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SI 2012/2027 - The A38 Trunk Road (A5121/Clay Mills Interchange to Egginton) (Derestriction) Order 2012
SI 2012/2024 - The A19 Trunk Road (Moor Farm Roundabout to Seaton Burn Interchange) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/2023 - The A11 Trunk Road (Waterhall Interchange, Newmarket, Suffolk) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/2022 - The A56 Trunk Road (Northbound and Southbound), the M66 Motorway (Southbound) and the M65 (Junction 8 Westbound Dedicated Left Turn) (Temporary Prohibition and Restriction of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/2021 - The M65 Motorway (Junctions 5-10 Eastbound and Westbound Carriageways and Slip Roads) (Temporary Prohibition and Restriction of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/2020 - The A66 Trunk Road (Palliard to Light Trees, Stainmore) (Temporary Restriction and Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/2019 - The M6 Motorway (Junctions 44-45 Northbound and Southbound Carriageways) (Temporary Prohibition and Restriction of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/2016 - The M62 Motorway (Junction 34, Whitley) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/2014 - The A1(M) Motorway (Junction 44) and the A64 Trunk Road (Bramham Interchange to Headley Bar Interchange) (Temporary Restriction and Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
These Regulations, which apply to Great Britain, amend the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Regulations 2011 (“the RHI Regulations”) by introducing a mechanism which restricts access to the renewable h...
These Regulations appoint the Environment Agency to administer climate change agreements entered into under Part IV of Schedule 6 to the Finance Act 2000 and set out procedures for the administration ...
SSI 2012/230 - The A99 (South Road, Wick) (Temporary Prohibition of Waiting, Loading and Unloading) (No. 2) Order 2012
This Order commences Chapter 1 of Part 3 of the Health Act 2006, in relation to Northern Ireland and sections 76 and 77 of that Act so far as they relate to offences under that Chapter 1 of Part 3 (in...
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