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The Business Improvement Districts (Scotland) Regulations 2007

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3.—(1) Subject to sub paragraph (2), the matters which shall be included in alteration proposals are a description of how it is proposed the BID arrangements are to be altered in relation to each of the following:–

(a)the works or services to be provided or the person to have responsibility for implementing the BID arrangements;

(b)a summary of the existing baseline services provided by the local authority or other person with public functions;

(c)the geographical area (including a map showing that area) in which the proposed BID arrangements are to have effect;

(d)whether the BID arrangements may be altered without an alteration ballot and, if so, which aspects of the BID arrangements may be altered in this way; and

(e)a statement of the commencement date of the alterations to the BID arrangements.

(2) In relation to sub paragraph (1)(c), the geographical area in which BID arrangements are to have effect shall not include part only of a relevant property.

(3) In relation to sub paragraph (1)(e), the BID body shall specify how many days after the notice of the result is published pursuant to paragraph 17 of Schedule 2 it proposes the alterations to the BID arrangements will come into force and such commencement date shall be no later than a year after the date of that notice.

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