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The Non-Domestic Rating (Rural Areas and Rateable Value Limits) (Scotland) Amendment Order 2008

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Article 2

SCHEDULE

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Schedule to be substituted for Schedule 1 to the Non Domestic Rating (Rural Areas and Rateable Value Limits) (Scotland) Order 2005.

Article 2

SCHEDULE 1DESIGNATED RURAL AREAS

Local authority areaExcluded localities
12
AberdeenshireBanchory
Banff
Ellon
Fraserburgh
Huntly
Inverurie
Kemnay
Kintore
Macduff
Newtonhill
Peterhead
Portlethen
Stonehaven
Turriff
Westhill
AngusArbroath
Brechin
Carnoustie
Dundee
Forfar
Kirriemuir
Montrose
Argyll and ButeCampbeltown
Dunoon
Helensburgh
Oban
Rothesay
ClackmannanshireAlloa
Alva
Clackmannan
Tillicoultry
Tullibody
Dumfries and GallowayAnnan
Castle Douglas
Dalbeattie
Dumfries
Kirkcudbright
Locharbriggs
Lockerbie
Newton Stewart
Stranraer
East AyrshireAuchinleck
Cumnock
Darvel
Drongan
Galston
Hurlford and Crookedholm
Kilmarnock
Logan
Mauchline
Newmilns
Stewarton
East DunbartonshireBearsden
Bishopbriggs
Kirkintilloch
Lennoxtown
Lenzie
Milngavie
Milton of Campsie
East LothianCockenzie
Dunbar
Haddington
Musselburgh
North Berwick
Prestonpans
Tranent
East RenfrewshireBarrhead
Busby
Clarkston
Eaglesham
Giffnock
Neilston
Newton Mearns
Eilean SiarStornoway
FalkirkBo'ness
Bonnybridge
Carron
Denny
Falkirk
Grangemouth
Hallglen
Polmont
Stenhousemuir
FifeAnstruther
Ballingry
Buckhaven
Burntisland
Cardenden
Cowdenbeath
Cupar
Dalgety Bay
Dunfermline
Glenrothes
High Valleyfield
Inverkeithing
Kelty
Kennoway
Kincardine
Kirkcaldy
Leslie
Leven
Leuchars
Lochgelly
Newport-on-Tay
Oakley
Rosyth
St Andrews
Tayport
HighlandAlness
Culloden
Dingwall
Fort William
Invergordon
Inverness
Nairn
Smithton
Tain
Thurso
Westhill
Wick
InverclydeGourock
Greenock
Kilmacolm
Port Glasgow
MidlothianBilston
Bonnyrigg
Dalkeith
Gorebridge
Loanhead
Mayfield
Penicuik
MorayBuckie
Elgin
Forres
Keith
Lossiemouth
North AyrshireArdrossan
Beith
Dalry
Dreghorn
Irvine
Kilbirnie
Kilwinning
Largs
Saltcoats
Springside
Stevenston
West Kilbride
North LanarkshireAirdrie
Bellshill
Chapelhall
Chryston
Coatbridge
Cumbernauld
Holytown
Kilsyth
Moodiesburn
Motherwell
Newarthill
Newmains
New Stevenston
Shotts
Stepps
Viewpark
Wishaw
Orkney IslandsKirkwall
Perth and KinrossAuchterarder
Blairgowrie
Crieff
Kinross
New Scone
Perth
RenfrewshireBishopton
Bridge of Weir
Elderslie
Erskine
Houston
Inchinnan
Johnstone
Kilbarchan
Linwood
Paisley
Renfrew
Scottish BordersEyemouth
Galashiels
Hawick
Jedburgh
Kelso
Peebles
Selkirk
Shetland IslandsLerwick
South AyrshireAyr
Girvan
Maybole
Prestwick
Troon
South LanarkshireBlantyre
Bothwell
Cambuslang
Carluke
East Kilbride
Glasgow
Hamilton
Kirkmuirhill and Blackwood
Lanark
Larkhall
Lesmahagow
Rutherglen
Stonehouse
Strathaven
Uddingston
StirlingBannockburn
Bridge of Allan
Callander
Dunblane
Stirling
West DunbartonshireAlexandria
Bonhill
Bowling
Clydebank
Dumbarton
Duntocher and Hardgate
Faifley
Milton
Old Kilpatrick
Renton
West LothianArmadale
Bathgate
Blackburn
Broxburn
East Calder
Fauldhouse
Linlithgow
Livingston
West Calder
Whitburn

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