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The Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Radioactivity in Sheep) Partial Revocation (Scotland) Order 2007

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Article 2

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Strathclyde Region

The area of land within Cumnock and Doon Valley District comprising that part of the Parish of Dalmellington bounded as follows:–

  • On the north from the point national grid reference NS485029 continuing in an easterly direction by the southern boundary of the Bellsbank Plantation until it meets the Muck Water; then in a south easterly direction by the Muck Water and the western boundary of another plantation to the point national grid reference NS511013; then in a southerly direction to the western edge of Loch Muck and continuing along the western and southern edges of said Loch to the boundary between Strathclyde Region and Dumfries and Galloway Region; and then continuing in a south westerly direction by said boundary until it meets Loch Doon; and then continuing in a north westerly direction by the north eastern edge of said Loch until it meets the Eriff Plantation; then continuing along the eastern and northern boundaries of said Plantation until it again meets the eastern edge of Loch Doon, and then in a north easterly direction to the point national grid reference NS485029.

The area of land within the former Kilmarnock and Loudoun District, now North Ayrshire Council area, comprising that part of the Parish of Galston bounded as follows:–

  • On the north from the Glenoul Burn at point national grid reference NS578360 continuing in a north easterly direction to point national grid reference NS588362; then generally in a southerly direction to point national grid reference NS590355 and continuing along the water course in a south easterly direction until it meets the Dubs Burn at point national grid reference NS594354; then continuing along the said Burn in a southerly direction to point national grid reference NS585328 on the boundary between the former Kilmarnock and Loudoun District, now North Ayrshire Council area; and the former Cumnock and Doon Valley District, now East Ayrshire Council area; then following the said boundary in a northerly and westerly direction until it meets the Logan Burn; then continuing in a northerly direction by the said Burn until it meets the Glenoul Burn; and then continuing in a northerly direction by the Burn to point national grid reference NS578360.

The area of land within Kilmarnock and Loudoun District comprising that part of the Parish of Fenwick bounded as follows:–

  • On the north from the point national grid reference NS515471 and continuing in a north easterly direction to the boundary between Kilmarnock and Loudoun District and Eastwood District; then in a north easterly and south easterly direction by said boundary until it meets the Rough Hill Plantation and continuing generally in a westerly direction by the northern boundary of said Plantation to the point national grid reference NS531459; then in a westerly direction to the boundary of the Flow Moss Plantation at the point national grid reference NS525459; then generally in a northerly direction by the eastern boundary of said Plantation to the point national grid reference NS515471.

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