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The Food Protection (Emergency Prohibitions) (Radioactivity in Sheep) Partial Revocation (Scotland) Order 2008

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Article 2(1)

SCHEDULE 1

Strathclyde Region

The area of land within the former Eastwood District, now East Renfrewshire Council area, comprising that part of the Parish of Eaglesham bounded as follows:–

  • On the north west at Soame Bridge on the Road B764; continuing in a north easterly direction along said Road to the point national grid reference NS553508; then continuing in a south westerly direction to the point national grid reference NS547501; and then continuing generally in an easterly direction by the Dunwan Burn to the point national grid reference NS569498; and then generally in a southerly direction to the point national grid reference NS572488 and on to the point national grid reference NS572477 on the Carrot Burn; then north-easterly along the Carrot Burn to the point national grid reference NS577481 and continuing in the same general direction to the point national grid reference NS585482 and to the point national grid reference NS593491; then in a south easterly direction to the point national grid reference NS595490; then continuing in a southerly direction to the point national grid reference NS596484 and in a south-easterly direction to the point national grid reference NS604482; then continuing in a generally south-westerly and north-westerly direction following the Eaglesham Parish boundary with the Parishes of East Kilbride, Galston and Fenwick, to the point of intersection with Soame Bridge on the Road B764.

Article 2(2)

SCHEDULE 2

Strathclyde Region

For paragraph 2(d)(iii) of Part II of Schedule 1 to the principal Order substitute:–

(iii)On the west from the point national grid reference NS654235 on the boundary between the Parishes of Muirkirk and Auchinleck, in a north easterly direction to the source of the March Burn at the point national grid reference NS656238; then in a north easterly direction following the said burn to the point national grid reference NS659246; then following hard boundary in a south easterly direction to intersection with the Proscribe Burn at the point national grid reference NS672240; then following hard boundary in a north-easterly direction to point of intersection of dismantled railway and unnamed burn at the point national grid reference NS684257; then following line of dismantled railway in a north-easterly direction to point of intersection with unnamed burn at the point national grid reference NS701268; then in a south easterly direction following the line of said burn to the point national grid reference NS704263; then in a south-easterly direction to the summit of The Steel at spot height 413 metres; then in a south easterly direction to the summit of Cairn Table at spot height 593 metres on Muirkirk Parish boundary; then in a southerly direction, following the line of said boundary, to the summit of Stony Hill at spot height 562 metres; then in a westerly direction following the line of the boundary between the Parishes of Muirkirk and Auchinleck to the point national grid reference NS654235..

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