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The Loch Sunart to the Sound of Jura Marine Conservation Order 2016

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Articles 2 and 3

SCHEDULE 1THE PROTECTED AREA

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For the purposes of articles 2 and 3 the protected area described in this Schedule is enclosed by the boundary lines which are described below, in each case by reference to the co-ordinates of the points joined by a line and a topographical description of the line—

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1A to BMean low water spring tide
2B to CGeodesic line
3C to DMean low water spring tide
4D to EGeodesic line
5E to FMean low water spring tide
6F to GGeodesic line
7G to HMean low water spring tide
8H to IGeodesic line
9I to JMean low water spring tide
10J to KGeodesic line
11K to LMean low water spring tide
12L to MGeodesic line
13M to NMean low water spring tide
14N to OGeodesic line
15O to PMean low water spring tide
16P to QGeodesic line
17Q to RMean low water spring tide
18R to SGeodesic line
19S to TMean low water spring tide
20T to UGeodesic line
21U to VMean low water spring tide
22V to WGeodesic line
23W to XMean low water spring tide
24X to YGeodesic line
25Y to ZGeodesic line
26Z to AAGeodesic line
27AA to ABGeodesic line
28AB to ACGeodesic line
29AC to ADMean low water spring tide
30AD to AEGeodesic line
31AE to AFMean low water spring tide
32AF to AGGeodesic line
33AG to AHMean low water spring tide
34AH to AIGeodesic line
35AI to AJMean low water spring tide
36AJ to AKGeodesic line
37AK to ALMean low water spring tide
38AL to AMGeodesic line
39AM to ANMean low water spring tide
40AN to AGeodesic line

Where—

“A” is 56°42.650′N, 006°13.564′W;

“B” is 56°40.798′N, 006°01.803′W;

“C” is 56°39.030′N, 006°00.165′W;

“D” is 56°32.058′N, 005°46.534′W;

“E” is 56°32.009′N, 005°46.330′W;

“F” is 56°31.499′N, 005°35.962′W;

“G” is 56°29.976′N, 005°34.161′W;

“H” is 56°31.970′N, 005°27.809′W;

“I” is 56°31.223′N, 005°26.208′W;

“J” is 56°28.815′N, 005°28.524′W;

“K” is 56°26.245′N, 005°28.945′W;

“L” is 56°25.380′N, 005°29.072′W;

“M” is 56°25.317′N, 005°29.280′W;

“N” is 56°24.890′N, 005°29.798′W;

“O” is 56°24.554′N, 005°29.303′W;

“P” is 56°21.244′N, 005°32.148′W;

“Q” is 56°21.046′N, 005°32.302′W;

“R” is 56°07.806′N, 005°36.320′W;

“S” is 56°06.777′N, 005°34.108′W;

“T” is 56°06.591′N, 005°34.018′W;

“U” is 56°05.556′N, 005°34.961′W;

“V” is 55°59.132′N, 005°41.294′W;

“W” is 56°00.818′N, 005°46.929′W;

“X” is 56°06.815′N, 005°47.699′W;

“Y” is 56°09.635′N, 005°47.702′W;

“Z” is 56°10.258′N, 005°51.915′W;

“AA” is 56°12.583′N, 005°55.945′W;

“AB” is 56°16.220′N, 005°49.392′W;

“AC” is 56°18.749′N, 005°49.789′W;

“AD” is 56°22.736′N, 005°41.379′W;

“AE” is 56°23.009′N, 005°40.806′W;

“AF” is 56°25.025′N, 005°39.148′W;

“AG” is 56°25.467′N, 005°39.069′W;

“AH” is 56°36.604′N, 006°01.898′W;

“AI” is 56°36.651′N, 006°01.797′W;

“AJ” is 56°36.678′N, 006°01.765′W;

“AK” is 56°36.743′N, 006°01.712′W;

“AL” is 56°37.500′N, 006°02.676′W;

“AM” is 56°38.071′N, 006°03.598′W; and

“AN” is 56°38.572′N, 006°11.715′W.

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