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The Crofting Counties Agricultural Grants (Scotland) Scheme 2006

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1.  Subject to the provisions of this Schedule and of paragraph 7 of this Scheme, the approved cost of any operation specified in the following list is an operation under this Scheme:–

1.erection or improvement of agricultural buildings;
2.works associated with agricultural buildings, including yards, hard standings, dungsteads and slurry stores;
3.restoration of derelict land (excluding heathland and moorland) by regeneration, re seeding, laying down to permanent pasture, bracken control or reconditioning;
4.formation or improvement of access tracks to land improvement areas;
5.field drainage including under drainage, hill drainage and ditching;
6.arterial drainage;
7.provision or improvement of silos (excluding grain silos);
8.erection or improvement of shelters for the temporary housing, sheltering and feeding of out wintered livestocks;
9.provision or improvement of facilities for the organised feeding of out wintered livestock including permanently fixed troughs and feed barriers and associated concrete bases;
10.provision or improvement of equipment for the handling and treatment of livestock;
11.provision of fences, hedges, walls, gates or cattle grids;
12.planting of shelter belts;
13.provision or improvement of water supplies;
14.provision or improvement of a mains electricity connection or supply;
15.supply and installation of an electricity generator;
16.provision of a gas supply;
17.provision of electrical equipment;
18.provision or improvement of roads, bridges, culverts or boat slips.

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