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SI 2012/1304 - The M4 Motorway (Junction 15 Eastbound Exit Slip Road) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/1300 - The M5 Motorway (Junction 17 Northbound Exit Slip Road) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/1298 - The M1 Motorway (Junction 14 Milton Keynes and Newport Pagnell Service Area Buckinghamshire) (Temporary Restriction and Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/1297 - The A12 Trunk Road (Harfrey's Roundabout, Great Yarmouth to Victoria Road Roundabout, Gorleston, Norfolk) Southbound (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012
SI 2012/1296 - The A12 Trunk Road (Breydon Bridge, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic and Pedestrians) Order 2012
These Regulations are made under section 5(4A) of the Education Act 2005 (“the 2005 Act”) (inserted by section 40 of the Education Act 2011) which provides for the Chief Inspector’s duty under section...
These Regulations amend the Central Rating List (England) Regulations 2005 (“the Central Rating List Regulations”).
These Regulations provide in relation to England that certain property occupied, or if unoccupied, owned by Canal & River Trust is to be treated as a single hereditament for the purposes of non-domest...
These Regulations are made under section 12 of the Children Act 2004 and revoke the Children Act 2004 Information Database (England) Regulations 2007 (“the ContactPoint Regulations”) and the Children ...
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