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The Agricultural Business Development Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2000

  1. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

  2. 2.Interpretation

  3. 3.Objectives

  4. 4.Business Plans

  5. 5.Applications

  6. 6.Determination of applications

  7. 7.Financial assistance

  8. 8.Claims for financial assistance

  9. 9.Payment of assistance

  10. 10.Information and Records

  11. 11.Powers of authorised persons

  12. 12.Revocation of approval and reduction, withholding or recovery of financial assistance

  13. 13.Interest

  14. 14.Offences

  15. 15.Offences by bodies corporate

  16. 16.Revocations and saving provision

    1. SCHEDULE

      AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SCHEME ELIGIBLE MEASURES

      1. PART I MEASURES RELATED TO RE-STRUCTURING OF AN ELIGIBLE BUSINESS OR RE ORIENTATION OF ITS PRODUCTION

        1. 1.Provision or upgrading of– (a) livestock accommodation;

        2. 2.Training required in order to maximise the benefits of any...

      2. PART II MEASURES RELATED TO DIVERSIFICATION OF FARM INCOMES BY CREATING NEW OR IMPROVING EXISTING AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES

        1. 1.Provision, alteration, enlargement or reconditioning of permanent buildings, including adaptation...

        2. 2.Alternative agricultural production.

        3. 3.New and innovative uses of land.

        4. 4.Feasibility studies, market research, the obtaining of business advice and...

        5. 5.Training required in order to maximise the benefits of any...

      3. PART III MEASURES RELATED TO DIVERSIFICATION OUTWITH AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES TO PROVIDE ALTERNATIVE SOURCES OF INCOME

        1. 1.Provision, alteration, enlargement or reconditioning of permanent buildings, including adaptation...

        2. 2.Conversion of redundant buildings into housing for rent.

        3. 3.New and innovative uses of land.

        4. 4.Provision of rural services.

        5. 5.Feasibility studies, market research, the obtaining of business advice and...

        6. 6.Training required in order to maximise the benefits of any...