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SI 2014/1063 - The Education (School Teachers’ Prescribed Qualifications, etc) (Amendment) Order 2014

This Order amends the Education (School Teachers’ Prescribed Qualifications, etc) Order 2003.

SI 2014/928 - The Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme Regulations 2014

These Regulations, which apply to Great Britain, establish a renewable heat incentive scheme (“the scheme”) under which owners of biomass plants, heat pumps and solar thermal plants which generate hea...

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SI 2014/1059 - The A470 Trunk Road (Llanrwst Road, Llansanffraid Glan Conwy, Conwy) (Prohibition of Waiting)Order 2014 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A470 (Ffordd Llanrwst, Llansanffraid Glan Conwy, Conwy) (Gwahardd Aros) 2014

SI 2014/1058 - The A477 Trunk Road (Llanddowror to Red Roses, Carmarthenshire) (Temporary Speed Restrictions & No Overtaking) Order 2014 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A477 (Llanddowror i Ros-goch, Sir Gaerfyrddin) (Cyfyngiadau Cyflymder Dros Dro a Dim Goddiweddyd) 2014

SI 2014/1057 - The M4 Motorway (Junction 38, Margam Interchange to Junction 39, Groes, Neath Port Talbot) (Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles) Order 2014 / Gorchymyn Traffordd yr M4 (Cyffordd 38, Cyfnewidfa Margam i Gyffordd 39, Y Groes, Castell-nedd Port Talbot) (Gwahardd Cerbydau Dros Dro) 2014

SI 2014/1056 - The A483 Trunk Road (Cilyrychen Level Crossing, Llandeilo Road, Near Llandybie, Carmarthenshire) (Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles) Order 2014 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A483 (Croesfan Reilffordd Cilyrychen, Heol Llandeilo, Ger Llandyb Sir Gaerfyrddin) (Gwahardd Cerbydau Dros Dro) 2014

SI 2014/1055 - The A55 Trunk Road (Junction 20, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay, Conwy) (Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles, Cyclists and Pedestrians) Order 2014 / Gorchymyn Cefnffordd yr A55 (Cyffordd 20, Ffordd Conwy, Bae Colwyn, Conwy) (Gwahardd Cerbydau, Beicwyr a Cherddwyr Dros Dro) 2014

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