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The Rural Development Contracts (Rural Priorities) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2011

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Amendment to Part 2 of Schedule 2

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55.  In Schedule 2 (rural priorities options), Part 2—

(a)in Table B, at the end insert—

Native woodland in the Northern and Western Isles0.25
  • at least 60% native species

  • up to 15% mixed broadleaved

  • up to 25% open ground

3000
Mixed conifer/broadleaved woodland in Central Scotland0.25
  • up to 20% mixed conifer species

  • up to 80% mixed broadleaved

  • up to 20% open ground

Conifers – 2500

Broadleaved - 2100

(b)in Table C, at the end insert—

Native woodland in the Northern and Western Isles5200360
Mixed conifer/broadleaved woodland in Central Scotland5000300

(c)for Table D (Standard Cost For Forestry Operations/Capital Items) substitute the table set out in Schedule 2 to these Regulations; and

(d)in Table E (Actual Cost Capital Items) for the text in the first column (item column)—

(i)in the first row, substitute “Capital works for SSSI Sites (which are high nature value areas) and European sites, which enhance the public amenity value of these features”; and

(ii)in the second row, substitute “Control of rhododendron in geographical areas covered by a regional control strategy for this invasive non-native species in all native and ancient woodlands and in woodlands affected by Phytophthora ramorum (P. ramorum)”.

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