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This is a draft item of legislation. This draft has since been made as a Scottish Statutory Instrument: The London Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (Advertising and Trading) (Scotland) Regulations 2011 No. 458
1. In these Regulations, “event zone” means the Hampden Park zone, being the zone comprised of the non-shaded area shown on the deposited map bounded externally by a dotted green line including the pavement on each side of any road within the event zone.
2. The event zone includes the airspace above the land in that area.
3. All parts of a railway station (whether on, above or under the ground) and whether in or outside of an event zone are to be treated as being within the event zone if any part of the station is on or above the ground in the event zone.
4. In this Schedule, “deposited map” means, in relation to the event zone, the map bearing the name “Hampden Park zone”, the signature of a deputy director of the Regeneration and Commonwealth Games Division of the Scottish Government, the title of these Regulations and date September 2011, of which prints are deposited and available on request for inspection during normal office opening hours at the offices of—
(a)the Scottish Ministers at Victoria Quay, Edinburgh;
(b)Glasgow City Council at City Chambers, Glasgow.
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