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The Management of Extractive Waste (Scotland) Regulations 2010

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Review and update of waste management plan

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16.—(1) Every planning permission granted in accordance with regulation 13 is deemed to be subject to the condition that the waste management plan must be reviewed by the operator and updated as appropriate—

(a)no later than the fifth year after the date on which the permission was first granted and thereafter no later than every fifth year following the date of the last review; and

(b)in the event of substantial changes to the extractive waste area or waste facility, or to the waste deposited.

(2) When approving a waste management plan under regulation 5(3) (transitional provisions), the planning authority must impose a planning condition that the plan must be reviewed by the operator and updated as appropriate—

(a)no later than the fifth year after the date on which it was approved and thereafter no later than every fifth year following the date of the last review; and

(b)in the event of substantial changes to the extractive waste area or waste facility, or to the waste deposited.

(3) Any amendments made to the waste management plan, whether as a result of a review or otherwise, shall be notified to the planning authority.

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