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The National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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Receipt and notification of applications

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1.—(1) The Board shall, within five working days of receiving an application to which regulation 5(10) applies, give written notice of the application to–

(a)the Area Pharmaceutical Committee;

(b)the Area Medical Committee;

(c)any person whose name is included in the pharmaceutical list or the provisional pharmaceutical list and whose interests may, in the opinion of the Board, be significantly affected if the application were granted;

(d)any Board whose boundary is within two kilometres of the proposed premises,

and any person or body so notified may, within 30 days from the date on which the notification was sent to such person or body, make written representations about the application to the Board.

(2) Any Board which is notified under sub-paragraph (1)(d) above shall, within 5 working days, give written notice of the application to–

(a)its Area Pharmaceutical Committee;

(b)its Area Medical Committee;

(c)any person whose name is included in its pharmaceutical list or the provisional pharmaceutical list and whose interests may, in the opinion of the said Board be significantly affected if the application were granted,

and any person so notified may, within 30 days from the date on which the notification was sent to the said Board, make written representations to the Board to whom the application was made.

(3) Any notice given under sub-paragraph (1) or (2) above shall include a statement of the right to make representations in accordance with that sub-paragraph.

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