Queensferry, Fife and Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N9b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N11b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N13a
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N14b

SCHEDULE 5SExisting roads to become trunk roads on date determined by Ministers

(introduced by section 12(2))

(1) Location(2) Parliamentary plan reference(3) Road to become trunk road(4) Length of road to be trunked
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90)Between points R803, R804 and R805
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8 and W9Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90)Between points R803, R804 and R901
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Road between the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90) and Echline JunctionBetween points R902 and R903
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Road between Echline Junction and the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90)Between points R904 and R905
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Road between Echline Junction and the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90)Between points R906 and R907
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Road between the Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90) and Echline JunctionBetween points R908 and R909
North Queensferry, Fife and Rosyth, FifeW13, W14 and W16A90Between points R1301 and R1601
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Road between the A90 and Ferrytoll JunctionBetween points R1402 and R1405
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Road between the A90 and Ferrytoll JunctionBetween points R1403 and R1404
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Ferrytoll RoundaboutBetween points R1403, R1405, R1410 and R1411 and returning to R1403
Rosyth, FifeW14Road between Castlandhill Road (B980) and the A90Between points R1406 and R1407
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Road between the A90 and Ferrytoll JunctionBetween points R1408 and R1409
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Roundabout at Hope Street (B981) and Ferrytoll RoundaboutBetween points R1409, R1415 and R1416 and returning to R1409
Rosyth, FifeW14Roundabout at Castlandhill Road (B980) and Ferry Toll RoadBetween points R1412, R1413 and R1414 and returning to R1412
Rosyth, FifeW16Road between the A90 and Admiralty RoundaboutBetween points R1602 and R1603
Rosyth, FifeW16Road between Admiralty Roundabout and the A90Between points R1604 and R1605

SCHEDULE 6SRoads to be transferred to local roads authorities

(introduced by section 13)

(1) Location(2) Parliamentary plan reference(3) Road(4) Authority
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Work No. S14bThe City of Edinburgh Council
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S5aThe City of Edinburgh Council
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S6The City of Edinburgh Council
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S15cThe City of Edinburgh Council
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S17bThe City of Edinburgh Council
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Work No. S20bThe City of Edinburgh Council
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW12Work No. S44bThe City of Edinburgh Council
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Work No. N3aFife Council
Rosyth, FifeW14 and W15Work No. N4aFife Council
Rosyth, FifeW14 and W15Work No. N5bFife Council
North Queensferry, Fife and Rosyth, FifeW14 and W15Work No. N10bFife Council

SCHEDULE 7SRoads to be stopped up

(introduced by section 14)

Part 1 SStopped up roads for which no substitute is listed

(1) Location(2) Parliamentary plan reference(3) Road to be stopped up(4) Length of road to be stopped up
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Roundabout at Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) and Kirkliston Road (B907)In an anticlockwise direction between points P909 and P910
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Roundabout at Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800) and Kirkliston Road (B907)In a clockwise direction between points P911 and P912
North Queensferry, FifeW14Footpath between the B981 and car parkBetween points P1404 and P1405
Rosyth, FifeW14Lay-by at Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1427 and P1428

Part 2 SStopped up roads for which substitute roads are listed

(1) Location(2) Parliamentary plan reference(3) Road to be stopped up(4) Length of road to be stopped up(5) Substitute road
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW2Kirkliston Spur road (M9)Between points P203 and P204Work No. S11
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW2Kirkliston Spur road (M9)Between points P205 and P206Work Nos. S4 and S11
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800)Between points P901 and P902Work Nos. S14a, S14b and S14c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Dundas Home Farm RoadBetween points P903 and P904Work No. S2
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW10Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90)Southbound carriageway between points P1001 and P1002Work Nos. S1a and S1b which continue to Work Nos. S1c, B1, N1a and N1b as shown on plans W11 to W14
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW10Cramond Bridge to Forth Road Bridge road (A90)Northbound carriageway between points P1003 and P1004Work Nos. S1a and S1b which continue to Work Nos. S1c, B1, N1a and N1b as shown on plans W11 to W14
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Bo'ness Road (B924)Between points P1101 and P1102Work No. S17b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Builyeon Road (A904)Between points P1103 and P1104Work Nos. S5a, S5b, S6, S15a, S15b and S15c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Builyeon Road (U221)Between points P1105 and P1106Work Nos. S20a and S20b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Bo'ness Road (B924)Between points P1107 and P1108Work Nos. S17a and S17b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Bo'ness Road (B924)Between points P1109 and P1110Work No. S17b
North Queensferry, FifeW13The unclassified southwards continuation of the A90Northbound carriageway between points P1301 and P1302Work Nos. S1a, S1b, S1c and B1 as shown on plans W8 to W12 which continue to Work Nos. N1a and N1b
North Queensferry, FifeW13 and W14A90Northbound carriageway between points P1302 and P1401Work Nos. S1a, S1b, S1c and B1 as shown on plans W8 to W12 which continue to Work Nos. N1a and N1b
North Queensferry, FifeW14B981Between points P1402 and P1403Work Nos. N10a and N10b
Rosyth, FifeW14 and W16Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1406 and P1603Work Nos. N4a and N4b
Rosyth, FifeW14B980 at Ferrytoll RoundaboutBetween points P1413 and P1414Work No. N6a
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Ferrytoll RoundaboutIn a clockwise direction between points P1415 and P1416Work No. N6a
North Queensferry, FifeW14Cycle track between the A90 and the B981Between points P1421 and P1422Work No. N30
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Road between Ferrytoll Junction and the A90Between points P1423 and P1424Work No. N13a
Rosyth, FifeW14Roundabout at Castlandhill Road (B980) and Ferry Toll RoadIn a clockwise direction between points P1425 and P1426Work Nos. N6a and N6b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Road between the A90 and Ferrytoll JunctionBetween points P1429 and P1430Work Nos. N14a and N14b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Roundabout at Hope Street (B981) and Ferrytoll RoundaboutIn a clockwise direction between points P1431 and P1432Work No. N6a
Rosyth, FifeW14B980 between Ferrytoll Roundabout and the roundabout at Ferry Toll Road and Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1433 and P1434Work No. N5b
Rosyth, FifeW14Road between Castlandhill Road (B980) and the A90Between points P1435 and P1436Work Nos. N2a and N2b
Rosyth, FifeW14 and W15Ferry Toll RoadBetween points P1437 and P1501Work Nos. N5a and N5b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Roundabout at Hope Street (B981) and Ferrytoll RoundaboutIn an anticlockwise direction between points P1438 and P1439Work No. N6a
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Roundabout at Hope Street (B981) and Ferrytoll RoundaboutIn a clockwise direction between points P1440 and P1441Work No. N6a
North Queensferry, FifeW14 and W15Footpath adjacent to Welldean CottagesBetween points P1445 and P1510Work Nos. N41 and N44
Inverkeithing, FifeW14A90Southbound carriageway between points P1449 and P1450Work Nos. S1a, S1b, S1c, B1 as shown on plans W8 to W13 which continue to Work Nos. N1a and N1b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Road between the A90 and Ferrytoll RoundaboutBetween points P1451 and P1452Work Nos. N9a and N9b
North Queensferry, FifeW14Footpath from St Margaret's Hope to access track at St Margaret's MarshBetween points P1453 and P1454Work Nos. N19a and N19b
Rosyth, FifeW14Public right of way at Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1457 and P1458Work No. N18

SCHEDULE 8SMeans of access to be stopped up

(introduced by section 15)

Part 1 SMeans of access for which no substitute is listed

(1) Location(2) Parliamentary plan reference(3) Access to be stopped up(4) Length of access to be stopped up
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW2Access road at KirklistonBetween points P201 and P202
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW2Field access from the B9080Between points P207 and P208
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW3Field access from the Kirkliston to Winchburgh Road (C18)Between points P301 and P302
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8Access road at QueensferryBetween points P801 and P802
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW8 and W10Access road at QueensferryBetween points P803 and P1005
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Access track from the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800)Between points P913 and P914
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Access track from the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800)Between points P915 and P916
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW10Access road at QueensferryBetween points P1006 and P1007
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Field access from Builyeon Road (U221)Between points P1121 and P1122
North Queensferry, FifeW14Access between car park and the B981Between points P1407 and P1408
North Queensferry, FifeW14Access between the B981 and car parkBetween points P1411 and P1412
North Queensferry, FifeW15Access track from Ferry Toll RoadBetween points P1504 and P1505
North Queensferry, FifeW15Access track between St Margaret's Marsh and Dunfermline Waste Water Treatment WorksBetween points P1506 and P1507
North Queensferry, FifeW15Access track between Dunfermline Waste Water Treatment Works and St Margaret's MarshBetween points P1508 and P1509
Rosyth, FifeW16Access between Castlandhill Road (B980) and the A90Between points P1601 and P1602

Part 2 SMeans of access for which a substitute is listed

(1) Location(2)Parliamentary plan reference(3) Access to be stopped up(4) Length of access to be stopped up(5) Substitute access
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghW3Field access from the B9080Temporarily between points P303 and P304Work No. S51 as shown on plan W5
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Access track from the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800)Between points P905 and P906Work Nos. S29 and S62
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW9Access track from the Kirkliston to South Queensferry Road (B800)Between points P907 and P908Work No. S28
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Field access from Builyeon Road (A904)Between points P1111 and P1112Work No. S35
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Access road from Bo'ness Road (B924)Between points P1113 and P1114Work No. S38
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Field access from Bo'ness Road (B924)Between points P1115 and P1116Work No. S50a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Field access from Bo'ness Road (B924)Between points P1117 and P1118Work No. S50a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Field access from Bo'ness Road (B924)Between points P1119 and P1120Work No. S50a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW11Field access from Builyeon Road (A904)Between points P1123 and P1124Work No. S35
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW12Access road at Inchgarvie LodgeTemporarily between points P1201 and P1202Work Nos. S39 and S50b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghW12Access road at Inchgarvie HouseTemporarily between points P1203 and P1204Work No. S67
Rosyth, FifeW14Access road to Dunfermline Waste Water Treatment WorksBetween points P1409 and P1410Work No. N8
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Access track between Ferrytoll Roundabout and Edinburgh to Aberdeen Railway LineBetween points P1417 and P1418Work No. N23
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Access road to Ferrytoll Park and RideBetween points P1419 and P1420Work Nos. N7 and N24
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Field access from Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1442 and P1443Work No. N17
North Queensferry, FifeW14Access track between Welldean Cottages and the B981Between points P1444 and P1445Work No. N44
North Queensferry, FifeW14Access track at Welldean Cottages, St Margaret's HopeBetween points P1445 and P1446Work Nos. N19a, N19b, N22a and N22b
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Field access from Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1447 and P1448Work No. N17
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Field access from Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1455 and P1456Work No. N17
Inverkeithing, FifeW14Field access from Castlandhill Road (B980)Between points P1457 and P1458Work No. N18
North Queensferry, FifeW14Private means of access from the B981 to St Margaret's HopeBetween points P1459 and P1460Work No. N22a
Rosyth, FifeW15Access from Ferry Toll Road to Castlandhill HouseBetween points P1502 and P1503Work No. N16

SCHEDULE 9SLand which may be acquired

(introduced by section 22)

Part 1 SAcquisition of land

LocationSheet of Parliamentary plansNumber of land shown on plans
Newbridge, City of EdinburghL1109
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2245
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2259
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2263
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3310
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3339
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3341
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3343
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3356
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3357
Winchburgh, West LothianL4401
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL5501
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL5502
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL5504
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL5505
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL5506
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL5507
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6618
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6620
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6629
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6630
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6635
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6643
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6676
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7701
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7703
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7704
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7705
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7707
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7708
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7715
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7716
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7717
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7718
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7720
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7725
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7726
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7728
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7729
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7730
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7731
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7732
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7733
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL7736
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8806
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8834
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8841
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8842
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8844
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8858
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8864
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9908
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9974
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101047
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101048
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101050
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101053
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111132
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121246
Inverkeithing, FifeL141417A
Rosyth, FifeL151519
Rosyth, FifeL151521
Rosyth, FifeL151522
Inverkeithing, FifeL161604
Inverkeithing, FifeL161605
Inverkeithing, FifeL161607
Inverkeithing, FifeL161615
Inverkeithing, FifeL161619
Inverkeithing, FifeL161626
Inverkeithing, FifeL161627
Inverkeithing, FifeL161637
Inverkeithing, FifeL161653
Inverkeithing, FifeL161656
Masterton, FifeL171702
Masterton, FifeL171703
Masterton, FifeL171710
Masterton, FifeL171712
Masterton, FifeL171713
Masterton, FifeL171720
Masterton, FifeL171724
Masterton, FifeL181801
Masterton, FifeL181802
Masterton, FifeL181803
Masterton, FifeL181805
Masterton, FifeL181806
Dunfermline, FifeL191911
Dunfermline, FifeL191920
Halbeath, FifeL202004
Halbeath, FifeL202012
Halbeath, FifeL202017
Halbeath, FifeL212102
Halbeath, FifeL212110
Halbeath, FifeL212141
Halbeath, FifeL212143
Halbeath, FifeL232305

Part 2 SAcquisition of rights

LocationSheet of Parliamentary plansNumber of rights shown on plans
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2233
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2244
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2272
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3354
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3363
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL5503
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6616
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6617
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8832
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8838
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8845
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8847
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8854
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8855
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8856
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8857
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8859
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8861
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101028
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101040
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101041
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101042
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101043
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101045
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101046
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101049
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111127
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111149
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111162
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121222
Firth of ForthL121231
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121260
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121261
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121263
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121264
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121267
Firth of ForthL121268
Firth of ForthL121271
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121272
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121274
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121282
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121283
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121288
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121289
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121291
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121292
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121295
North Queensferry, FifeL131305
North Queensferry, FifeL131325
Firth of ForthL131331
Firth of ForthL131335
North Queensferry, FifeL131336
North Queensferry, FifeL131337
North Queensferry, FifeL131338
Firth of ForthL131339
Firth of ForthL131341
Firth of ForthL131350
Firth of ForthL131351
Rosyth, FifeL151529
Rosyth, FifeL151530

SCHEDULE 10STemporary possession of land

(introduced by section 37)

(1) Location(2) Sheet of Parliamentary plans(3) Number of land shown on plans(4) Purpose for which temporary possession may be taken(5) Authorised work
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2222Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS12a
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2226Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS4, S11, S12a and S18b
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2250Road improvement, construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS4, S11, S12a and S18b
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2251Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS12a
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL2268Road improvement, construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS4, S11, S12a and S18b
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3330Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS12b and S18a
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3331Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS4, S11, S12a and S18b
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3332Construction and use of a temporary access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS4, S11, S12a, S12b and S18b
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3337Provision, use and maintenance of a site compound, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3345Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS51
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3360Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS12b and S18a
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3361Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS12b and S18a
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3362Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS12b
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL3365Construction works and all other necessary and ancillary purposesS12b and S18a
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6612Construction and use of a temporary access, ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6613Construction and use of a temporary access, ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6614Construction and use of an access, ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposeS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6615Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6623Construction and use of an access, ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6627Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6628Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6641Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S64
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6648Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6649Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6656Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6657Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6658Construction and use of an access, ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6659Construction and use of an access, ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S64
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6661Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S64
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6663Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S64
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6664Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S64
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6665Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S64
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6668Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Kirkliston, City of EdinburghL6669Ground improvement works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS21 and S65
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8811Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS24c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8825Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1a, S14b, S24a and S24b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8829Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1a, S2, S14a, S14b, S14c, S23a, S23b, S24a, S24b, S24c, S29, S30, S57 and S62
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8831Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1a, S2, S14a, S14b, S14c, S23a, S23b, S24a, S24b, S24c, S29, S30, S57 and S62
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8840Construction works, grouting works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS23a and S23b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL8843Construction works, grouting works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS24b, S24c and S57
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9903Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS30
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9905Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS59
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9936Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS30
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9937Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1a, S2, S14a, S14b, S14c, S23a, S23b, S24a, S24b, S24c, S29, S30, S57 and S62
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9940Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1a, S14b, S24a and S24b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9943Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS14a, S14b and S24a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9944Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS14c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9945Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS14c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9946Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS14c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9947Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS14c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9955Construction of an access, construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS28
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9957Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS29
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9964Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS62
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9965Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS30
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL9978Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS14c, S30 and S59
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101029Road improvement, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS63
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL101054Road improvement, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS63
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111101Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS15a and S15b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111102Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS15a and S15b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111103Provision, use and maintenance of a site compound, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111113Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS20a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111116Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS20a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111117Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS20a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111122Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS15a, S15b and S15c
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111123Construction of an access, construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS37
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111130Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111133Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS15a and S15b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111136Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS15a and S15b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111139Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111142Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS15a and S15b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111143Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS17a
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111151Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS17a and S17b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111155Improvement of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS34
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111156Improvement of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS34
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111157Improvement of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS34
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111158Improvement of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS34
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111159Improvement of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS34
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111176Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS15a, S15b, S15c and S35
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111177Construction of an access, construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS35
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111178Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS5a, S5b and S37
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL111179Construction of temporary road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS5a, S5b and S37
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121205Construction and use of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS50b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121209Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c, S39 and S44b
Firth of ForthL121216Construction works, construction and use of temporary jetty, construction of sewage pipeline, and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Firth of ForthL121217Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121223Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c, S43 and S44b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121224Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121225Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121226Construction works, construction and use of temporary jetty, construction of sewage pipeline and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Firth of ForthL121227Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Firth of ForthL121232Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121234Construction and use of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS50b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121236Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and S44b
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121237Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Firth of ForthL121242Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesB1
Firth of ForthL121243Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and S42
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121244Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121250Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121251Road improvement and use of that road for access for construction works, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121253Road improvement and use of that road for access for construction works, construction works, construction of sewage pipeline and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and B1
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121293Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c, S42 and S67
Queensferry, City of EdinburghL121294Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesS1c and S67
Firth of ForthL131306Construction of temporary road, alterations to footway/cycle track, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN11a and N13c
Firth of ForthL131313Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesB1 and N1a
Firth of ForthL131316Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesB1
Firth of ForthL131318Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesB1
Firth of ForthL131324Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesB1 and N1a
North Queensferry, FifeL131329Construction works, alterations to footway/cycle track and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN11a and N13c
North Queensferry, FifeL131330Construction works, alterations to footway/cycle track and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN11a and N13c
North Queensferry, FifeL131342Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesB1
North Queensferry, FifeL131343Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesB1
North Queensferry, FifeL131346Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1a
North Queensferry, FifeL131347Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN10a and N15
Rosyth, FifeL141407AConstruction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN8
Inverkeithing, FifeL141408AConstruction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN24
Inverkeithing, FifeL141411AConstruction of an access road, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN7
Inverkeithing, FifeL141412AConstruction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14b
Inverkeithing, FifeL141416AConstruction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Inverkeithing, FifeL141418Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Inverkeithing, FifeL141425Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3a, N3b, N6a, N6b, N7 and N24
Inverkeithing, FifeL141425AConstruction works, inspection, surveying and monitoring and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3a, N3b, N6a, N6b and N23
Inverkeithing, FifeL141426AConstruction works, inspection, surveying and monitoring and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3a, N3b, N6a, N6b and N23
Inverkeithing, FifeL141427AConstruction works, inspection, surveying and monitoring and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3a, N3b, N6a, N6b and N23
Inverkeithing, FifeL141429AConstruction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3b
Inverkeithing, FifeL141430AConstruction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3b
Inverkeithing, FifeL141431AConstruction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3b
Inverkeithing, FifeL141434AConstruction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3b
Inverkeithing, FifeL141435AConstruction works, inspection, surveying and monitoring and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3a, N3b, N6a, N6b and N23
Rosyth, FifeL141438AConstruction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN8 and N10b
Inverkeithing, FifeL141447Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN3a, N3b, N6a, N6b, N7 and N24
Inverkeithing, FifeL141448Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN8
Inverkeithing, FifeL141453Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Inverkeithing, FifeL141472Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Inverkeithing, FifeL141482Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Inverkeithing, FifeL141486Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Inverkeithing, FifeL141492Ground improvement works, construction works, inspection, surveying and monitoring and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b, N6a, N6b, N12, N13a, N13b, N13c and N23
North Queensferry, FifeL151508Provision, use and maintenance of a site compound, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
North Queensferry, FifeL151509Provision, use and maintenance of a site compound, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
Rosyth, FifeL151517Construction of an access, construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN16
Rosyth, FifeL151525Access for provision, use and maintenance of a site compound and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
Rosyth, FifeL151526Access for provision, use and maintenance of a site compound and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
Rosyth, FifeL151527Access for provision, use and maintenance of a site compound and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
Rosyth, FifeL151528Access for provision, use and maintenance of a site compound and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesAll Forth Crossing works
Inverkeithing, FifeL161633Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Inverkeithing, FifeL161647Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN1b and N14a
Dunfermline, FifeL191919Construction works and for all other necessary and ancillary purposesN32

SCHEDULE 11SListed buildings: authorised works

(introduced by section 63(5))

Listed BuildingSheet of Parliamentary plansAuthorised works
Port Edgar BarracksW12Any survey or building works necessary to mitigate potential impacts due to vibration, dust and construction, including placement or attachment of monitoring equipment. To include the construction of a temporary bridge and access road, removal of same and subsequent re-instatement of land within the boundary of the complex following construction works.
St Margaret's Hope, former Admiralty HouseW13 and W14Any survey or building works necessary to mitigate potential impacts due to vibration or dust, including placement or attachment of monitoring equipment.
St Margaret's Hope, ArchW13 and W14Dismantling and relocation, including any necessary alteration, to a location to be determined by Ministers.
Inchgarvie House, South QueensferryW12Any survey or building works necessary to mitigate potential impacts due to vibration or dust, including placement or attachment of monitoring equipment.

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