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The Local Government Pensions Etc. (Councillors and VisitScotland) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2007

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PART 3Scheme employers: VisitScotland

Scheme Employers: VisitScotland

10.  For paragraph 10 of Schedule 2 (Scheme employers) substitute–

10.  VisitScotland, established under section 1(1) of the Development of Tourism Act 1969(1)..

11.  As new entries at the end of the Table in Part II of Schedule 5 (appropriate funds), insert–

15A.  Employee of VisitScotland, other than an employee who is a former employee of the Scottish Network 1 Tourist Board(2) or the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board(3) who transferred to VisitScotland by virtue of paragraph 1 of Schedule 1 to the Tourist Boards (Scotland) Act 2006 and who was a member of the Scheme at the date of that transfer, for whom the appropriate fund is set out at entries 15B to 15L below.

Fund maintained by City of Edinburgh Council.

15B.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 1 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Dumfries network area.

Fund maintained by Dumfries and Galloway Council.

15C.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 1 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Edinburgh network area.

Fund maintained by City of Edinburgh Council.

15D.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 1 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Glasgow or Prestwick network area.

Fund maintained by City of Glasgow Council.

15E.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 1 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Selkirk network area.

Fund maintained by Scottish Borders Council.

15F.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Aberdeen network area.

Fund maintained by Aberdeen City Council.

15G.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Dundee or Perth network area.

Fund maintained by Dundee City Council.

15H.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Kirkwall network area.

Fund maintained by Orkney Islands Council.

15I.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Lerwick network area.

Fund maintained by Shetland Islands Council.

15J.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Markinch network area.

Fund maintained by Fife Council.

15K.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Stornoway or Strathpeffer network area.

Fund maintained by Highland Council.

15L.  Former employee of the Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board who worked at the date of the transfer to VisitScotland in the VisitScotland Stirling network area.

Fund maintained by Falkirk Council..
(1)

1969 c. 51; the name of the body established under section 1(1) of that Act was changed from the Scottish Tourist Board to VisitScotland by section 1(1) of the Tourist Boards (Scotland) Act 2006 (asp 15).

(2)

The Scottish Network 1 Tourist Board was created by S.S.I. 2004/396 (as amended by S.S.I. 2004/464), and dissolved by section 3(2) of the Tourist Boards (Scotland) Act 2006.

(3)

The Scottish Network 2 Tourist Board was created by S.S.I. 2004/397 (as amended by S.S.I. 2004/465), and dissolved by section 3(2) of the Tourist Boards (Scotland) Act 2006.

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