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The Environmental Impact Assessment (Forestry) (Scotland) Regulations 1999

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Applications for consent

10.—(1) An application for consent shall be made in writing to the Commissioners and shall be accompanied by–

(a)a map or plan sufficient to identify the land on which the relevant project would be carried out and the extent of any planting, regeneration, construction, works or operations;

(b)a description of the nature of the relevant project;

(c)an environmental statement in respect of the relevant project; and

(d)a copy of the notice to be published in accordance with regulation 13(1).

(2) An applicant for consent shall supply to the Commissioners such number of copies of the application and the documents accompanying it as the Commissioners reasonably may require.

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