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The Business Improvement Districts (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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Alteration of BID arrangements without an alteration ballot

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17.—(1) Subject to paragraphs (2) to (4), BID arrangements may be altered without an alteration ballot where the arrangements include a provision to that effect.

(2) No provision mentioned in paragraph (1) may alter–

(a)the geographical area of the business improvement district; or

(b)any liability for, or amount of, the BID levy.

(3) Where paragraph (1) applies, the BID arrangements must include a provision describing the procedure to make the alteration.

(4) The procedure referred to in paragraph (3) must include, where there is a BID body, a consultation between the BID body and the local authority.

(5) Where the BID arrangements are altered pursuant to this regulation, the local authority shall ensure the BID arrangements (as altered) are made by the time those BID arrangements (as altered) are to come into force and shall send a notice in writing explaining the reason for and the effect of the alteration to each person liable for the BID levy.

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