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

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Articles 2 and 4(4)(b)

SCHEDULE 2AREAS WHERE MECHANICAL DREDGING AND, PROVIDED CERTAIN SPECIFIED EQUIPMENT IS NOT USED, DEMERSAL TRAWLING (EXCEPT BEAM TRAWLING) IS ALLOWED

This schedule has no associated Policy Notes

For the purposes of articles 2 and 4(4)(b) the parts of the protected area described in this Schedule are 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—

PART 1

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1AO to APMean low water spring tide
2AP to AQGeodesic line
3AQ to ARMean low water spring tide
4AR to ASGeodesic line
5AS to ATMean low water spring tide
6AT to AUGeodesic line
7AU to AVMean low water spring tide
8AV to AWGeodesic line
9AW to AXMean low water spring tide
10AX to AYGeodesic line
11AY to AZMean low water spring tide
12AZ to AOGeodesic line

Where—

“AO” is 56°42.650′N, 006°13.564′W;

“AP” is 56°40.798′N, 006°01.803′W;

“AQ” is 56°39.030′N, 006°00.165′W;

“AR” is 56°32.664′N, 005°52.001′W;

“AS” is 56°31.276′N, 005°51.997′W;

“AT” is 56°36.604′N, 006°01.898′W;

“AU” is 56°36.651′N, 006°01.797′W;

“AV” is 56°36.678′N, 006°01.765′W;

“AW” is 56°36.743′N, 006°01.712′W;

“AX” is 56°37.500′N, 006°02.676′W;

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

“AZ” is 56°38.572′N, 006°11.715′W.

PART 2

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1BA to BBMean low water spring tide
2BB to BCGeodesic line
3BC to BDMean low water spring tide
4BD to BEGeodesic line
5BE to BFMean low water spring tide
6BF to BGGeodesic line
7BG to BHMean low water spring tide
8BH to BIGeodesic line
9BI to BJMean low water spring tide
10BJ to BKGeodesic line
11BK to BLMean low water spring tide
12BL to BAGeodesic line

Where—

“BA” is 56°27.683′N, 005°35.959′W;

“BB” is 56°31.970′N, 005°27.809′W;

“BC” is 56°31.223′N, 005°26.208′W;

“BD” is 56°28.815′N, 005°28.524′W;

“BE” is 56°26.245′N, 005°28.945′W;

“BF” is 56°25.380′N, 005°29.072′W;

“BG” is 56°25.317′N, 005°29.280′W;

“BH” is 56°23.459′N, 005°34.981′W;

“BI” is 56°27.287′N, 005°36.539′W;

“BJ” is 56°27.629′N, 005°36.047′W;

“BK” is 56°27.639′N, 005°36.028′W; and

“BL” is 56°27.671′N, 005°35.978′W.

PART 3

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1BM to BNMean low water spring tide
2BN to BOGeodesic line
3BO to BPMean low water spring tide
4BP to BMGeodesic line

Where—

“BM” is 56°11.276′N, 005°37.940′W;

“BN” is 56°11.583′N, 005°37.773′W;

“BO” is 56°10.893′N, 005°34.954′W; and

“BP” is 56°08.322′N, 005°36.546′W.

PART 4

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1BQ to BRMean low water spring tide
2BR to BSGeodesic line
3BS to BTMean low water spring tide
4BT to BUGeodesic line
5BU to BVGeodesic line
6BV to BQGeodesic line

Where—

“BQ” is 56°07.799′N, 005°36.400′W;

“BR” is 56°07.806′N, 005°36.320′W;

“BS” is 56°06.777′N, 005°34.108′W;

“BT” is 56°06.591′N, 005°34.018′W;

“BU” is 56°06.104′N, 005°34.461′W; and

“BV” is 56°06.263′N, 005°37.932′W.

PART 5

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1BW to BXGeodesic line
2BX to BYGeodesic line
3BY to BZMean low water spring tide
4BZ to BWGeodesic line

Where—

“BW” is 55°59.543′N, 005°42.667′W;

“BX” is 56°04.239′N, 005°37.446′W;

“BY” is 56°04.208′N, 005°36.504′W; and

“BZ” is 55°59.132′N, 005°41.294′W.

PART 6

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1CA to CBGeodesic line
2CB to CCGeodesic line
3CC to CDGeodesic line
4CD to CAMean low water spring tide

Where—

“CA” is 56°04.606′N, 005°43.483′W;

“CB” is 56°04.545′N, 005°43.164′W;

“CC” is 56°00.531′N, 005°45.972′W; and

“CD” is 56°00.818′N, 005°46.929′W.

PART 7

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1CE to CFGeodesic line
2CF to CGGeodesic line
3CG to CHGeodesic line
4CH to CEGeodesic line

Where—

“CE” is 56°09.856′N, 005°49.197′W;

“CF” is 56°13.284′N, 005°45.400′W;

“CG” is 56°11.986′N, 005°43.459′W; and

“CH” is 56°09.635′N, 005°47.702′W.

PART 8

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1CI to CJGeodesic line
2CJ to CKGeodesic line
3CK to CLGeodesic line
4CL to CMGeodesic line
5CM to CIMean low water spring tide

Where—

“CI” is 56°21.778′N, 005°42.284′W;

“CJ” is 56°21.469′N, 005°41.857′W;

“CK” is 56°18.750′N, 005°47.500′W;

“CL” is 56°18.378′N, 005°49.731′W; and

“CM” is 56°18.749′N, 005°49.789′W.

PART 9

Boundary LineSet of co-ordinates of points which the boundary line joinsTopographic description of boundary line
1CN to COGeodesic line
2CO to CNMean low water spring tide

Where—

“CN” is 56°28.681′N, 005°42.561′W; and

“CO” is 56°28.273′N, 005°41.771′W.

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