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The Reservoirs (Scotland) Regulations 2016

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Information that a reservoir manager must register with SEPA

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11.  The reservoir manager of a controlled reservoir must, under section 10(1) of the Act, register—

(a)the information and documents (in relation to the reservoir) specified in Schedule 1;

(b)if the reservoir is a reservoir to which section 11(2) of the Act applies—

(i)a copy of the most recent report of an inspection under section 10 of the 1975 Act in relation to that reservoir;

(ii)the name, business address, email address and telephone number(s) of the inspecting engineer who carried out the inspection to which the report relates; and

(iii)to the extent known or readily obtainable by the reservoir manager, the name, business address, email address and telephone number(s) (including a telephone number for making contact outside normal working hours or in an emergency) of any—

(aa)construction engineer;

(bb)inspecting engineer; or

(cc)supervising engineer,

appointed immediately before the date on which the reservoir was registered (or, if any such engineer was not appointed at that point, the last such engineer appointed) under the 1975 Act in relation to the reservoir (and the period of any such appointment); and

(c)if the reservoir is required to be registered in accordance with section 13 of the Act, a map showing the area of land which, in the event of an uncontrolled release of water from the reservoir, would be likely to be flooded.

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