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The Environmental Authorisations (Scotland) Regulations 2018

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Consolidation of permits and registrations

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64.—(1) Paragraph (2) applies where an authorised person holds more than one non-consolidated authorisation.

(2) SEPA may replace the non-consolidated authorisations at any time with a single authorisation (“a consolidated authorisation”) in accordance with paragraph (3).

(3) Where the non-consolidated authorisations consist of—

(a)permits only, SEPA may replace the permits with a consolidated permit;

(b)registrations only, SEPA may replace the registrations with a consolidated registration;

(c)a combination of permits and registrations, SEPA may replace the non-consolidated authorisations with a consolidated permit.

(4) SEPA may replace a non-consolidated authorisation which has been—

(a)varied;

(b)partially transferred;

(c)partially revoked; or

(d)partially surrendered,

with a consolidated authorisation.

(5) Subject to paragraph (6), a consolidated authorisation is subject to the same conditions as the non-consolidated authorisations or the non-consolidated authorisation.

(6) SEPA may vary a consolidated authorisation as it thinks fit to take account of the consolidation.

(7) Where SEPA varies a consolidated authorisation in accordance with paragraph (6)—

(a)schedules 1 and 2 apply to the variation; and

(b)where the consolidated authorisation is a permit, paragraphs 7 and 8 of schedule 1 (public participation and the duty to consider representations) apply as if the variation were an application for variation of a permit.

(8) SEPA may replace a non-consolidated authorisation with a consolidated authorisation under paragraph (2) or (4) either on the application of the authorised person (“an application for consolidation”) or on its own initiative (“a SEPA initiated consolidation”).

(9) An application made under this regulation must be—

(a)made in writing and in such form as SEPA may from time to time require; and

(b)accompanied by any fee payable in accordance with a charging scheme.

(10) SEPA must grant or refuse an application made under this regulation and notify the applicant of its decision in accordance with regulation 65.

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