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The Croft House Grant (Scotland) Regulations 2006

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 INTRODUCTORY

    1. 1.Citation and Commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART 2 GRANTS IN RESPECT OF OPERATIONS

    1. 3.Payment of grant

    2. 4.Amount of grant

    3. 5.The amount of grant payable at the discretion of and...

    4. 6.Application for grant

    5. 7.Claims for payment of grant

    6. 8.Conditions of grant

    7. 9.(1) Where a grant is paid under these Regulations in...

  4. PART 3 GENERAL

    1. 10.Recovery and repayment of grant

    2. 11.Termination of Conditions

    3. 12.Crofters Commission to be agents

    4. 13.Revocation

    5. 14.Transitional Provisions

  5. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      ELIGIBLE REBUILDING AND IMPROVEMENT OPERATIONS

      1. 1.Full or partial rebuilding of the existing croft house.

      2. 2.Provision of kitchen storage.

      3. 3.Provision of sink with hot and cold water supplies and...

      4. 4.Provision of solid, oil or gas fired cooker.

      5. 5.Provision of fixed bath or shower, wash hand basin and...

      6. 6.Renewing of defective floors.

      7. 7.Provision of electrical wiring or rewiring to lights and socket...

      8. 8.Provision of central heating, including the provision of heating from...

      9. 9.Additional bedrooms where necessary.

      10. 10.Extensions and alterations to provide satisfactory kitchen and living area....

      11. 11.Extensions and alterations to provide bath/shower rooms.

      12. 12.Construction of a storm porch of up to four square...

      13. 13.Provision of a fuel store of appropriate size.

      14. 14.Re roofing which may include a new roof structure.

      15. 15.Renewing rhones and downpipes.

      16. 16.Replacing doors and windows.

      17. 17.Re pointing or renewing the roughcast to the walls.

      18. 18.Roughcasting the walls for the first time.

      19. 19.Providing a damp-proof course to the walls.

      20. 20.Providing wall insulation.

      21. 21.Providing roof insulation.

      22. 22.Treating woodworm, dry rot or wet rot.

      23. 23.Re pointing, roughcasting or rebuilding chimney heads, including lead flashings....

      24. 24.Providing foul and rainwater drainage systems.

      25. 25.Lowering surrounding grounds levels, treating the solum, rising damp and...

      26. 26.Connection to the mains electricity supply.

      27. 27.Wiring for the first time to lights and power points...

      28. 28.The supply and installation of a new private generator, including...

      29. 29.Connection to the mains gas supply.

      30. 30.Installation of bulk liquefied petroleum gas tanks (sited above ground...

      31. 31.All necessary builder, joiner, plaster and other works in connection...

      32. 32.Improvement of provision of roads, hard standing, bridges and boat...

      33. 33.Improvement of provision of water supplies.

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      CROFTERS (SCOTLAND) ACT 1993

    3. SCHEDULE 3

  6. Explanatory Note

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