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The Non-Domestic Rates (Enterprise Areas) (Scotland) Regulations 2012

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2.—(1) In these Regulations—

“the 1975 Act” means the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1975(1);

“the General Manufacturing and Growth Sectors Enterprise Area” means the area comprised of the following sites—

(a)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “General Manufacturing and Growth Sectors Enterprise Area - Creative Clyde” and dated 9th February 2012; and

(b)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “General Manufacturing and Growth Sectors Enterprise Area - Prestwick International” and dated 8th February 2012;

“lands and heritages” has the meaning prescribed by and under section 42 of the Lands Valuation (Scotland) Act 1854(2);

“the Life Sciences Enterprise Area” means the area comprised of the following sites—

(a)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Life Sciences Enterprise Area – Irvine – BRD” and dated 13th February 2012;

(b)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Life Sciences Enterprise Area – Forres” and dated 8th February 2012;

(c)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Life Sciences Enterprise Area – Inverness Campus” and dated 8th February 2012;

(d)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Life Sciences Enterprise Area – BioQuarter” and dated 9th February 2012; and

(e)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Life Sciences Enterprise Area – BioCampus” and dated 9th February 2012;

“the Low Carbon/Renewables East Enterprise Area” means the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Low Carbon/Renewables East Enterprise Area - Leith, Edinburgh” and dated 9th February 2012;

“the Low Carbon/Renewables North Enterprise Area” means the area comprised of the following sites—

(a)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Low Carbon/Renewables North Enterprise Area – Hatston” and dated 8th February 2012;

(b)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Low Carbon/Renewables North Enterprise Area - Arnish” and dated 9th February 2012;

(c)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Low Carbon/Renewables North Enterprise Area - Scrabster” and dated 8th February 2012; and

(d)

the area delineated in red on the map entitled “Low Carbon/Renewables North Enterprise Area – Lyness” and dated 9th February 2012;

“rateable value” means the rateable value entered in the valuation roll for that date in respect of the applicable lands and heritages and includes a rateable value so entered with retrospective effect;

“rates” means non-domestic rates levied under section 7B of the 1975 Act(3); and

“valuation roll” means the roll made up under section 1 of the 1975 Act(4).

(2) In this regulation a reference to a map is a reference to the map with that title and date deposited at the Scottish Government Business Directorate.

(2)

1854 c.91. Section 42 was amended by section 152 of the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994.

(3)

Section 7B was inserted by section 110(2) of the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (c.14) and amended by paragraph 100(4) of Schedule 13 to the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994.

(4)

Section 1 was repealed in part by Schedule 14 to the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994 and Schedule 4 to the Local Government and Rating Act 1997 (c.29).

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