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The Less Favoured Area Support Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2010

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Regulations 2(1) and 5(3)

SCHEDULE 1MEANING OF DAIRY RING FENCE AREA

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“Dairy ring fence area” means—

(a)

the islands of Shetland;

(b)

the islands of Orkney;

(c)

the islands of Islay, Jura, Arran, Bute, Great Cumbrae, Little Cumbrae and the Kintyre Peninsula south of Tarbert;

(d)

the islands of the Outer Hebrides and the Inner Hebrides; and

(e)

the areas of land within Argyll and Bute Council comprising those parts of the parishes of Dunoon and Kilmun and Inverchaolain bounded as follows—

Starting in the North on the shore of Loch Striven at point national grid reference NS/095708; then in an easterly direction along the Ministry of Defence boundary to point national grid reference NS/098708; then in a northerly direction along the Ministry of Defence boundary to point national grid reference NS/097711; then in a north-easterly direction along the Ministry of Defence boundary to point national grid reference NS/098711; then in a northerly direction along the Ministry of Defence boundary to point national grid reference NS/098712; then in a north north‑easterly direction along the Ministry of Defence boundary to point national grid reference NS/099713; then in a north-easterly direction to point national grid reference NS/103714; then in a south-easterly direction to point national grid reference NS/107712; then in a easterly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/111712; then in a southerly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/110708; then in a south-easterly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/112707; then in a south south-easterly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/113704; then in a south-easterly direction to point national grid reference NS/114704; then in a southerly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/114699; then in a south-westerly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/112699; then in a south south‑westerly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/11163 where the forestry fence meets the A815; then in a southerly direction along the A815 to point national grid reference NS/112689; then in a north-easterly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/114690; then in an east south-easterly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/117688; then in a southerly direction along the forestry fence to point national grid reference NS/116685; then in a westerly direction to point national grid reference NS/114685 where the forestry fence meets a track; then in a southerly direction down the track to point national grid reference NS/114683; then in a westerly direction down a burn to point national grid reference NS/112682 where the burn meets the A815; then in a southerly direction down the A815 to point national grid reference NS/111679; then in a westerly direction to point national grid reference NS/110679 at the high water mark; then in a westerly direction for approximately 1200 metres which then turns in a northerly direction all along the shore back to the starting point of national grid reference NS/095708.

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