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[F1SCHEDULE ZA1E+WBirds which re-use their nests

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NOTE: The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.]

Common nameScientific name
Eagle, GoldenAquila chrysaetos
Eagle, White-tailedHaliaetus albicilla
OspreyPandion haliaetus

[F2SCHEDULE A1SProtected nests and nest sites: birds

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Common nameScientific name
[F3Eagle, Golden Aquila chrysaetos]
Eagle, White-tailedHaliaetus albicilla]
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Sections 1, 2, 4, 6, 19 and 22.

SCHEDULE 1E+W+S Birds which are Protected by Special Penalties

Part IE+W+S At All Times

Common nameScientific name
AvocetRecurvirostra avosetta
Bee-eaterMerops apiaster
BitternBotaurus stellaris
Bittern, LittleIxobrychus minutus
BluethroatLuscinia svecica
BramblingFringilla montifringilla
Bunting, CirlEmberiza cirlus
Bunting, LaplandCalcarius lapponicus
Bunting, SnowPlectrophenax nivalis
Buzzard, HoneyPernis apivorus
[F4Capercaillie][F4 Tetracurogallus]
ChoughPyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax
CorncrakeCrex crex
Crake, SpottedPorzana porzana
Crossbills (all species)Loxia
Curlew, StoneBurhinus oedicnemus
Divers (all species)Gavia
DotterelCharadrius morinellus
Duck, Long-tailedClangula hyemalis
Eagle, GoldenAquila chrysaetos
Eagle, White-tailedHaliaetus albicilla
Falcon, GyrFalco rusticolus
FieldfareTurdus pilaris
FirecrestRegulus ignicapillus
GarganeyAnas querquedula
Godwit, Black-tailedLimosa limosa
GoshawkAccipiter gentilis
Grebe, Black-neckedPodiceps nigricollis
Grebe, SlavonianPodiceps auritus
GreenshankTringa nebularia
Gull, LittleLarus minutus
Gull, MediterraneanLarus melanocephalus
Harriers (all species)Circus
Heron, PurpleArdea purpurea
HobbyFalco subbuteo
HoopoeUpupa epops
KingfisherAlcedo atthis
Kite, RedMilvus milvus
MerlinFalco columbarius
Oriole, GoldenOriolus oriolus
OspreyPandion haliaetus
Owl, BarnTyto alba
Owl, SnowyNyctea scandiaca
PeregrineFalco peregrinus
Petrel, Leach’sOceanodroma leucorhoa
Phalarope, Red-neckedPhalaropus lobatus
Plover, KentishCharadrius alexandrinus
Plover, Little RingedCharadrius dubius
Quail, CommonCoturnix coturnix
Redstart, BlackPhoenicurus ochruros
RedwingTurdus iliacus
Rosefinch, ScarletCarpodacus erythrinus
RuffPhilomachus pugnax
Sandpiper, GreenTringa ochropus
Sandpiper, PurpleCalidris maritima
Sandpiper, WoodTringa glareola
ScaupAythya marila
Scoter, CommonMelanitta nigra
Scoter, VelvetMelanitta fusca
SerinSerinus serinus
ShorelarkEremophila alpestris
Shrike, Red-backedLanius collurio
SpoonbillPlatalea leucorodia
Stilt, Black-wingedHimantopus himantopus
Stint, Temminck’sCalidris temminckii
Swan, Bewick’sCygnus bewickii
Swan, WhooperCygnus cygnus
Tern, BlackChlidonias niger
Tern, LittleSterna albifrons
Tern, RoseateSterna dougallii
Tit, BeardedPanurus biarmicus
Tit, CrestedParus cristatus
Treecreeper, Short-toedCerthia brachydactyla
Warbler, Cetti’sCettia cetti
Warbler, DartfordSylvia undata
Warbler, MarshAcrocephalus palustris
Warbler, Savi’sLocustella luscinioides
WhimbrelNumenius phaeopus
WoodlarkLullula arborea
WryneckJynx torquilla
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F4 Sch. 1 Pt. I : Words inserted (S.) (4.11.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/337 , reg. 2(3)

Part IIE+W+S During the Close Season

Common nameScientific name
GoldeneyeBucephala clangula
Goose, Greylag (in Outer Hebrides, Caithness, Sutherland and Wester Ross only)Anser anser
PintailAnas acuta

Note. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the comon name or names shall not be taken into account.

[F5SCHEDULE 1ASBirds which are Protected from Harassment

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Common nameScientific name
[F6Eagle, Golden Aquila chrysaetos]
Eagle, White-tailedHaliaetus albicilla
[F6Harrier, Hen Circus cyaneus]
[F6Kite, Red Milvus milvus]]
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Sections 2, 3, and 22.

SCHEDULE 2E+W+S Birds which may be Killed or Taken

Part IE+W+S Outside the Close Season

Common nameScientific name
[F7Capercaillie][F7Tetrao urogallus]
CootFulica atra
Duck, TuftedAythya fuligula
GadwallAnas strepera
GoldeneyeBucephala clangula
Goose, CanadaBranta canadensis
Goose, GreylagAnser anser
Goose, Pink-footedAnser brachyrhynchus
Goose, White-fronted (in England and Wales only)Anser albifrons
[F8Grouse, BlackTetrao tetrix]
[F8Grouse, RedLagopus lagopus scoticus]
MallardAnas platyrhynchos
MoorhenGallinula chloropus
[F9Partridge, GreyPerdix perdix]
[F9Partridge, Red-leggedAlectoris rufa]
[F10Pheasant, CommonPhasianus colchicus]
PintailAnas acuta
Plover, GoldenPluvialis apricaria
PochardAythya ferina
[F10PtarmiganLagopus mutus]
ShovelerAnas clypeata
Snipe, CommonGallinago gallinago
TealAnas crecca
WigeonAnas penelope
WoodcockScolopax rusticola
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F7 Sch. 2 Pt. I words omitted (S.) (4.11.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/337 , reg. 2(4)

[F11Part IASException: birds included in Part I which may not be killed or taken on Sundays or Christmas Day

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Common nameScientific name
CootFulica atra
Duck, TuftedAythya fuligula
GadwallAnas strepera
GoldeneyeBucephala clangula
Goose, CanadaBranta canadensis
Goose, GreylagAnser anser
Goose, Pink-footedAnser brachyrhynchus
MallardAnas platyrhynchos
MoorhenGallinula chloropus
PintailAnas acuta
Plover, GoldenPluvialis apricaria
PochardAythya ferina
ShovelerAnas clypeata
Snipe, CommonGallinago gallinago
TealAnas crecca
WigeonAnas penelope
WoodcockScolopax rusticola]

Part IIE+W+S By Authorised Persons at all Times

Common nameScientific name
F12. . .F12. . .
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F12 Words in Sch.2 Pt. II removed (01.01.1993) by S.I. 1992/3010 , art.2 .

Note. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.

Sections 6 and 22.

SCHEDULE 3E+W+S Birds which may be Sold

Part IE+W+S Alive at all Times if Ringed and Bred in Captivity

Common nameScientific name
BlackbirdTurdus merula
BramblingFringilla montifringilla
BullfinchPyrrhula pyrrhula
Bunting, ReedEmberiza schoeniclus
ChaffinchFringilla coelebs
DunnockPrunella modularis
GoldfinchCarduelis carduelis
GreenfinchCarduelis chloris
JackdawCorvus monedula
JayGarrulus glandarius
LinnetCarduelis cannabina
MagpiePica pica
Owl, BarnTyto alba
RedpollCarduelis flammea
SiskinCarduelis spinus
StarlingSturnus vulgaris
Thrush, SongTurdus philomelos
TwiteCarduelis flavirostris
YellowhammerEmberiza citrinella

[F13Part IASAlive if taken in captivity or by certain persons outside close season or during first 28 days of close season

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Common nameScientific name
Grouse, RedLagopus lagopus scoticus
MallardAnas platyrhynchos
Partridge, GreyPerdix perdix
Partridge, Red-leggedAlectoris rufa
Pheasant, CommonPhasianus colchicus]

Part IIE+W+S Dead at all Times

Common nameScientific name
F14. . .F14. . .
WoodpigeonColumba palumbus
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F14 Words in Sch. 3 Pt. II removed (01.01.1993) by S.I. 1992/3010 , art.3 .

[F15Part IIASDead if killed outside close season by certain persons

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Common nameScientific name
CootFulica atra
Duck, TuftedAythya fuligula
Grouse, BlackTetrao tetrix
Grouse, RedLagopus lagopus scoticus
MallardAnas platyrhynchos
Partridge, GreyPerdix perdix
Partridge, Red-leggedAlectoris rufa
Pheasant, CommonPhasianus colchicus
PintailAnas acuta
Plover, GoldenPluvialis apricaria
PochardAythya ferina
PtarmiganLagopus mutus
ShovelerAnas clypeata
Snipe, CommonGallinago gallinago
TealAnas crecca
WigeonAnas penelope
WoodcockScolopax rusticola]

Part IIIE+W+S Dead from 1st September to 28th February

Common nameScientific name
[F16 Capercaillie][F16Tetrao urogallus]
[F17Coot][F17Fulica atra]
[F17Duck, Tufted][F17Aythya fuligula]
[F17Mallard][F17Anas platyrhynchos]
[F17Pintail][F17Anas acuta]
[F17Plover, Golden][F17Pluvialis apricaria]
[F17Pochard][F17Aythya ferina]
[F17Shoveler][F17Anas clypeata]
[F17Snipe, Common][F17Gallinago gallinago]
[F17Teal][F17Anas crecca]
[F17Wigeon][F17Anas penelope]
[F17Woodcock][F17Scolopax rusticola]
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F16 Sch. 3 Pt. III : Words omitted (S.) (4.11.2001) by S.S.I. 2001/337 , reg. 2(5)

F17 Entries in Sch. 3 Pt. III repealed (S.) (29.6.2011) by Wildlife and Natural Environment (Scotland) Act 2011 (asp 6) , ss. 5(4)(c) , 43(1) (with s. 41(1)); S.S.I. 2011/279 , art. 2(1)(c)

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Sections 7 and 22.

SCHEDULE 4E+W+S Birds Which Must Be Registered and Ringed if Kept in Captivity

Common nameScientific name
F18. . .F18. . .
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F18. . .F18. . .
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F18. . .F18. . .
[F20Falcons (all species)][F20Falconidae]
F19. . . F19. . .
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F18. . .F18. . .
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F18. . .F18. . .
F18. . .F18. . .
[F20Hawks, True (except Old world vultures) that is to say, Buzzards, Eagles, Harriers, Hawks and Kites (all species in each case)][F20Accipitridae (except the genera Aegypius, Gypaetus, Gypohierax, Gyps, Neophron, Sarcogyps and Trigonoceps)]
F18. . .F18. . .
F18. . .F18. . .
F19. . . F19. . .
OspreyPandion haliaetus
F18. . .F18. . .
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F18 Entries in Sch. 4 removed (24.5.1994) by S.I. 1994/1151 , art. 2

F20 Sch. 4 : entries removed (24.5.1994) subject to specified exceptions by The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 4) Order 1994 (S.I. 1994/1151) , art. 2 ; and further specified entries (except the entries for Falcon, Peregrine (Falco peregrinus) and Merlin (Falco columbarius) under the heading "Falcons (all species)" and except the entries for Buzzard, Honey (Pernis apivorus), Eagle, Golden (Aquila chrysaetos), Eagle, White-tailed (Haliaeetus albicilla), Goshawk (Accipter gentilis), Harrier, Marsh (Circus aeruginosus) and Harrier, Montagu's (Circus pygargus) under the heading "Hawks, True") omitted (E.) (1.10.2008) by virtue of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 4) (England) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/2356) , arts. 2 , 3(1)(2) ; and those same specified entries omitted (W.) (23.4.2009) by virtue of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 4) (Wales) Order 2009 (S.I. 2009/780) , art. 2(2) ; and those same specified entries removed (S.) (21.12.2009) by virtue of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 4) (Scotland) Order 2009 (S.S.I. 2009/418) , art. 2(1)

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Sections 9, 10, 22 and 24.

F22SCHEDULE 5E+W Animals which are Protected

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E1This version of this provision extends to England and Wales only; a separate version has been created for Scotland only

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F22 By S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(2) it is provided that all Dolphins (Cetacea) and all Porpoises (Cetacea) not already listed in Schedule 5 are added to that Schedule and by S.I. 2007/1843 , reg. 7(7)(g) it is provided that said Dolphins (all species) and Porpoises (all species) are omitted (E.W.) (21.8.2007)

Common nameScientific name
[F23Adder (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F23Vipera berus]
[F24Allis Shad (in respect of section 9(1) and (4)(a) only)][F24Alosa alosa]
[F25Anemone, Ivell’s Sea][F25Edwardsia ivelli]
[F25Anemone, Startlet Sea][F25Nematosella vectensis]
[F25Apus][F25Triops cancriformis]
Bats, Horseshoe (all species [F26but in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only])Rhinolophidae
Bats, Typical (all species [F27but in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only])Vespertilionidae
[F28Beetle] [F28Graphoderus zonatus]
[F28Beetle] [F28Hypebaeus flavipes]
[F28Beetle] [F28Paracymus aeneus]
[F28Beetle, Lesser Silver Water] [F28Hydrochara caraboides]
[F28Beetle, Mire Pill (in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)] [F28Curimopsis nigrita]
Beetle, Rainbow LeafChrysolina cerealis
[F29Beetle, Stag (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F29Lucanus cervus]
[F25Beetle, Violet Click][F25Limoniscus violaceus]
BurbotLota lota
. . . F30 . . . F30
[F31Butterfly, Northern Brown Argus][F31Aricia artaxerxes]
[F31Butterfly, Adonis Blue][F31Lysandra bellargus]
[F31Butterfly, Chalkhill Blue][F31Lysandra coridon]
[F31Butterfly, Silver-studded Blue][F31Plebejus argus]
[F31Butterfly, Small Blue][F31Cupido minimus]
[F24Butterfly, Large Copper][F24Lycaena dispar]
[F31Butterfly, Purple Emperor][F31Apatura iris]
[F31Butterfly, Duke of Burgandy Fritillary][F31Hamearis lucina]
[F31Butterfly, Glanville Fritillary][F31Melitaea cinxia]
Butterfly, Heath FritillaryMellicta athalia (otherwise known as Melitaea athalia)
[F32Butterfly, High Brown Fritillary][F32Argynnis adippe]
[F24Butterfly, Marsh Fritillary][F24Eurodryas aurinia]
[F31Butterfly, Pearl-bordered Fritillary][F31Boloria euphrosyne]
[F31Butterfly, Black Hairstreak][F31Strymonidia pruni]
[F31Butterfly, Brown Hairstreak][F31Thecla betulae]
[F31Butterfly, White Letter Hairstreak][F31Stymonida w-album]
[F31Butterfly, Large Heath][F31Coenonympha tullia]
Butterfly, Large Blue[F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Maculinea arion
[F31Butterfly, Mountain Ringlet][F31Erebia epiphron]
. . . F30 . . . F30
[F31Butterfly, Chequered Skipper][F31Carterocephalus palaemon]
[F31Butterfly, Lulworth Skipper][F31Thymelicus acteon]
[F31Butterfly, Silver Spotted Skipper][F31Hesperia comma]
Butterfly, SwallowtailPapilio machaon
[F31Butterfly, Large tortoiseshell][F31Nymphalis polychloros]
[F31Butterfly, Wood White][F31Leptidea sinapis]
[F25Cat, Wild][F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)][F25Felis silverstris]
[F25Cicada, New Forest][F25Cicadetta montana]
[F34Crayfish, Atlantic Stream][F34Austropotamobius pallipes]
Cricket, FieldGryllus campestris
Cricket, MoleGryllotalpa gryllotalpa
[F29Dameselfly, Southern][F29Coenagrion mercuriale]
F35. . . F35. . .
F35. . . F35. . .
[F36“Dolphins (all species but in respect of section 9(4A) and (5) only)Cetacea”]
[F25Dormouse][F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)][F25Muscardinus avellanarius]
Dragonfly, Norfolk AeshnaAeshna isosceles
Frog, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Rana temporaria
[F37Frog, Pool (Northern Clade) (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c)(1) only and with respect to England only)][F37Pelophylax lessonae]
[F29Goby, Couch’s][F29Gobius couchii]
[F29Goby, Giant][F29Gobius cobitis]
Grasshopper, Wart-biterDecticus verrucivorus
[F28Hatchet Shell, Northern] [F28Thyasira gouldi]
[F29Hydroid, Marine][F29Clavopsella navis]
F38. . .F38. . .
[F28Lagoon Snail, De Folin’s] [F28Caecum armoricum]
[F28Lagoon Worm, Tentacled [F39(in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)]] [F28Alkmaria romijni]
[F25Leech, Medicinal][F25Hirudo medicinalis]
Lizard, Sand[F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Lacerta agilis
[F40Lizard, Viviparous (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F40Lacerta vivipara]
[F25Marten, Pine][F25Martes martes]
[F25Mat. Trembling Sea][F25Victorella pavida]
Moth, Barberry CarpetPareulype berberata
Moth, Black-veinedSiona lineata (otherwise known as Idaea lineata)
F38. . .F38. . .
[F29Moth, Fiery Clearwing][F29Bembecia chrysidiformis]
[F29Moth, Fisher’s Estuarine][F41(in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)][F29Gortyna borelii]
Moth, New Forest BurnetZygaena viciae
Moth, Reddish BuffAcosmetia caliginosa
[F37Moth, Slender Scotch Burnet (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F37Zygaena loti subspecies scotica]
[F28Moth, Sussex Emerald] [F28Thalera fimbrialis]
[F37Moth, Talisker Burnet (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F37Zygaena lonicerae subspecies jocelynae]
F42. . .F42. . .
[F29Mussel, Fan (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)][F29Atrina fragilis]
[F43Mussel, Freshwater Pearl][F43Margaritifera margaritifera]
[F44Newt, Great Crested or Warty (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Triturus cristatus
Newt, Palmate (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus helveticus
Newt, Smooth (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus vulgaris
Otter, Common[F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Lutra lutra
F35. . . F35. . .
[F45“Porpoises (all species but in respect of section 9(5) only)Cetacea”]
[F25Sandworm, Lagoon][F25Armandia cirrhosa]
[F28Sea Fan, Pink (in respect of section 9(1), 9(2) and 9(5) only] [F28Eunicella verrucosa]
[F46Seahorse, Short Snouted (with respect to England [F47and Wales]only)][F46Hippocampus hippocampus]
[F46Seahorse, Spiny (with respect to England [F48and Wales]only)][F46Hippocampus guttulatus]
[F28Sea Slug, Lagoon] [F28Tenellia adspersa]
[F29Shad, Twaite (in respect of [F49section 9(1) and (4)(a)]only)][F29Alosa fallax]
[F46Shark, Angel [F50(in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)]][F46Squatina squatina]
[F29Shark, Basking][F29Cetorhinus maximus]
[F25Shrimp, Fairy][F25Chirocephalus diaphanus]
[F25Shrimp, Lagoon Sand [F51(in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)]][F25Gammarus insensiblis]
[F37Skate, White (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)][F37Rostroraja alba]
[F40Slow-worm (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F40Anguis fragilis]
F30. . .F30 . . .
Snail, GlutinousMyxas glutinosa
[F46Snail, Roman (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only and with respect to England [F52and Wales]only)][F46Helix pomatia]
Snail, SandbowlCatinella arenaria
[F40Snake, Grass (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F40Natrix helvetica (also known as Natrix natrix)]
Snake, Smooth[F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Coronella austriaca
Spider, Fen RaftDolomedes plantarius
Spider, LadybirdEresus niger
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
[F28Sturgeon][F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)] [F28Acipenser sturio]
Toad, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Bufo bufo
Toad, Natterjack[F33 (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)]Bufo calamita
[F53“Turtle, FlatbackNatator depressus”]
[F54Turtle, Green Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Chelonia mydas]
[F55Turtle, Hawksbill (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Eretmochelys imbricata]
[F56Turtle, Kemp's Ridley Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Lepidochelys kempii]
[F57Turtle, Leatherback Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Dermochelys coriacea]
[F58Turtle, Loggerhead Sea (in respect of section 9(4)(b) and (c) and (5) only)Caretta caretta]
[F59Turtle, Olive RidleyLepidochelys olivacea]
F60. . . F60. . .
[F25Vendace][F25Coregonus albula]
[F29Vole, Water F61. . . ][F29Arvicola terrestris]
[F25Walrus][F25Odebenus rosmarus]
[F25Whale (all species)][F62 but in respect of section 9(4A) and (5) only][F25Cetacea]
[F25Whitefish][F25Coregonus lavaretus]
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F23 By virtue of S.I. 1991/367 , art. 2(1) entry is further listed in respect of section 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F24 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) in substitution for the existing entries

F25 Entry added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1)

F28 Entries in Sch. 5 added (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(1)

F29 Entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(1)

F30 Entry removed from Schedule as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(5)

F31 Entry added (in respect of s. 9(5) only) by S.I. 1989/906 , art. 2

F32 Entries in Sch. 5 substituted (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(2)

F34 Entry added (only in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to taking and in respect of s. 9(5)) by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(3)

F35 Sch. 5 : entries relating to dolphins or porpoises omitted (21.7.2007) by virtue of The Conservation (Natural Habitats &c. ) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) , art. 7(7)(g)

F40 By S. I. 1988/288 , art. 2(4) entry (which is already listed in respect of section 9(5) only) is further listed in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F42 Entry in Sch. 5 (which was added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1) ) removed (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(3)

F43 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entry in Sch. 5 added (27.3.1998) in substitution for the existing entry

F45 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F47 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Seahorse, Short Snouted" inserted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(a)

F48 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Seahorse, Spiny" inserted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(b)

F52 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Snail, Roman" inserted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(d)

F53 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F54 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F55 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F56 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F57 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F58 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F59 Sch. 5 : entry added (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) {reg. 7(7)(h)}

F60 Sch. 5 : entry of “Turtles, Marine (all species)” and “Dermochelyidae and Cheloniidae” omitted (E.W.) (21.8.2007) by virtue of The Conservation (Natural Habitats, &c.) (Amendment) Regulations 2007 (S.I. 2007/1843) , reg. 7(7)(e)

F61 Sch. 5 : words in entry relating to "Vole, Water" omitted (E.W.) (12.8.2008) by virtue of The Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (Variation of Schedule 5) (Wales) Order 2008 (S.I. 2008/1927) , art. 2(e)

Note. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.

[F63 NOTE 2. F64...]

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F22 By S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(2) it is provided that all Dolphins (Cetacea) and all Porpoises (Cetacea) not already listed in Schedule 5 are added to that Schedule and by S.I. 2007/1843 , reg. 7(7)(g) it is provided that said Dolphins (all species) and Porpoises (all species) are omitted (E.W.) (21.8.2007)

Sections 9, 10, 22 and 24.

SCHEDULE 5S Animals which are Protected [F133under Section 9]

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C1 By S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(2) it is provided that all Dolphins (Cetacea) and all Porpoises (Cetacea) not already listed in Schedule 5 are added to that Schedule and by S.S.I. 2007/80 , reg. 28 it is provided that said Dolphins (all species) and Porpoises (all species) are removed (S.) (15.2.2007)

Common nameScientific name
[F23Adder (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F23Vipera berus]
[F24Allis Shad (in respect of section 9(1) and (4)(a) only)][F24Alosa alosa]
[F25Anemone, Ivell’s Sea][F25Edwardsia ivelli]
[F25Anemone, Startlet Sea][F25Nematosella vectensis]
[F25Apus][F25Triops cancriformis]
F134. . .F134. . .
F134. . .F134. . .
[F28Beetle] [F28Graphoderus zonatus]
[F28Beetle] [F28Hypebaeus flavipes]
[F28Beetle] [F28Paracymus aeneus]
[F28Beetle, Lesser Silver Water][F28Hydrochara caraboides]
[F28Beetle, Mire Pill (in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)][F28Curimopsis nigrita]
Beetle, Rainbow LeafChrysolina cerealis
[F29Beetle, Stag (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F29Lucanus cervus]
[F25Beetle, Violet Click][F25Limoniscus violaceus]
BurbotLota lota
. . . F30 . . . F30
[F31Butterfly, Northern Brown Argus][F31Aricia artaxerxes]
[F31Butterfly, Adonis Blue][F31Lysandra bellargus]
[F31Butterfly, Chalkhill Blue][F31Lysandra coridon]
[F31Butterfly, Silver-studded Blue][F31Plebejus argus]
[F31Butterfly, Small Blue][F31Cupido minimus]
[F24Butterfly, Large Copper][F24Lycaena dispar]
[F31Butterfly, Purple Emperor][F31Apatura iris]
[F31Butterfly, Duke of Burgandy Fritillary][F31Hamearis lucina]
[F31Butterfly, Glanville Fritillary][F31Melitaea cinxia]
Butterfly, Heath FritillaryMellicta athalia (otherwise known as Melitaea athalia)
[F32Butterfly, High Brown Fritillary][F32Argynnis adippe]
[F24Butterfly, Marsh Fritillary][F24Eurodryas aurinia]
[F31Butterfly, Pearl-bordered Fritillary][F31Boloria euphrosyne]
[F31Butterfly, Black Hairstreak][F31Strymonidia pruni]
[F31Butterfly, Brown Hairstreak][F31Thecla betulae]
[F31Butterfly, White Letter Hairstreak][F31Stymonida w-album]
[F31Butterfly, Large Heath][F31Coenonympha tullia]
F134. . .F134. . .
[F31Butterfly, Mountain Ringlet][F31Erebia epiphron]
. . . F30 . . . F30
[F31Butterfly, Chequered Skipper][F31Carterocephalus palaemon]
[F31Butterfly, Lulworth Skipper][F31Thymelicus acteon]
[F31Butterfly, Silver Spotted Skipper][F31Hesperia comma]
Butterfly, SwallowtailPapilio machaon
[F31Butterfly, Large tortoiseshell][F31Nymphalis polychloros]
[F31Butterfly, Wood White][F31Leptidea sinapis]
F134. . .F134. . .
[F25Cicada, New Forest][F25Cicadetta montana]
[F34Crayfish, Atlantic Stream][F34Austropotamobius pallipes]
Cricket, FieldGryllus campestris
Cricket, MoleGryllotalpa gryllotalpa
[F29Dameselfly, Southern][F29Coenagrion mercuriale]
Dolphin, Bottle-nosedTursiops truncatus (otherwise known as Tursiops tursio)
Dolphin, CommonDelphinus delphis
F134. . .F134. . .
Dragonfly, Norfolk AeshnaAeshna isosceles
Frog, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Rana temporaria
[F29Goby, Couch’s][F29Gobius couchii]
[F29Goby, Giant][F29Gobius cobitis]
Grasshopper, Wart-biterDecticus verrucivorus
[F28Hatchet Shell, Northern][F28Thyasira gouldi]
[F29Hydroid, Marine][F29Clavopsella navis]
[F28Lagoon Snail][F28Paludinella littorina]
[F28Lagoon Snail, De Folin’s] [F28Caecum armoricum]
[F28Lagoon Worm, Tentacled][F28Alkmaria romijni]
[F25Leech, Medicinal][F25Hirudo medicinalis]
F134. . .F134. . .
[F40Lizard, Viviparous (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F40Lacerta vivipara]
[F25Marten, Pine][F25Martes martes]
[F25Mat. Trembling Sea][F25Victorella pavida]
Moth, Barberry CarpetPareulype berberata
Moth, Black-veinedSiona lineata (otherwise known as Idaea lineata)
Moth, Essex EmeraldThetidia smaragdaria
[F29Moth, Fiery Clearwing][F29Bembecia chrysidiformis]
[F29Moth, Fisher’s Estuarine][F29Gortyna borelii]
Moth, New Forest BurnetZygaena viciae
Moth, Reddish BuffAcosmetia caliginosa
[F28Moth, Sussex Emerald][F28Thalera fimbrialis]
F42. . .F42. . .
[F29Mussel, Fan (in respect of section 9(1), (2) and (5) only)][F29Atrina fragilis]
[F43Mussel, Freshwater Pearl][F43Margaritifera margaritifera]
F134. . .F134. . .
Newt, Palmate (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus helveticus
Newt, Smooth (in respect of section 9(5) only)Triturus vulgaris
F134. . .F134. . .
Porpoise, Harbour (otherwise known as Common porpoise)Phocaena phocaena
[F25Sandworm, Lagoon][F25Armandia cirrhosa]
[F28Sea Fan, Pink (in respect of section 9(1), 9(2) and 9(5) only][F28Eunicella verrucosa]
[F28Sea Slug, Lagoon][F28Tenellia adspersa]
[F29Shad, Twaite (in respect of section 9(4)(a) only)][F29Alosa fallax]
[F29Shark, Basking][F29Cetorhinus maximus]
[F25Shrimp, Fairy][F25Chirocephalus diaphanus]
[F25Shrimp, Lagoon Sand][F25Gammarus insensiblis]
[F40Slow-worm (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F40Anguis fragilis]
F30 . . .F30 . . .
Snail, GlutinousMyxas glutinosa
Snail, SandbowlCatinella arenaria
[F40Snake, Grass (in respect of section 9(5) only)][F40Natrix helvetica (also known as Natrix natrix)]
F134. . .F134. . .
Spider, Fen RaftDolomedes plantarius
Spider, LadybirdEresus niger
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
F134. . .F134. . .
Toad, Common (in respect of section 9(5) only)Bufo bufo
F134. . .F134. . .
F134. . .F134. . .
[F25Vendace][F25Coregonus albula]
[F29Vole, Water (in respect of section 9(4) only)][F29Arvicola terrestris]
[F25Walrus][F25Odebenus rosmarus]
F134. . .F134. . .
[F25Whitefish][F25Coregonus lavaretus]
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F23 By virtue of S.I. 1991/367 , art. 2(1) entry is further listed in respect of section 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F24 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) in substitution for the existing entries

F25 Entry added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1)

F28 Entries in Sch. 5 added (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(1)

F29 Entries in Sch. 5 added (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(1)

F30 Entry removed from Schedule as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(5)

F31 Entry added (in respect of s. 9(5) only) by S.I. 1989/906 , art. 2

F32 Entries in Sch. 5 substituted (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 2(2)

F34 Entry added (only in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to taking and in respect of s. 9(5)) by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(3)

F40 By S. I. 1988/288 , art. 2(4) entry (which is already listed in respect of section 9(5) only) is further listed in respect of s. 9(1) so far as it relates to killing and injuring

F42 Entry in Sch. 5 (which was added as provided by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 2(1) ) removed (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(3)

F43 By virtue of S.I. 1998/878 , art. 2(2) entry in Sch. 5 added (27.3.1998) in substitution for the existing entry

Note. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.

(introduced by sections 10A and 22)

[F65SCHEDULE 5ASAnimals which are Protected under Section 10A in their Close Season

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Common nameScientific name
Hare, mountainLepus timidus
Hare, brownLepus europaeus]

Sections 11 and 22.

SCHEDULE 6E+W+S Animals which may not be Killed or Taken by Certain Methods

Common nameScientific name
BadgerMeles meles
[F66Bats, Horseshoe (all species)Rinolophidae]
[F66Bats, Typical (all species)Vespertilionidae]
[F66Cat, WildFelis silvestris]
[F66Dolphin, Bottle-nosedTursiops truncatus (otherwise known as Tursiops tursio)]
[F66Dolphin, CommonDelphinis delphis]
[F66Dormice (all species)Gliridae]
HedgehogErinaceus europaeus
[F66Marten, PineMartes martes]
[F66Otter, CommonLutra lutra]
[F66PolecatMustela putorius]
[F66Porpoise, Harbour (otherwise known as Common porpoise)Phocaena phocaena]
Shrews (all species)Soricidae
Squirrel, RedSciurus vulgaris
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Note. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.

(introduced by sections 11G and 22)

[F67SCHEDULE 6ASAnimals not to be Poached

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Common nameScientific name
Hare, mountainLepus timidus
Hare, brownLepus europaeus
RabbitOryctolagus cuniculus]

SCHEDULE 7E+W+S[F68 Protection of Certain Mammals] [F68Amendment of Acts In Relation To Night Shooting of Hares and Rabbits]

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The Ground Game Act 1880E+W+S

1(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 6 of the M1 Ground Game Act 1880, it shall not be unlawful for the occupier of any land himself, or one other person authorised by him under section 1 of that Act, to use firearms for the purpose of killing ground game thereon between the expiration of the first hour after sunset and the commencement of the last hour before sunrise if (except where he has the exclusive right) the occupier has the written authority of the other person or one of the other persons entitled to kill and take the ground game on the land. E+W+S

(2) In this paragraph “ ground game ” means hares and rabbits.

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The Agriculture (Scotland) Act 1948E+W+S

2(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 50(1)(a) of the M2 Agriculture (Scotland) Act 1948, it shall not be unlawful for the owner of the shooting rights on any land or any person holding those rights from him, or subject to sub-paragraph (2) below the occupier of any land, to use a firearm for the purpose of killing ground game thereon between the expiration of the first hour after sunset and the commencement of the last hour before sunrise. E+W+S

(2)The occupier of any land shall not use a firearm as mentioned in sub-paragraph (1) above unless (except where he has the exclusive right) he has first obtained the written authority of the other person or one of the other persons entitled to kill and take the ground game on the land.

(3)An occupier who is entitled, in terms of this paragraph, to use a firearm for the purpose of killing ground game may, subject to the provisions of section 1 of the Ground Game Act 1880, authorise one other person so to use a firearm.

(4) In this paragraph “ ground game ” means hares and rabbits.

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The Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Act 1953E+W+S

X1 3 (1) At the end of subsection (2) of section 1 of the M3 Dogs (Protection of Livestock) Act 1953 (penalty where dog worries livestock on agricultural land) there shall be inserted the words or E+W+S

(c)being at large (that is to say not on a lead or otherwise under close control) in a field or enclosure in which there are sheep.

(2)After that subsection there shall be inserted the following subsection—

(2A)Subsection (2)(c) of this section shall not apply in relation to—

(a)a dog owned by, or in charge of, the occupier of the field or enclosure or the owner of the sheep or a person authorised by either of those persons ; or

(b)a police dog, a guide dog, a trained sheep dog, a working gun dog or a pack of hounds.

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X1The text of Sch. 7 paras. 3-12 and Sch. 10 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

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The Deer Act 1963E+W+S

X2 [F69 4 For subsection (3) of section 10 of the M4 Deer Act 1963 (general exceptions) there shall be substituted the following subsections— S

(3)A person shall not be guilty of an offence under section 3(1)(c)(i) of this Act by reason of any smooth-bore gun for the purpose of killing any deer if he shows that the deer had been so seriously injured otherwise than by his unlawful act or was in such a condition that to kill it was an act of mercy.

(4)A person shall not be guilty of an offence under section 3(1)(c)(i) of this Act by reason of the use as a slaughtering instrument, for the purpose of killing any deer, of a smooth-bore gun which—

(a)is of not less gauge than 12 bore ;

(b)has a barrel less than 24 inches (609.6 millimetres) in length ; and

(c)is loaded with a cartridge purporting to contain shot none of which is less than .203 inches (5.16 millimetres) in diameter (that is to say, size AAA or any larger size).]

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X2The text of Sch. 7 paras. 3-12 and Sch. 10 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

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F69 Sch. 7 para. 4 repealed (E.W.) (25.10.1991) by Deer Act 1991 (c. 54, SIF 4:3) , ss. 17(6) , 18(3) , Sch.4 .

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X3 [F70 5 (1)After section 10 of that Act there shall be inserted the following section—S

10A Exceptions for authorised persons.

(1)Subject to subsection (3) of this section an authorised person shall not be guilty of an offence under section 1 of this Act by reason of—

(a)the taking of killing of any deer by means of shooting ; or

(b)the injuring of any deer by means of shooting in an attempt to take or kill it,

on any cultivated land, pasture or enclosed woodland.

(2)Subject to subsection (3) of this section an authorised person shall not be guilty of an offence under section 1 of this Act by reason of—

(a)the taking or killing of any deer by means of shooting ; or

(b)the injuring of any deer by means of shooting in an attempt to take or kill it,

on any cultivated land, pasture or enclosed woodland.

(2)Subject to subsection (3) of this section an authorised person shall not be guilty of an offence under section 3(1)(c)(i) of this Act by reason of the use, for the purpose of taking or killing any deer on any land, of any smooth-bore gun of not less guage than 12 bore which is loaded with—

(a)a cartridge containing a single non-spherical projectile weighing not less than 350 grains (22.68 grammes) ; or

(b)a cartridge purporting to contain shot each of which is .203 inches (5.16 millimetres) in diameter (that is to say, size AAA).

(3)An authorised person shall not be entitled to rely on the defence provided by subsection (1) or (2) of this section as respects anything done in relation to any deer on any land unless he shows that—

(a)he had reasonable grounds for believing that caused, damage to crops, vegetables, fruit, growing timber or any other form of property on the land ;

(b)it was likely that further damage would be so caused and any such damage was likely to be serious ; and

(c)his action was necessary for the purpose of preventing any such damage.

(4)The Secretary of State and the agriculture Minister acting jointly may by order, either generally or in relation to any area or any species and description of deer specified in the order, repeal subsection (2) of this section or amend it by adding any firearm or ammunition or by altering the description of, or deleting, any firearm or ammunition mentioned in it, or by adding any further conditions which must be satisfied.

(5)Before making an order under subsection (4) of this section, the Secretary of State and the agriculture Minister shall consult organisations that appear to them to represent persons likely to be interested in or affected by the order.

(6)In this section—

agriculture Minister ” means the Minister of Agriculture Fisheries and Food in relation to England and the Secretary of State for Wales in relation to Wales ;

authorised person ”means—

(a)the occupier of the land on which the action is taken ;

(b)any member of the occupier’s household normally resident on the occupier’s land, acting with the written authority of the occupier ;

(c)any person in the ordinary service of the occupier on the occupier’s land, acting with the written authority of the occupier ; or

(d)any person having the right to take or kill deer on the land on which the action is taken or any person acting with the written authority of a person having that right.

(2)In sections 1(1) and 3(1) of that Act for the words “sections 10 and 11” there shall be substituted the words “sections 10, 10A and 11”.

(3)For subsection (1) of section 12 of that Act (orders) there shall be substituted the following subsections—

(1)Any power to make orders under this Act shall be exercisable by statutory instrument.

(1A)A statutory instrument containing an order under section 1(2) or 3(4) of this Act shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.

(1B)No order under section 10A(4) of this Act shall be made unless a draft of the order has been laid before and approved by a resolution of each House of Parliament.]

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X3The text of Sch. 7 paras. 3-12 and Sch. 10 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

Amendments (Textual)

F70 Sch. 7 para. 5 repealed (E.W.) (25.10.1991) by Deer Act 1991 (c. 54, SIF 4:3) , ss. 17(6) , 18(3) , Sch.4 .

X4 [F71 6 (1)In paragraph 1 of Schedule 2 to that Act (prohibited firearms and ammunition) the words “of less guage than 12 bore” shall be omitted.S

(2)In paragraph 4 of that Schedule the words from “other than” onwards shall be omitted.]

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X4The text of Sch. 7 paras. 3-12 and Sch. 10 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

Amendments (Textual)

F71 Sch. 7 para. 6 repealed (E.W.) (25.10.1991) by Deer Act 1991 (c. 54, SIF 4:3) , ss. 17(6) , 18(3) , Sch.4 .

The Conservation of Seals Act 1970E+W+S

X5 7 (1) In subsection (1)(c) of section 10 of the M5 Conservation of Seals Act 1970 (power to grant licences), the word “or” immediately following sub-paragraph (ii) shall be omitted and after sub-paragraph (iii) there shall be inserted the words or E+W+S

(iv)the protection of flora or fauna in an area to which subsection (4) of this section applies,.

(2)In subsection (3)(b) of that section for the words from “a nature reserve” onwards there shall substituted the words “an area to which subsection (4) of this section applies”.

(3)After subsection (3) of that section there shall be inserted the following subsection—

(4)This subsection applies to any area which—

(a)is a nature reserve within the meaning of section 15 of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 ;

(b)has been notified under section 28(1) of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 (areas of special scientific interest) ;

(c)is an area to which section 29(3) of that Act (special protection for certain areas of special scientific interest) applies ; or

(d)has been designated as a marine nature reserve under section 36 of that Act.

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X5The text of Sch. 7 paras. 3-12 and Sch. 10 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

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The Badgers Act 1973E+W+S

F72 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F72 Sch. 7 para. 8 repealed (16.10.1992) by Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (c. 51) , s. 15(2)(3) ,Sch.

F73 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F73 Sch. 7 para. 9 repealed (16.10.1992) by Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (c. 51) , s. 15(2)(3) ,Sch.

F74 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F74 Sch. 7 para. 10 repealed (16.10.1992) by Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (c. 51) , s. 15(2)(3) ,Sch.

F75 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F75 Sch. 7 para. 11 repealed (16.10.1992) by Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (c. 51) , s. 15(2)(3) ,Sch.

F76 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F76 Sch. 7 para. 12 repealed (16.10.1992) by Protection of Badgers Act 1992 (c. 51) , s. 15(2)(3) ,Sch.

Sections 13, 22 and 24.

SCHEDULE 8E+W+S Plants which are Protected

Common nameScientific name
[F77Adder’s-tongue, Least][F77Ophioglossum lusitanicum]
Alison, SmallAlyssum alyssoides
[F78Anomodon, Long-leaved][F78Anomodon longifolius]
[F78Beech-lichen, New Forest][F78Enterographa elaborata]
[F79Blackwort] [F79Southbya nigrella]
[F78Bluebell (in respect of section 13(2) only)][F78Hyacinthoides non-scripta]
[F78Bolete, Royal][F78Boletus regius]
Broomrape, BedstrawOrobanche caryophyllacea
Broomrape, OxtongueOrobanche loricata
Broomrape, ThistleOrobanche reticulata
[F77Cabbage, Lundy][F77Rhynchosinapis wrightii]
Calamint, WoodCalamintha sylvatica
[F79Caloplaca, Snow] [F79Caloplaca nivalis]
[F79Catapyrenium, Tree] [F79Catapyrenium psoromoides]
Catchfly, AlpineLychnis alpina
[F79Catillaria, Laurer’s] [F79Catellaria laurei]
[F79Centaury, Slender] [F79Centaurium tenuiflorum]
Cinquefoil, RockPotentilla rupestris
[F78Cladonia, Convoluted][F78Cladonia convoluta]
[F79Cladonia, Upright Mountain] [F79Cladonia stricta]
[F79Clary, Meadow] [F79Salvia pratensis]
Club-rush, TriangularScirpus triquetrus
[F77Colt’s-foot, Purple][F77Homogyne alpina]
Cotoneaster, WildCotoneaster integerrimus
[F77Cottongrass, Slender][F77Eriophorum gracile]
Cow-wheat, FieldMelampyrum arvense
[F77Crocus, Sand][F77Romulea columnae]
[F79Crystalwort, Lizard] [F79Riccia bifurca]
[F79Cudweed, Broad-leaved] [F79Filago pryamidata]
Cudweed, JerseyGnaphalium luteoalbum
[F77Cudweed, Red-tipped][F77Filago lutescens]
[F78Cut-grass][F78Leersia oryzoides]
[F78Deptford Pink ( in respect of England and Wales only)][F78Dianthus armeria]
DiapensiaDiapensia lapponica
F80. . .F80. . .
[F79Earwort, Marsh] [F79Jamesoniella undulifolia]
Eryngo, FieldEryngium campestre
[F78Feather-moss, Polar][F78Hygrohypnum polare]
Fern, Dickie’s BladderCystopteris dickieana
F80. . .F80. . .
[F79Flapwort, Norfolk] [F79Leiocolea rutheana]
[F77Fleabane, Alpine][F77Erigeron borealis]
[F77Fleabane, Small][F77Pulicaria vulgaris]
[F79Frostwort, Pointed] [F79Gymnomitrion apiculatum]
[F78Fungus, Hedgehog][F78Hericium erinaceum]
Galingale, BrownCyperus fuscus
Gentian, AlpineGentiana nivalis
[F79Gentian, Dune] [F79Gentianella uliginosa]
F80. . .F80. . .
[F77Gentian, Fringed][F77Gentianella ciliata]
Gentian, SpringGentiana verna
[F77Germander, Cut-leaved][F77Teucrium botrys]
Germander, WaterTeucrium scordium
Gladiolus, WildGladiolus illyricus
[F78Goblin Lights][F78Catolechia wahlenbergii]
[F77Goosefoot, Stinking][F77Chenopodium vulvaria]
[F77Grass-poly][F77Lythrum hyssopifolia]
[F79Grimmia, Blunt-leaved] [F79Grimmia unicolor]
[F79Gyalecta, Elm] [F79Gyalecta ulmi]
Hare’s-ear, Sickle-leavedBupleurum falcatum
Hare’s-ear, SmallBupleurum baldense
[F77Hawk’s-beard, Stinking][F77Crepis foetida]
[F79Hawkweed, Northroe] [F79Hieracium northroense]
[F79Hawkweed, Shetland] [F79Hieracium zetlandicum]
[F79Hawkweed, Weak-leaved] [F79Hieracium attenuatifolium]
Heath, BluePhyllodoce caerulea
Helleborine, RedCephalanthera rubra
F81. . .F81. . .
[F77Horsetail, Branched][F77Equisetum ramosissimum]
[F77Hound’s-tongue, Green][F77Cynoglossum germanicum]
Knawel, PerennialScleranthus perennis
Knotgrass, SeaPolygonum maritimum
F80. . .F80. . .
F82. . .F82. . .
F82. . .F82. . .
F81. . .F81. . .
[F79Lecanora, Tarn] [F79Lecanora archariana]
[F79Lecidea, Copper] [F79Lecidea inops]
Leek, Round-headedAllium sphaerocephalon
Lettuce, LeastLactuca saligna
[F79Lichen, Arctic Kidney] [F79Nephroma arcticum]
[F79Lichen, Ciliate Strap] [F79Heterodermia leucomelos]
[F79Lichen, Coralloid Rosette] [F79Heterodermia propagulifera]
[F79Lichen, Ear-lobed Dog] [F79 Peltigera lepidophora]
[F79Lichen, Forked Hair] [F79Bryoria furcellata]
[F79Lichen, Golden Hair] [F79Teloschistes flavicans]
[F79Lichen, Orange Fruited Elm] [F79 Caloplaca luteoalba]
[F79Lichen, River Jelly] [F79Collema dichotomum]
[F79Lichen, Scaly Breck] [F79Squamarina lentigera]
[F79Lichen, Stary Breck] [F79 Buellia asterella]
Lily, SnowdonLloydia serotina
[F79Liverwort] [F79 Petallophyllum ralfsi]
[F79Liverwort, Lindenberg’s Leafy] [F79Adelanthus lindenbergianus]
Marsh-mallow, RoughAlthaea hirsuta
F80. . .F80. . .
[F77Milk-parsley, Cambridge][F77Selinum carvifolia]
[F79Moss] [F79Drepanocladius vernicosus]
[F79Moss, Alpine Copper] [F79Mielichoferia mielichoferi]
[F79Moss, Baltic Bog] [F79Sphagnum balticum]
[F79Moss, Blue Dew] [F79Saelania glaucescens]
[F79Moss, Blunt-leaved Bristle] [F79Orthotrichum obtusifolium]
[F79Moss, Bright Green Cave Cyclodictyon laetevirens]
[F79Moss, Cordate Beard] [F79Barbula cordata]
[F79Moss, Cornish Path] [F79Ditrichum cornubicum]
[F79Moss, Derbyshire Feather] [F79Thamnobryum angustifolium]
F81. . .F81. . .
[F78Moss, Flamingo][F78Desmatodon cernuus]
[F79Moss, Glaucous Beard] [F79Barbula glauca]
[F79Moss, Green Shield] [F79Buxbaumia viridis]
[F79Moss, Hair Silk] [F79Plagiothecium piliferum]
[F79Moss, Knothole] [F79Zygodon forsteri]
[F79Moss Large Yellow Feather] [F79Scorpidium turgescens]
[F79Moss, Millimetre] [F79Micromitrium tenerum]
[F79Moss, Multifruited River] [F79Cryphaea lamyana]
[F79Moss, Nowell’s Limestone] [F79Zygodon gracilis]
[F79Moss, Rigid Apple] [F79Bartramia stricta]
[F79Moss, Round-leaved Feather] [F79Rhynocostegium rotundifolium]
[F79Moss, Schleicher’s Thread] [F79Bryum schleicheri]
[F79Moss, Triangular Pygmy]{ F79Acaulon triquetrum
[F79Moss, Vaucher’s Feather] [F79Hypnum vaucheri]
[F79Mudwort, Welsh] [F79Limosella australis]
[F77Naiad, Holly-leaved][F77Najas marina]
F80. . .F80. . .
[F79Orache, Stalked] [F79Halimione pedunculata]
Orchid, Early SpiderOphryas sphegodes
F80. . .F80. . .
Orchid, GhostEpipogium aphyllum
[F79Orchid, Lapland Marsh] [F79Dactylorhiza lapponica]
Orchid, Late SpiderOphrys fuciflora
Orchid, LizardHimantoglossum hircinum
Orchid, MilitaryOrchis militaris
Orchid, MonkeyOrchis simia
[F79Pannaria, Caledonia] [F79Pannaria ignobilis]
[F79Parmelia, New Forest] [F79Parmelia minarum]
[F79Parmentaria, Oil Stain] [F79Parmentaria chilensis]
Pear, PlymouthPyrus cordata
[F79Penny-cress, Perfoliate] [F79Thlaspi perfoliatum]
[F77Pennyroyal][F77Mentha pulegium]
[F79Pertusaria, Alpine Moss] [F79Pertusaria bryontha]
[F79Physcia, Southern Grey] [F79Physcia tribacioides]
[F77Pigmyweed][F77Crassula aquatica]
[F79Pine, Ground] [F79Ajuga chamaepitys]
Pink, CheddarDianthus gratianopolitanus
Pink, ChildlingPetroraghia nanteuilii
F80. . .F80. . .
[F78Polypore, Oak][F78Buglossoporus pulvinus]
[F79Pseudocyphellaria, Ragged] [F79Pseudocyphellaria lacerata]
[F79Psora, Rusty Alpine] [F79Psora rubiformis]
[F78Puffball, Sandy Stilt][F78Battarraea phalloides]
[F77Ragwort, Fen][F77Senecio paludosus]
[F77Ramping-fumitory, Martin’s][F77Fumaria martinii]
[F79Rampion, Spiked] [F79Phyteuma spicatum]
[F77Restharrow, Small][F77Ononis reclinata]
[F77Rock-cress, Alpine][F77Arabis alpina]
[F77Rock-cress, Bristol][F77Arabis stricta]
[F83Rock Nail][F83Calicium corynellum]
[F79Rustworth, Western] [F79Marsupella profunda]
Sandwort, NorwegianArenaria norvegica
Sandwort, TeesdaleMinuartia stricta
Saxifrage, DroopingSaxifraga cernua
F80. . .F80. . .
Saxifrage, TuftedSaxifraga cespitosa
[F79Solenopsora, Serpentine] [F79Solenopsora liparina]
Solomon’s-seal, WhorledPolygonatum verticillatum
Sow-thistle, AlpineCicerbita alpina
Spearwort, Adder’s-tongueRanunculus ophioglossifolius
[F77Speedwell, Fingered][F77Veronica triphyllos]
Speedwell, SpikedVeronica spicata
F82. . .F82. . .
[F78Spike-rush, Dwarf][F78Eleocharis parvula]
[F78Stack Fleawort, South][F78Tephroseris integrifolia (ssp maritima)]
[F77Star-of-Bethlehem, Early][F77Gagea bohemica]
StarfruitDamasonium alisma
[F79Stonewort, Bearded] [F79Chara canescens]
[F77Stonewort, Foxtail][F77Lamprothamnium papulosum]
[F77Strapwort][F77Corrigiola litoralis]
[F78Sulphur-tresses, Alpine][F78Alectoria ochroleuca]
F81. . .F81. . .
[F83Tree Lungwort (in respect of section 13(2) only)][F83Lobaria pulmonaria]
[F79Turpswort] [F79Geocalyx graveolens]
Violet, FenViola persicifolia
[F77Viper’s-grass][F77Scorzonera humilis]
Water-plantain, Ribbon leavedAlisma gramineum
Wood-sedge, StarvedCarex depauperata
Woodsia, AlpineWoodsia alpina
Woodsia, OblongWoodsia ilvensis
Wormwood, FieldArtemisia campestris
Woundwort, DownyStachys germanica
Woundwort, LimestoneStachys alpina
Yellow-rattle, GreaterRhinanthus serotinus
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F77 Entry added by S.I. 1988/288 , art. 3

F78 Entries in Sch. 8 added (16.4.1998) by S.I. 1998/878 , art. 3

F79 Entries in Sch. 8 added (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 3(1) .

F82 Entries in Sch. 8 removed (29.10.1992) by S.I. 1992/2350 , art. 3(2) .

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Sections 14 and 22.

[F84SCHEDULE 9E+W+S Animals and Plants to which Section 14 Applies

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Part IE+W+S [F85NON-NATIVE] Animals which are established in the wild

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F85Words in Sch. 9 Pt. I heading inserted (E.W.) (5.3.2015 for E.) by Infrastructure Act 2015 (c. 7), ss. 24(2), 57(4); S.I. 2015/481, reg. 2(b)

Common nameScientific name
Bass, Large-mouthed BlackMicropterus salmoides
Bass, RockAmbloplites rupestris
BitterlingRhodeus sericeus
[F86[F87Boar, Wild]][F86[F87Sus scrofa]]
F88. . .F88. . .
[F87Capercaillie][F87Tetrao urogallus]
[F86[F87Chough]][F86[F87Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax]]
[F86[F87Corncrake]][F86[F87Crex crex]]
F88. . .F88. . .
[F86Crab, Chinese Mitten][F86Eriocheir sinensis]
[F89Crayfish, Noble] [F89Astacus astacus]
[F86[F87Crane, Common]][F86[F87Grus grus]]
[F86Crayfish, Red Swamp][F86Procambarus clarkii]
[F89Crayfish, Signal] [F89Pacifastacus leniusculus]
[F86Crayfish, Spiny-cheek][F86Orconectes limosus]
[F89Crayfish, Turkish] [F89Astacus leptodactylus]
[F86Deer, Chinese Water][F86Hydropotes inermis]
[F90Deer, Muntjac][F90Muntiacus reevesi]
[F89Deer, Sika] [F89Cervus nippon]
[F91 Deer, any hybrid one of whose parents or other lineal ancestor was a Sika Deer][F91 Any hybrid of Cervus nippon]
F88. . .F88. . .
F88. . .F88. . .
Dormouse, FatGlis glis
Duck, Carolina WoodAix sponsa
Duck, MandarinAix galericulata
Duck, RuddyOxyura jamaicensis
[F87Eagle, White-tailed][F87Haliaetus albicilla]
[F86Flatworm][F86Kontikia andersoni]
[F86Flatworm][F86Kontikia ventrolineata]
[F86Flatworm, Australian][F86Australoplana sanguinea]
[F89Flatworm, New Zealand] [F89Artiposthia triangulata]
Frog, EdibleRana esculenta
Frog, European Tree (otherwise known as Common tree frog)Hyla arborea
Frog, MarshRana ridibunda
F88. . .F88. . .
[F86Goose, Bar-headed][F86Anser indicus]
[F86Goose, Barnacle][F86Branta leucopsis]
Goose, CanadaBranta canadensis
Goose, EgyptianAlopochen aegyptiacus
[F86Goose, Emperor][F86Anser canagicus]
[F86Goose, Snow][F86Anser caerulescens]
[F86[F87Goshawk]][F86[F87Accipiter gentilis]]
Heron, NightNycticorax nycticorax
[F86[F87Kite, Red]][F86[F87Milvus milvus]]
[F86Limpet, Slipper][F86Crepidula fornicata]
Lizard, Common WallPodarcis muralis
Marmot, Prairie (otherwise known as Prairie dog)Cynomys
Mink, AmericanMustela vison
Newt, AlpineTriturus alpestris
[F89Newt, Italian Crested] [F89Triturus carnifex]
[F92[F87Owl, Barn]] [F92[F87Tyto alba]]
[F86Owl, Eagle][F86Bubo bubo]
[F86Oyster Drill, American][F86Urosalpinx cinerea]
[F86Parakeet, Monk][F86Myiopsitta monachus]
Parakeet, Ring-neckedPsittacula krameri
Partridge, ChukarAlectoris chukar
Partridge, RockAlectoris graeca
Pheasant, GoldenChrysolophus pictus
Pheasant, Lady Amherst’sChrysolophus amherstiae
Pheasant, Reeves’Syrmaticus reevesii
Pheasant, SilverLophura nycthemera
[F86Pochard, Red-crested][F86Netta rufina]
F88. . .F88. . .
F88. . .F88. . .
Pumpkinseed (otherwise known as Sun-fish or Pond-perch)Lepomis gibbosus
F88. . .F88. . .
Rat, BlackRattus rattus
[F86Shelduck, Ruddy][F86Tadorna ferruginea]
[F89Snake, Aesculapian] [F89Elaphe longissima]
Squirrel, GreySciurus carolinensis
[F86Swan, Black][F86Cygnus atratus.]
Terrapin, European PondEmys orbicularis
Toad, African ClawedXenopus laevis
Toad, MidwifeAlytes obstetricans
Toad, Yellow-belliedBombina variegata
Wallaby, Red-neckedMacropus rufogriseus
Wels (otherwise known as European catfish)Silurus glanis
ZanderStizostedion lucioperca
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F87Entries in Sch. 9 Pt. I omitted (E.W.) (5.3.2015 for E.) by virtue of Infrastructure Act 2015 (c. 7), ss. 24(3), 57(4); S.I. 2015/481, reg. 2(b)

F89 Entries in Sch. 9 Pt. I added (17.3.1992) by S.I. 1992/320, art. 2.

F90 Entry in Sch. 9 Pt. I added (5.3.1997) by S.I. 1997/226, art. 2

F91 Entries in Sch. 9 Pt. I added (28.4.1999) by S.I. 1999/1002, art. 2

F92 Entry in Sch. 9 Pt. I added (25.11.1992) by S.I. 1992/2674, art. 2.

[F93PART IAE+WNATIVE ANIMALS

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F93Sch. 9 Pt. 1A inserted (E.W.) (5.3.2015 for E.) by Infrastructure Act 2015 (c. 7), ss. 24(4), 57(4); S.I. 2015/481, reg. 2(b)

NOTE. The common name or names given in the first column of this Schedule are included by way of guidance only; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, the common name or names shall not be taken into account.]

Common nameScientific name
CapercaillieTetrao urogallus
ChoughPyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax
CorncrakeCrex crex
Crane, CommonGrus grus
Eagle, White-tailedHaliaetus albicilla
GoshawkAccipiter gentilis
Kite, RedMilvus milvus
Owl, BarnTyto alba.

[F94PART IBE+WANIMALS NO LONGER NORMALLY PRESENT

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F94Sch. 9 Pt. 1B inserted (E.W.) (5.3.2015 for E.) by Infrastructure Act 2015 (c. 7), ss. 24(5), 57(4); S.I. 2015/481, reg. 2(b)

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Common nameScientific name
Beaver, Eurasian [F95(but not in relation to Wales)]Castor fiber
Boar, WildSus Scrofa.
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Part IIE+W+S Plants

Common nameScientific name
[F96Alexanders, Perfoliate][F96Smyrnium perfoliatum]
[F96Algae, Red][F96Grateloupia luxurians]
[F96Archangel, Variegated Yellow][F96Lamiastrum galeobdolon subsp. argentatum]
[F96Azalea, Yellow][F96Rhododendron luteum]
[F96Balsam, Himalayan][F96Impatiens glandulifera]
[F96Cotoneaster][F96Cotoneaster horizontalis]
[F96Cotoneaster, Entire-leaved][F96Cotoneaster integrifolius]
[F96Cotoneaster, Himalayan][F96Cotoneaster simonsii]
[F96Cotoneaster, Hollyberry][F96Cotoneaster bullatus]
[F96Cotoneaster, Small-leaved][F96Cotoneaster microphyllus]
[F96Creeper, False Virginia][F96Parthenocissus inserta]
[F96Creeper, Virginia][F96Parthenocissus quinquefolia]
[F96Dewplant, Purple][F96Disphyma crassifolium]
[F96Fanwort][F96Cabomba caroliniana]
[F96Fern, Water][F96Azolla filiculoides]
[F96Fig, Hottentot][F96Carpobrotus edulis]
[F96Garlic, Three-cornered][F96Allium triquetrum]
Hogweed, GiantHeracleum mantegazzianum
[F96Hyacinth, water][F96Eichhornia crassipes]
[F97Kelp, Giant] [F97Macrocystis angustifolia]
[F97Kelp, Giant] [F97Macrocystis integrifolia]
[F97Kelp, Giant] [F97Macrocystis laevis]
Kelp, GiantMacrocystis pyrifera
[F97Kelp, Japanese] [F97Laminaria japonica]
[F96Knotweed, Giant][F96Fallopia sachalinensis]
[F96Knotweed, Hybrid][F96Fallopia japonica x Fallopia sachalinensis
[F96Knotweed, Japanese][F96Fallopia japonica]
[F98Knotweed, Japanese][F98Polygonum cuspidatum]
[F96Leek, Few-flowered][F96Allium paradoxum]
[F96Lettuce, water][F96Pistia stratiotes]
[F96Montbretia][F96Crocosmia x crocosmiiflora]
[F96Parrot's-feather][F96Myriophyllum aquaticum]
[F96Pennywort, Floating][F96Hydrocotyle ranunculoides]
[F96Potato, Duck][F96Sagittaria latifolia]
[F96Primrose, Floating Water][F96Ludwigia peploides]
[F96Primrose, Water][F96Ludwigia grandiflora]
[F96Primrose, Water][F96Ludwigia uruguayensis]
[F96Rhododendron][F96Rhododendron ponticum]
[F96Rhododendron][F96Rhododendron ponticum x Rhododendron maximum]
[F96Rhubarb, Giant][F96Gunnera tinctoria]
[F96Rose, Japanese][F96Rosa rugosa]
[F96Salvinia, Giant][F96Salvinia molesta]
[F96Seafingers, Green][F96Codium fragile]
[F98Seafingers, Green] [F98Codium fragile tomentosoides]
[F97Seaweed, Californian Red] [F97Pikea californica]
[F97Seaweed, Hooked Asparagus] [F97Asparagopsis armata]
Seaweed, JapaneseSargassum muticum
[F97Seaweeds, Laver (except native species)] [F97Porphyra spp except -]
[F97p. amethystea]
[F97p. leucosticta]
[F97p. linearis]
[F97p. miniata]
[F97p. purpurea]
[F97p. umbilicalis]
[F96Stonecrop, Australian Swamp (otherwise known as New Zealand Pygmyweed)][F96Crassula helmsii]
[F97Wakame] [F97Undaria pinnatifida]
[F96Waterweed, Curly][F96Lagarosiphon major]
[F96Waterweeds][F96All species of the genus Elodea.]
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F97 Words in Sch. 9 Pt. II added (17.3.1992) by S.I. 1992/320, art. 3

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Section 14(4A)

[F99SCHEDULE 9AE+WSpecies control agreements and orders (England and Wales)

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PART 1E+WOverview and interpretation

OverviewE+W

1(1)This Schedule provides for—E+W

(a)species control agreements between environmental authorities and owners of premises, and

(b)species control orders made by environmental authorities,

and for related matters.

(2)A species control agreement or species control order may relate to—

(a)an invasive non-native species of animal or plant, or

(b)a species of animal that is no longer normally present in Great Britain.

This is subject to the other provisions of this Schedule.

(3)The following definitions apply for the purposes of this Schedule.

Definitions relating to speciesE+W

2(1)Species” means any kind of animal or plant.E+W

(2)A species is “invasive” if, uncontrolled, it would be likely to have a significant adverse impact on—

(a)biodiversity,

(b)other environmental interests, or

(c)social or economic interests.

(3)A species is “non-native” if—

(a)it is listed in Part 1 or 2 of Schedule 9, or

(b)in the case of a species of animal, it is a species—

(i)whose natural range does not include any part of Great Britain, and

(ii)which has been introduced into Great Britain or is present in Great Britain because of other human activity.

(4)References to a species being “present” on premises include its being present at any stage in its life-cycle (for example, as eggs or seeds).

(5)A species of animal is “no longer normally present in Great Britain” if—

(a)it is a species listed in Part 1B of Schedule 9, or

(b)it is a species—

(i)whose natural range includes all or any part of Great Britain, and

(ii)which has ceased to be ordinarily resident in, or a regular visitor to, Great Britain in a wild state.

Environmental authoritiesE+W

3(1)Environmental authority”, in relation to premises in England, means—E+W

(a)the Secretary of State,

(b)the Environment Agency,

(c)Natural England, and

(d)the Forestry Commissioners.

(2)Environmental authority”, in relation to premises in Wales, means—

(a)the Welsh Ministers, and

(b)the Natural Resources Body for Wales.

Owners and dwellingsE+W

4(1)Owner”, in relation to premises consisting of land, means—E+W

(a)a person, other than a mortgagee not in possession, who is for the time being entitled to dispose of the fee simple of the land, whether in possession or reversion,

(b)a person in possession under a lease, or

(c)a person who for the time being exercises powers of management or control over the land.

(2)Dwelling” means a building or structure, or part of a building or structure, occupied wholly or mainly as a dwelling.

OperationsE+W

5(1)“Species control operations” are operations to do one or more of the following—E+W

(a)eradicate a species from premises;

(b)control a species on premises;

(c)prevent a species from returning to premises.

(2)References to “carrying out” operations include arranging for operations to be carried out.

PART 2E+WSpecies control agreements

Making of species control agreementsE+W

6(1)An environmental authority may enter into a “species control agreement” with an owner of any premises where the authority considers that there is present on the premises—E+W

(a)an invasive non-native species, or

(b)a species of animal that is no longer normally present in Great Britain.

(2)Under a species control agreement the parties agree to the carrying out of species control operations.

(3)Before entering into a species control agreement with an owner, an environmental authority must be satisfied that—

(a)the provisions of the agreement are proportionate to the objective to be achieved, and

(b)in a case where there is more than one owner, the owner with whom the agreement is entered into is the most appropriate one.

(4)Before entering into a species control agreement relating to animals of a species that is no longer normally present in Great Britain, the environmental authority must also be satisfied that—

(a)the animals are present on the premises otherwise than under and in accordance with the terms of a licence under section 16(4)(c),

(b)the animals on the premises are having a significant adverse impact on—

(i)biodiversity,

(ii)other environmental interests, or

(iii)social or economic interests, and

(c)there is no appropriate alternative way of obviating that impact.

(5)A species control agreement may not be entered into in relation to premises consisting of a dwelling except where the environmental authority is the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers.

Content of species control agreementsE+W

7(1)A species control agreement must provide for—E+W

(a)the species control operations to be carried out,

(b)the party who is to carry them out, and

(c)the time by which they are to be carried out.

(2)A species control agreement may contain such supplementary provision as the parties consider appropriate.

(3)That may include provision as to—

(a)how species control operations are to be carried out,

(b)payment to be made by either party to the other, or to another person, in respect of the species control operations to be carried out, or

(c)any species control operations that must not be carried out.

Notice of complianceE+W

8Where an environmental authority considers that an owner of premises has complied with all the requirements in a species control agreement to carry out species control operations, the authority must give the owner notice to that effect.E+W

LiabilityE+W

9An environmental authority is not liable to a person with an interest in the premises, other than the owner with whom a species control agreement is entered into, for anything done by the authority pursuant to the agreement.E+W

PART 3E+WSpecies control orders

When a species control order may be madeE+W

10(1)An environmental authority may make a species control order in relation to premises if—E+W

(a)it considers that there is present on the premises—

(i)an invasive non-native species, or

(ii)a species of animal that is no longer normally present in Great Britain, and

(b)any of the following circumstances apply.

(2)The circumstances are—

(a)the environmental authority considers that an owner has failed to comply with a species control agreement entered into with the environmental authority and, having been given notice to that effect and a reasonable opportunity to rectify the failure, has not done so;

(b)the environmental authority has offered to enter into a species control agreement with an owner but—

(i)the owner has refused to enter into any kind of species control agreement, or

(ii)no species control agreement has been entered into in respect of the premises by the end of the period of 42 days beginning with the day after the offer was made and the authority considers it unlikely that the owner will enter any kind of such agreement;

(c)the environmental authority considers that the making of the order is urgently necessary;

(d)the environmental authority has been unable to identify an owner, having—

(i)placed on the premises a conspicuous notice of its desire to enter into a species control agreement, and

(ii)waited for 5 days after the day on which the notice was placed.

(3)Before making a species control order, an environmental authority must be satisfied that the provisions of the order are proportionate to the objective to be achieved.

(4)Before making a species control order relating to animals of a species that is no longer normally present in Great Britain, the environmental authority must also be satisfied that—

(a)the animals are present on the premises otherwise than under and in accordance with the terms of a licence under section 16(4)(c),

(b)the animals on the premises are having a significant adverse impact on—

(i)biodiversity,

(ii)other environmental interests, or

(iii)social or economic interests, and

(c)there is no appropriate alternative way of obviating that impact.

(5)A species control order may not be made in relation to premises consisting of a dwelling except by the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers.

What an order must doE+W

11(1)A species control order under paragraph 10(2)(a) or (b) (failure to comply with or enter into agreement) must contain provision—E+W

(a)requiring the owner specified in that paragraph to carry out species control operations, or

(b)stating that the environmental authority proposes to carry out species control operations,

or both.

(2)A species control order under paragraph 10(2)(c) (emergency) must contain provision—

(a)requiring any owner of the premises specified in the order to carry out species control operations, or

(b)stating that the environmental authority proposes to carry out species control operations,

or both.

(3)A species control order under paragraph 10(2)(d) (no identifiable owner) must contain provision stating that the environmental authority proposes to carry out species control operations.

12(1)A species control order must—E+W

(a)specify the species to which the order relates,

(b)specify the species control operations to be carried out,

(c)specify the time by which the species control operations must be carried out or (as the case may be) the time by which they are proposed to be carried out by the authority, and

(d)if appropriate, include a map of the premises to which the order relates.

(2)Unless it is made under paragraph 10(2)(c) (emergency), a species control order—

(a)may not require an owner of premises to carry out species control operations, or provide for an environmental authority to carry out species control operations, before the end of the period in which an appeal may be made (as to appeals, see paragraph 16), and

(b)must provide that if an appeal is made within that period, the owner need not carry out the operations, or the environmental authority shall not carry out the operations, before the appeal is withdrawn or finally determined.

What an order may doE+W

13(1)A species control order may contain provision supplementary to that specified in paragraphs 11 and 12.E+W

(2)That may include provision as to—

(a)how species control operations are to be carried out;

(b)payment to be made by the environmental authority to—

(i)an owner, in respect of the reasonable costs of operations to be carried out by the owner, or

(ii)another person, in respect of the reasonable costs of operations to be carried out by an owner;

(c)payment that an owner must make in respect of the reasonable costs of species control operations to be carried out by the environmental authority;

(d)species control operations that an owner must not carry out;

(e)who will carry out species control operations for the environmental authority.

NoticeE+W

14(1)After making a species control order, an environmental authority must forthwith give notice of it to—E+W

(a)all owners of the premises of whom the environmental authority is aware,

(b)the Secretary of State, if the environmental authority is the Environment Agency, Natural England or the Forestry Commissioners, and

(c)the Welsh Ministers, if the environmental authority is the Natural Resources Body for Wales.

(2)In the case of an order under paragraph 10(2)(d) (no identifiable owner), the environmental authority must also give notice of the order by placing it on the premises conspicuously.

(3)Notice under this paragraph must include—

(a)reasons for making the species control order, and

(b)reasons for any requirement imposed by it on an owner.

RevocationE+W

15(1)An environmental authority may at any time revoke a species control order made by it.E+W

(2)Notice of revocation must be given as specified in paragraph 14 (but reasons need not be given).

AppealsE+W

16(1)An owner of premises in relation to which a species control order is made may appeal to the First-tier Tribunal against—E+W

(a)the making of the order, or

(b)any provision of the order.

(2)The First-tier Tribunal may—

(a)affirm the order,

(b)direct the environmental authority which made the order to revoke or amend it,

(c)in the case of an order under paragraph 10(2)(c) (emergency), suspend the order, or

(d)make such other order as the Tribunal thinks fit.

Notice of complianceE+W

17Where an environmental authority considers that an owner of premises has complied with all the requirements in a species control order to carry out species control operations, the authority must give the owner notice to that effect.E+W

EnforcementE+W

18(1)This paragraph applies where an environmental authority considers that an owner of premises required by a species control order to carry out a species control operation has not done so by the date or in the way specified in the order.E+W

(2)The authority must give the owner notice to that effect.

(3)Sub-paragraphs (4) to (6) apply if, after a week after giving notice under sub-paragraph (2), the authority considers that the owner has still not carried out the species control operation in the way specified in the order.

(4)The authority may carry out the operation itself or carry out such further work as is necessary to ensure that the operation is carried out in the way specified in the order.

(5)The authority may recover from the owner any expenses reasonably incurred by it in doing so (less any payment which the authority would apart from this paragraph have been required to make to the owner in respect of the carrying out of the operations by the owner).

(6)The authority is not required to make any payment provided for under paragraph 13(2)(b) in relation to the operation (and may recover any payment made under that paragraph).

OffencesE+W

19(1)A person who, without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with a requirement imposed on that person by a species control order commits an offence.E+W

(2)A person who intentionally obstructs a person from carrying out an operation required or proposed under a species control order commits an offence.

(3)A person guilty of an offence under sub-paragraph (1) or (2) is liable on summary conviction to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 51 weeks, or a fine, or both.

(4)In relation to an offence committed before section 281(5) of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 comes into force, the reference in sub-paragraph (3) to 51 weeks is to be read as a reference to 6 months.

(5)In relation to an offence committed before section 85 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 comes into force, the reference in sub-paragraph (3) to a fine is to be read as a reference to a fine not exceeding £40,000.

LiabilityE+W

20(1)An owner of premises is not liable to any other person for doing anything required to be done by a species control order.E+W

(2)An environmental authority is not liable to a person with an interest in premises for anything done—

(a)by an owner pursuant to a requirement included in a species control order, or

(b)by the authority pursuant to—

(i)provision included in a species control order under paragraph 11(1)(b), (2)(b) or (3), or

(ii)paragraph 18(4).

PART 4E+WPowers of entry

Powers of entryE+W

21(1)A person who is authorised to do so may enter any premises to—E+W

(a)assist an environmental authority to determine whether to offer to enter into a species agreement with a person,

(b)assist an environmental authority to determine whether to make or revoke a species control order,

(c)investigate suspected non-compliance with a species control agreement or a species control order,

(d)carry out species control operations for an environmental authority under a species control order,

(e)place a notice as specified in paragraph 10(2)(d)(i) or 14(2) (no identifiable owner), or

(f)carry out species control operations or work pursuant to paragraph 18(4).

This is subject to the other provisions of this Schedule.

(2)A person may not enter premises under sub-paragraph (1)(a) or (b) with a view to establishing whether a species is present unless the environmental authority has reasonable grounds for suspecting that it is.

Authorisation by justice of the peaceE+W

22(1)To enter premises under paragraph 21 a person must be authorised by a warrant issued by a justice of the peace where—E+W

(a)the premises consist of a dwelling or a garden, yard, outbuildings or other land used or enjoyed wholly with a dwelling,

(b)admission to the premises has been refused by an owner or refusal is reasonably apprehended,

(c)the premises are unoccupied,

(d)the owner is temporarily absent,

(e)giving notice would defeat the purpose of entry,

(f)entry is to carry out species control operations for an environmental authority under an order under paragraph 10(2)(c) (emergency),

(g)entry is to carry out species control operations for an environmental authority under an order under paragraph 10(2)(d) (no identifiable owner),

(h)entry is to place a notice as specified in paragraph 10(2)(d)(i) or 14(2), or

(i)entry is to carry out operations or work pursuant to paragraph 18(4) which the environmental authority considers to be urgently necessary.

(2)A justice of the peace may not grant a warrant—

(a)in the circumstances in sub-paragraph (1)(a) to (d) unless satisfied that reasonable notice of the proposed entry has been given to all owners of the premises of whom the environmental authority is aware, or

(b)in the circumstances in paragraph (1)(g) unless satisfied that the requirement in paragraph 14(2) (notice) has been met.

(3)For the purposes of sub-paragraph (2)(a) less than 48 hours' notice is not reasonable.

(4)A warrant may authorise a person to use reasonable force if necessary, but a person so authorised—

(a)must be accompanied by a constable when doing so, and

(b)may not use force against an individual.

Authorisation by environmental authorityE+W

23(1)To enter premises under paragraph 21 in circumstances other than those specified in paragraph 22(1), a person must be authorised in writing by the environmental authority.E+W

(2)A person authorised by an environmental authority may not demand admission as of right to any premises unless reasonable notice has been given to all owners of the premises of whom the authority is aware.

(3)For these purposes less than 48 hours' notice is not reasonable.

Exercise of right of entryE+W

24(1)A right of entry under paragraph 21 is exercisable at any reasonable time.E+W

(2)A person authorised under paragraph 22 or 23 to enter premises must, if so required before entering, produce evidence of his or her warrant or other authorisation and state the purpose of entry.

(3)A person entering premises under paragraph 21 may—

(a)take on to the premises such other persons as may be necessary;

(b)take any equipment, machinery or materials on to the premises;

(c)take samples of anything in or on the premises.

(4)A person who enters premises under paragraph 21 which are unoccupied or from which the owner is temporarily absent must, on departure, leave them as effectively secured as they were on entry.

PART 5E+WSupplementary

CompensationE+W

25(1)The Secretary of State and the Welsh Ministers may (separately or jointly) make arrangements for the payment of compensation to an owner of premises in respect of financial loss resulting from—E+W

(a)a species control agreement or order, or

(b)the exercise of the powers of entry under this Schedule.

(2)The arrangements may secure that compensation is payable only for financial loss above a specified amount.

Codes of practiceE+W

26(1)The Secretary of State must issue a code of practice in relation to species control agreements and orders in England.E+W

(2)A code under this paragraph must in particular provide guidance to environmental authorities in England on—

(a)when to offer to enter into a species control agreement;

(b)how to go about entering into a species control agreement;

(c)what a species control agreement should contain (and in particular what it should contain by way of provision about payment of costs);

(d)when to make a species control order;

(e)what a species control order should contain (and in particular what it should contain by way of provision about payment and recovery of costs);

(f)standards of animal welfare to be met in connection with species control agreements and orders.

(3)A code under this paragraph may be revised or replaced.

(4)Before issuing (or revising or replacing) a code under this paragraph the Secretary of State must carry out a public consultation.

(5)The Secretary of State must—

(a)ensure that a code under this paragraph is published in a way that is appropriate for bringing it to the attention of persons likely to be affected by it, and

(b)lay a copy of a code under this paragraph before Parliament.

27(1)The Welsh Ministers must issue a code of practice in relation to species control agreements and orders in Wales.E+W

(2)A code under this paragraph must in particular provide guidance to environmental authorities in Wales on—

(a)when to offer to enter into a species control agreement;

(b)how to go about entering into a species control agreement;

(c)what a species control agreement should contain (and in particular what it should contain by way of provision about payment of costs);

(d)when to make a species control order;

(e)what a species control order should contain (and in particular what it should contain by way of provision about payment and recovery of costs);

(f)standards of animal welfare to be met in connection with species control agreements and orders.

(3)A code under this paragraph may be revised or replaced.

(4)Before issuing (or revising or replacing) a code under this paragraph the Welsh Ministers must carry out a public consultation.

(5)The Welsh Ministers must—

(a)ensure that a code under this paragraph is published in a way that is appropriate for bringing it to the attention of persons likely to be affected by it, and

(b)lay a copy of a code under this paragraph before the National Assembly for Wales.

28(1)A person's failure to comply with a provision of a code under paragraph 26 or 27 does not make the person liable to civil or criminal proceedings.E+W

(2)A code under paragraph 26 or 27—

(a)is admissible in evidence in any civil proceedings, and

(b)must be taken into account by a court in any civil proceedings in which it appears to the court to be relevant.]

Section 15

X6 SCHEDULE 10E+W+S+N.I. Amendment of the Endangered Species (Import and Export) Act 1976

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X6The text of Sch. 7 paras. 3-12 and Sch. 10 is in the form in which it was originally enacted: it was not reproduced in Statutes in Force and does not reflect any amendments or repeals which may have been made prior to 1.2.1991.

Part IE+W+S+N.I. The Amendments

LicencesE+W+S+N.I.

1(1)After subsection (3) of section 1 of the 1976 Act (restriction on importation and exportation of certain animals and plants) there shall be inserted the following subsections—E+W+S+N.I.

(3A)Subsection (3) above shall not apply in relation to an application of any description if the scientific authority concerned has advised the Secretary of State as to whether licences should be issued in pursuance of applications of that description and, if so, their terms.

(3B)Where the Secretary of State is satisfied that the issue of a licence authorising the importation or exportation of any item which—

(a)is part of or derives from or is made wholly or partly from an animal of any of the kinds to which Schedule 1 or a plant of any of the kinds to which Schedule 2 to this Act for the time being applies ; but

(b)is not an item to which Schedule 3 to this Act for the time being applies.

would facilitate the importation or exportation of that item, he may, if he considers it expedient to do so, issue such a licence.

(2)In subsections (4), (5), (6) and (7) of that section after the words “subsection (2)” there shall be inserted the words “or (3B)”.

(3)In subsection (4) of that section after paragraph (a) there shall be inserted the following paragraphs—

(aa)may be issued either to all persons, to persons of a class or to a particular person ;

(ab)may be subject to compliance with any specified conditions,; and in paragraph (c) of that subsection for the words from “a period” to “shorter” there shall be substituted the word “such”.

Expenses of returning animals and plants to the wildE+W+S+N.I.

2After subsection (8) of section 1 of the 1976 Act there shall be inserted the following subsection—E+W+S+N.I.

(9)Where, in the case of a live animal or a plant of any kind which is condemned or deemed to be condemned as forfeited, the Commissioners of Customs and Excise incur any expenses in connection with, or with a view to—

(a)its return to the wild ; or

(b)its being kept at premises (whether within or outside the United Kingdom) which are suitable for the keeping of animals or plants of that kind,

those expenses may be recovered, as a debt due to the Crown, from the importer or intending exporter of the animal or plant or any person possessing or having control of it at the time of its seizure.

In this subsection expressions which are also used in the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979 have the same meanings as in that Act.

Powers of entryE+W+S+N.I.

3After the subsection inserted by paragraph 2 as subsection (9) of section 1 of the 1976 Act there shall be inserted the following subsections—E+W+S+N.I.

(10)Any person duly authorised in writing by the Secretary of State may, at any reasonable time and (if required to do so) upon producing evidence that he is so authorised, enter any premises where animals of any of the kinds to which Schedule 1 or plants of any of the kinds to which Schedlule 2 to this Act for the time being applies are kept (whether temporarily or permanently) in order to ascertain whether any of the animals or plants kept there have been imported contrary to this section.

(11)Any person who wilfully obstructs a person acting under subsection (10) above shall be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding £200.

Power to modify SchedulesE+W+S+N.I.

4(1)In paragraph (c) of section 3 of the 1976 Act (power to modify Schedules) after the word “conservation” there shall be inserted the words “in any area” and after the word “endangered” there shall be inserted the word “there”.E+W+S+N.I.

(2)After paragraph (d) of that section there shall be inserted the following paragraph—

(dd)to restrict the importation of animals or plants of any kind which appear to the Secretary of State to be unlikely to survive for any appreciable time if they are kept in the United Kingdom ;.

Sale of certain animals or plants or their derivativesE+W+S+N.I.

5(1) In subsection (1) of section 4 of the 1976 Act (offences to sell etc. things imported contrary to section 1 or their derivatives) for the words “Subject to subsection (2)” there shall be substituted the words “Subject to subsections (1B) and (2)”, after the words “has in his possession” there shall be inserted the words “or transports” and the words “and in the following provisions” onwards shall be omitted. E+W+S+N.I.

(2)After that subsection there shall be inserted the following subsections—

(1A)Subject to subsections (1B) and (2) below, a person who sells, offers or exposes for sale, or has in his possession or transports for the purpose of sale—

(a)a live or dead animal of any of the kinds to which Schedule 4 to this Act for the time being applies or an egg or other immature stage of such an animal ;

(b)a live or dead plant of any of the kinds to which Schedule 5 to this Act for the time being applies ; or

(c)any part of or anything which derives from or is made wholly or partly from anything referred to in paragraph (a) or (b) above,

shall be guilty of an offence ; but nothing in this subsection shall apply in relation to anything falling within subsection (1) above or anything which has been imported, or is a part of or derives from or is made wholly or partly from anything which has been imported, before the passing of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.

(1B)Subsections (1) and (1A) above do not apply to anything done under and in accordance with the terms of a licence issued by the Secretary of State ; and subsections (4) to (7) of section 1 above shall apply in relation to a licence issued under this subsection as they apply in relation to a licence issued under subsection (2) of that section.

(1C) In the following provisions of this section “ restricted article ” means anything falling within subsection (1) or (1A) above.

(3)In subsection (2) of that section after the words “subsection (1)” there shall be inserted the words “or (1A)”.

(4)In subsection (5) of that section after the words “subsection (1)” there shall be inserted the words “, (1A)”.

(5)In subsection (6) of that section after the words “references to” there shall be inserted the word “hire”.

(6)After Schedule 3 to the 1976 Act there shall be inserted as Schedule 4 the Schedule set out in Part II of this Schedule.

(7)After the Schedule inserted in the 1976 Act by sub-paragraph (6) there shall be inserted as Schedule 5 the Schedule set out in Part III of this Schedule.

Part IIE+W+S+N.I. Schedule inserted as Schedule 4

SCHEDULE 4E+W+S+N.I. Animals the Sale etc. of Which is Restricted

This Schedule applies to the following kinds of animals, namely—

MAMMALSE+W+S+N.I.

1The kinds of mammal specified in the first column below—E+W+S+N.I.

MarsupialsE+W+S+N.I.
KindCommon name
BettongiaRat kangaroo
Caloprymnus campestrisDesert rat-kangaroo
Lagorchestes hirsutusWestern hare-wallaby
Lagostrophus fasciatusBanded hare-wallaby
Onychogalea fraenataBridle nail-tailed wallaby
Onychogalea lunataCrescent nail-tailed wallaby
Lasiorhinus krefftiiQueensland hairy-nosed wombat
Chaeropus ecaudatusPig-footed bandicoot
Macrotis lagotisRabbit-bandicoot
Macrotis leucaraLesser rabbit-bandicoot
Perameles bougainvilleWestern barred bandicoot
Sminthopsis longicaudataLong-tailed dunnart
Sminthopsis psammophilaSandhill dunnart
Thylacinus cynocephalusTasmanian wolf
PrimatesE+W+S+N.I.
AllocebusHairy-eared dwarf lemur
CheirogaleusDwarf lemurs
HapalemurGentle lemurs
LemurLemurs
LepilemurSportive and weasel lemurs
MicrocebusMouse lemurs
PhanerFork-marked mouse lemurs
AvahiAvahis (otherwise known as Woolly indris)
IndriIndris
PropithecusSifakas
Daubentonia madagascariensisAye-aye
Callimico goeldiiGoeldi’s marmoset (otherwise known as Goeldi’s tamarin)
Callithrix auritaWhite eared marmoset
Callithrix flavicepsBuff-headed marmoset
LeontopithecusManed tamarin (otherwise known as Golden tamarin)
Saguinus bicolorPied tamarin
Saguinus geoffroyiGeoffroy’s tamarin
Saguinus leucopusWhite-footed tamarin
Saguinus oedipusCotton-headed tamarin
Alouatta palliata (otherwise known as Alouatta villosa)Mantled howler
Ateles geoffroyi frontatusBlack-browed spider monkey
Ateles geoffroyi panamensisRed spider monkey
Brachyteles arachnoidesWoolly spider monkey
CacajaoUakaris
Chiropotes albinasusWhite-nosed saki
Saimiri oerstediiRed-backed squirrel monkey
Cercocebus galeritus galeritusTana River mangabey
Cercopithecus dianaDiana monkey
Colobus badius kirkiiKirk’s red colobus (otherwise known as Zanzibar red colobus)
Colobus badius rufomitratusTana River red colobus
Macaca silenusLion-tailed macaque
Nasalis larvatusProboscis monkey
Papio leucophaeus (otherwise known as Mandrillus leucophaeus)Drill
Papio sphinx (otherwise known as Mandrillus sphinx)Mandrill
Presbytis entellusLangur (otherwise known as Entellus langur or True langur)
Presbytis geeiGolden langur
Presbytis pileatusCaped langur
Presbytis potenzianiMentawi leaf monkey
Pygathrix nemaeusDouc langur
Rhinopithecus roxellanaeSnub-nosed langur
Simias concolorMentawi snub-nosed langur
HybolatesGibbons
Symphalangus syndactylusSiamang
PongidaeGreat apes
EdentatesE+W+S+N.I.
Pridontes giganteus (otherwise known as Priodontes maximus)Giant armadillo
PangolinsE+W+S+N.I.
Manis temminckiSouth African pangolin
Rabbits and haresE+W+S+N.I.
Caprolagus hispidusAssam rabbit (otherwise known as Hispid hare)
Romerolagus diaziVolcano rabbit
RodentsE+W+S+N.I.
Cynomys mexicanusMexican prairie marmot
Leporillus conditorAustralian sticknest rat
Pseudomys fumeusSmoky mouse
Pseudomys praeconisShark Bay mouse
Xeromys myoidesFalse water rat
Zyzomys pendunculatusCentral thick-tailed rat
Chinchilla (except any domestic form of Chinchilla laniger)Chinchilla
CetaceansE+W+S+N.I.
Lipotes vexilliferChinese river dolphin
Physter catodon (otherwise known as Physeter macrocephalus)Sperm whale
Platanista gangeticaGanges dolphin
Platanista minorIndus river dolpin
SotaliaHumpbacked dolphins
SousaHumpacked dolphins
Neophocaena phocaenoidesFinless porpoise
Phocoena sinusCochito
Balaena mysticetusGreenland right whale (otherwise known as Bowhead whale)
Balaenoptera borealisSei whale
Balaenoptera musculusBlue whale
Balaenoptera physalusCommon rorqual
EschrichtiusGrey whales
EubalaenaRight whales
Megaptera novaeangliaeHumpback whale
CarnivoresE+W+S+N.I.
Spethos venaticusBush dog
Vulpes velox hebesNorthern kit fox
Helarctos malayanusSun bear
Selenarctos thibetanusAsiatic black bear
Tremarctos ornatusSpectacled bear
Ursus arctos isabellinusBrown bear
Ursus arctos nelsoniMexican brown bear
Ursus arctos pruinosusTibetan brown bear
Aonyx microdonCameroon clawless otter
Enhydra lutris nereisSouthern sea otter
Lutra felinaMarine otter
Lutra longicaudisSouth American otter
Lutra lutraEurasian otter
Lutra provocaxSouthern river otter
Mustela nigripesBlack-footed ferret
Pteronura brasiliensisGiant otter
Prionodon pardicolorSpotted linsang
Hyaena brunneaBrown hyaena
Acinonyx jubatusCheetah
Felis bengalensis bengalensisLeopard cat
Felis concolor coryiFlorida puma
Felis concolor costaricensisCosta Rica puma
Felis concolor cougarEastern puma
Felis jacobitaAndean cat
Felis rufa escuinapaeMexican bobcat
Felis marmorataMarbled cat
Felis nigripesBlack-footed cat
Felis pardalis mearnsiCosta Rica ocelot
Felis pardalis mitisBrazilian ocelot
Felis planicepsFlat-headed cat
Felis rubiginosaRusty spotted cat
Felis temminckiAsiatic golden cat
Felis tigrina oncillaLittle spotted cat
Felis wiedii nicaraguaeNicaraguan margay
Felis wiedii salviniaGuatemalan margay
Felis yagouaroundi cacomitliJaguarundi
Felis yagouaroundi fossataJaguarundi
Felis yagouaroundi panamensisJaguarundi
Felis yagouaroundi toltecaJaguarundi
Neofelis nebulosaClouded leopard
Panthera leo persicaAsiatic lion
Panthera oncaJaguar
Panthera pardusLeopard
Panthera tigrisTiger
Panthera unciaSnow leopard
SealsE+W+S+N.I.
Arcocephalus townsendiGuadelupe fur seal
MonachusMonk seals
ElephantsE+W+S+N.I.
Elephas maximusAsian elephant
Sea-cowsE+W+S+N.I.
Dugong dugonDugong (otherwise known as Sea-cow)
Trichechus inunguisAmazonian manatee
Trichechus manatusWest Indian manatee
Odd-toed ungulatesE+W+S+N.I.
Equus grevyiGrevy’s zebra
Equus hemionus hemionusMongolian wild ass
Equus hemionus khurIndian wild ass
Equus przewalskiiPrzewalski’s horse
Equus zebra zebraCape mountain zebra
Tapirus bairdiiCentral American tapir
Tapirus indicusMalayan tapir (otherwise known as Indian tapir)
Tapirus pinchaqueMountain tapir (otherwise known as Woolly tapir)
RhinocerotidaeRhinoceroses
Even-toed ungulatesE+W+S+N.I.
Babyrousa babyrussaBabirusa
Sus salvaniusPygmy hog
Vicugna vicugnaCalamian deer
Axis kuhliBawean deer
Axis porcinus annamiticusThai hog deer
Blastocerus dichotomusMarsh deer
Cervus duvauceliSwamp deer
Cervus elaphus hangluKashmir stag (otherwise known as Hanglu)
Cervus eldiBrow-antlered deer
Dama mesopotamicaPersian fallow deer
Hippocamelus antisiensisPeruvian huemal
Hippocamelus bisulcusChilean huemal
Moschus moschiferus moschiferusHimalayan musk deer
Ozotoceros bezoarticusPampas deer
Pudu puduChilean pudu
Antilocapra americana peninsularisLower California pronghorn
Antilocapra americana sonoriensisSonoran pronghorn
Bison bison athabascaeWood bison
Bos gaurusGaur
Bos mutusWild yak
Bubulas depressicornisLowland anoa
Bubalus mindorensisTamaraw
Bubalus quarlesiMountain anoa
Capra falconeri chiltanensisMarkhor
Capra falconeri jerdoniMarkhor
Capra falconeri megacerosMarkhor
Capricornis sumatraensisSerow
Hippotragus niger varianiGiant sable antelope
Nemorhaedua goralGoral
Novibos sauveliKoupray
Oryx leucoryxArabian oryx
Ovis ammon hodgsoniGreat Tibetan sheep
Ovis orientalis ophionCyprian mouflon
Ovis vigneiUrial
Pantholops hodgsoniTibetan antelope
Rupicapra rupicapra ornataAbrussi chamois

BIRDSE+W+S+N.I.

2The kinds of bird specified in the first column below—E+W+S+N.I.

RheasE+W+S+N.I.
Pterocnemia pennataLesser rhea
TinamousE+W+S+N.I.
Tinamus solitariusSolitary tinamou
PenguinsE+W+S+N.I.
Spheniscus humboldtiHumboldt penguin
GrebesE+W+S+N.I.
Podilymbus gigasAtitlan grebe
AlbatrossesE+W+S+N.I.
Diomedea albatrusShort-tailed albatross
Pelican-like birdsE+W+S+N.I.
Sula abbottiAbbot’s booby
Fregata andrewsiChristmas Island frigatebird
StorksE+W+S+N.I.
Ciconia ciconia boycianaJapanese white stork
Geronticus eremitaBald ibis
Nipponia nipponJapanese crested ibis
WaterfowlE+W+S+N.I.
Anas aucklandica nesiotisCampbell Island Flightless teal
Anas laysanensisLaysan duck
Anas oustaletiMarianas Island duck (otherwise known as Marianas Mallard)
Branta canadensis leucopareiaAleutian Canada goose
Branta sandvicensisHawaiian goose (otherwise known as Nene)
Cairina scutulataWhite winged wood duck
Rhodonessa caryophyllaceaPink-headed duck
Diurnal Birds of PreyE+W+S+N.I.
CathartidaeNew world vultures
Pandion haliaetusOsprey
AccipitridaeTrue hawks
Sagittarius serpentariusSecretary bird
FalconidaeFalcons
GamebirdsE+W+S+N.I.
Aburria jacutingaBlack-fronted curassow (otherwise known as Black-fronted guan)
Aburria pipileWhite-headed curassow (otherwise known as Piping guan)
Catreus wallichiiCheer pheasant
Colinus virginianus ridgwayiMasked bobwhite
Crax blumenbachiiRed-billed curassow
Crax mituRazor-billed curassow
Crossoptilon crossoptilonWhite Eared-pheasant
Crossoptilon mantchuricumBrown Eared-pheasant
Lophophorus impejanusHimalayan monal
Lophophorus lhuysiiChinese monal
Lophophorus sclateriSclater’s monal
Lophura edwardsiEdward’s pheasant
Lophura imperialisImperial pheasant
Lophura swinhoeiSwinhoe’s pheasant
Macrocephalon maleoMaleo Fowl
Oreophasis derbianusHorned guan
Penelope albipennisWhite-winged guan
Polyplectron emphanumPalawan peacock pheasant
Syrmaticus elliotiElliot’s pheasant
Syrmaticus humiaeHume’s pheasant (otherwise known as Bar-tailed pheasant)
Syrmaticus mikadoMikado pheasant
Tetraogallus caspiusCaspian snowcock
Tetraogallus tibetanusTibetan snowcock
Tragopan blythiiBlyth’s tragopan
Tragopan cabotiCabot’s tragopan
Tragopan melanocephalusWestern tragopan
Tympanuchus cupido attwateriAttwater’s prairie chicken
Cranes and railsE+W+S+N.I.
Grus americanaWhooping crane
Grus canadensis nesiotesCuban sandhill crane
Grus canadensis pullaMississippi sandhill crane
Grus japonensisManchurian crane (otherwise known as Japanese crane)
Grus leucogeranusSiberian White crane
Grus monachaHooded crane
Grus nigricollisBlack-necked crane
Grus vipioWhite-necked crane (otherwise known as White-naped crane)
Tricholimnas sylvestrisLord Howe wood-rail
Rhynochetos jubatusKagu
Chlamydotis undulataHoubara bustard
Choriotis nigriceps (otherwise known as Ardeotis nigriceps)Great Indian bustard
Eupodotis bengalensisBengal florican
Waders and GullsE+W+S+N.I.
Numenius borealisEskimo curlew
Tringa guttiferSpotted greenshank (otherwise known as Nordmann’s greenshank)
Larus relictusRelict gull
Pigeons and dovesE+W+S+N.I.
Caloenas nicobaricaNicobar pigeon
Ducula mindorensisMindoro imperial pigeon
ParrotsE+W+S+N.I.
Amazona arausiacaRed-necked parrot (otherwise known as Red-necked amazon)
Amazona barbadensisYellow-shouldered parrot (otherwise known as Yellow-shouldered amazon)
Amazona brasiliensisRed-tailed parrot (otherwise known as Red-tailed amazon)
Amazona guildingiiSt. Vincent parrot (otherwise known as St. Vincent amazon)
Amazona imperialisImperial parrot (otherwise known as Imperial amazon)
Amazona leucocephalaCuban parrot (otherwise known as Cuban amazon)
Amazona pretreiRed-spectacled parrot (otherwise known as Red-spectacled amazon)
Amazona rhodocorytha(otherwise known as Amazona dufresniana rhodocorytha)Red-crowned parrot (otherwise known as Red-crowned amazon)
Amazona versicolorSt Lucia parrot (otherwise known as St Lucia amazon)
Amazona vinaceaVinaceous parrot (otherwise known as Vinaceous amazon)
Amazona vittataPuerto Rico parrot (otherwise known as Puerto Rican amazon)
Anodorhynchus glaucusGlaucous macaw
Anodorhynchus leariLear’s macaw
Aratinga guarubaGolden parakeet (otherwise known as Golden conure)
Cyanopsitta spixiiSpix’s macaw
Cyanoramphus auriceps forbesiForbes’ parakeet
Cyanoramphus novaezelandiaeRed-fronted parakeet
Cyclopsitta diophthalma coxeni (otherwise known as Opopsitta diophthalma coxeni)Coxen’s fig parrot
Geopsittacus occidentalisAustralian night parrot
Neophema chrysogasterOrange-bellied parakeet (otherwise known as Orange-bellied parrot)
Pezoporus wallicusGround parrot
Pionopsitta pileataRed-capped parrot (otherwise known as Pileated parrot)
Psephotus chrysopterygiusGolden-shouldered parakeet (otherwise known as Golden-shouldered parrot or Hooded parakeet)
Psephotus pulcherrimusParadise parrot
Psittacula echo (otherwise known as Psittacula krameri echo)Mauritius parakeet (otherwise known as Mauritius ring-necked parakeet)
Psittacus erithacus princepsFernando Po grey parrot
Pyrrhura cruentataBlue-throated conure
Rhynchopsitta pachyrhynchaThick-billed parrot
Rhynchopsitta terrisiMaroon-fronted parrot
Strigops habroptilusKakapo (otherwise known as Owl parrot)
HummingbirdsE+W+S+N.I.
Ramphodon dohrniiHook-billed hermit
TrogonsE+W+S+N.I.
Pharomachrus mocinno costaricensisCosta Rican quetzal (otherwise known as Resplendent quetzal)
Pharomachrus mocinno mocinnoMagnificent quetzal (otherwise known as Resplendent quetzal)
OwlsE+W+S+N.I.
TytonidaeBarn owls
StrigidaeTypical owls
HornbillsE+W+S+N.I.
Buceros bicornis (otherwise known as Buceros homraiGreat pied hornbill
Rhinoplax vigilHelmeted hornbill
WoodpeckersE+W+S+N.I.
Campephilus imperialisImperial woodpecker
Dryocopus javensis richardsiTristram’s woodpecker (otherwise known as White-bellied black woodpecker)
SongbirdsE+W+S+N.I.
Cotinga maculataBanded cotinga
Xipholena atropurpureaWhite-winged cotinga
Pitta kochiKoch’s pitta
Atrichornis clamosaNoisy scrub-bird
Leucopsar rothschildiRothschild’s mynah
Dasyornis brachypterus longirostrisWestern bristlebird
Dasyornis broadbenti littoralisWestern rufous bristlebird
Picathartes gymnocephalusWhite-necked rockfowl (otherwise known as Yellow-headed rockfowl or Guinea bear-headed rockfowl)
Picathartes oreasGrey-necked rockfowl (otherwise known as Cameroon bare-headed rockfowl or Red-headed rockfowl)
Zosterops albogularisWhite-breasted silver-eye
Meliphaga cassidixHelmeted honeyeater
Spinus cucullatus (otherwise known as Carduelis cucullatus)Red siskin

E+W+S+N.I.

E+W+S+N.I. REPTILES

3The kinds of reptile specified in the first column below—E+W+S+N.I.

CrocodiliansE+W+S+N.I.
Alligator sinensisChinese alligator
Caiman crocodilus apaporiensisRio Apaporis caiman (otherwise known as Spectacled caiman)
Caiman latirostrisBroad-nosed caiman
Melanosuchus nigerBlack caiman
Crocodylus acutusAmerican crocodile
Crocodylus cataphractusAfrican slender-snouted crocodile (otherwise known as African sharp-nosed crocodile)
Crocodylus intermediusOrinoco crocodile
Crocodylus moreletiiMorelet’s crocodile
Crocodylus niloticusNile crocodile
Crocodylus novaeguineae mindorensisPhilippine crocodile
Crocodylus palustrisMugger (otherwise known as Marsh crocodile or Broad-snouted crocodile)
Crocodylus porosusEstuarine crocodile (otherwise known as Salt-water crocodile)
Crocodylus rhombiferCuban crocodile
Crocodylus siamensisSiamese crocodile
Osteolaemus tetraspisWest African dwarf crocodile
Tomistoma schlegeliiFalse gharial (otherwise known as False gavial)
Gavialis gangeticusIndian gharial (otherwise known as Indian gavial)
IguanasE+W+S+N.I.
BrachylophusFijian iguanas
CycluraCaribbean rock iguanas
Sauromalus variusSan Esteban Island chuck-walla
LizardsE+W+S+N.I.
Varanus bengalensisBengal monitor (otherwise known as Indian monitor or Common monitor)
Varanus flavescensYellow monitor
Varanus griseusDesert monitor (otherwise known as Agra monitor or Grey monitor)
Varanus komodoensisKomodo dragon
SnakesE+W+S+N.I.
AcrantophisMadagascar boas
BolyeriaRound island boas
CasareaRound island boas
Epicrates inornatusYellow tree boa
Epicrates subflavusJamaican boa
Python molurus molurusIndian python (otherwise known as Indian rock python)
Sanzinia madagascariensisMadagascar boa
TuataraE+W+S+N.I.
Sphenodon punctatusTuatara
CheloniansE+W+S+N.I.
Batagur baskaRiver terrapin (otherwise known as Tuntong)
Geoclemys hamiltonii (otherwise known as Damonia hamiltonii)Black pond turtle (otherwise known as Spotted pond turtle)
Melanochelys tricarinata (otherwise known as Geoemyda tricarinata or Nicoria tricarinata)Three-keeled turtle (otherwise known as Three-keeled land tortoise)
Kachuga tecta tectaIndian tent turtle (otherwise known as Indian sawback turtle or Roofed turtle or Dura turtle)
Morenia ocellataBurmese swamp turtle
Terrapene coahuilaAquatic box turtle (otherwise known as Water box turtle)
Geochelone elephantopus (otherwise known as Testudo elephantopus)Galapagos giant tortoise
Geochelone radiata (otherwise known as Testudo radiata)Radiated tortoise (otherwise known as Rayed tortoise)
Geochelone yniphora (otherwise known as Testudo yniphora)Madagascar tortoise (otherwise known as Rayed tortoise or Angonoka)
Gopherus flavomarginatus (otherwise known as Crophemus polyphemus flavomarginatus)Mexican gopher tortoise
Psammobates geometricus (otherwise known as Testudo geometricus)Geometric tortoise
CheloniidaeSea turtles
Dermochelys coriaceaLeatherback turtle (otherwise known as Leathery turtle or Luth)
Lissemys punctata punctataIndian flap-shelled turtle
Trionyx aterCuatro Cienegas soft-shell turtle (otherwise known as Black soft-shelled turtle)
Trionyx gangeticusGanges soft-shelled turtle (otherwise known as Indian soft-shelled turtle)
Trionyx hurumPeacock-marked soft-shelled turtle
Trionyx nigricansDark-coloured soft-shelled turtle
Pseudemydura umbrinaShort-necked turtle (otherwise known as Western swamp turtle)

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E+W+S+N.I. AMPHIBIANS

The kinds of amphibian specified in the first column below—

Andrias davidianus (otherwise known as Megalo batrachus davidianus)Chinese giant salamander
Andrias japonicus (otherwise known as Megalobatrachus japonicus)Japanese giant salamander
Atelopus varius zetekiGolden frog (otherwise known as Zetek’s frog)
Bufo periglenesGolden toad (otherwise known as Orange toad)
Bufo superciliarisCameroon toad
NectophrynoidesViviparous toads

E+W+S+N.I.

E+W+S+N.I. FISH

5The kinds of fish specified in the first column below—E+W+S+N.I.

KindCommon name
Acipenser brevirostrumShortnose sturgeon
Scleropages formosusAsiatic bonytongue
Coregonus alpenaeLongjaw cisco
Chasmistes cujusCui-ui
Probarbus jullienilkan temolek
Pangasianodon gigasGiant catfish
Stizostedion vitreum glaucumBlue walleye
Cynoscion macdonaldiDrum fish

E+W+S+N.I.

E+W+S+N.I. MOLLUSCS

6The kinds of mollusc specified below—E+W+S+N.I.

Conradilla caelata

Dromus dromas

Epioblasma florentina curtisi (otherwise known as Dysnomia florentina curtisi)

Epioblasma florentina florentina (otherwise known as Dysnomia florentina florentina)

Epioblasma sampsoni (otherwise known as Dysnomia sampsoni)

Epioblasma sulcata perobliqua (otherwise known as Dysnomia sulcata perobliqua)

Epioblasma torulosa gubernaculum (Otherwise known as Dysnomia torulosa gubernaculum)

Epioblasma torulosa torulosa (otherwise known as Dysnomia torulosa torulosa)

Epioblasma turgidula (otherwise known as Dysnomia turgidula)

Epioblasma walkeri (otherwise known as Dysnomia walkeri)

Fusconaia cuneolus

Fusconaia edgariana

Lampsilis higginsi

Lampsilis orbiculata orbiculata

Lampsilis satura

Lampsilis verescens

Plethobasus cicatricosus

Plethobasus cooperianus

Pleurobema plenum

Potamilus capax (otherwise known as Proptera capax)

Quadrula intermedia

Quadrula sparsa

Toxolasma cylindrella (otherwise known as Carunculina cylindrella)

Unio nickliniana (otherwise known as Megalonaias nickliniana)

Unio tampicoensis tecomatensis (otherwise known as Lampsilis tampicoensis tecomatensis)

Villosa trabalis (otherwise known as Micromya trabalis)

NOTE. The second column of this Schedule gives a common name or names, where available, and is included by way of guidance only ; in the event of any dispute or proceedings, only the first column is to be taken into account.

Part IIIE+W+S+N.I.

E+W+S+N.I. Schedule inserted as Schedule 5

SCHEDULE 5E+W+S+N.I.

E+W+S+N.I. Plants the sale etc. of which is restricted

This Schedule applies to the kinds of plant specified in the second column below—

FamilyKind
ApocynaceaePachypodium namaquanum
AraceaeAlocasia sanderana
CactaceaeAriocarpus agavoides
Ariocarpus scapharostrus
Aztekium ritteri
Echinocereus lindsayi
Obregonia denegrii
Pelecyphora aselliformis
Pelecyphora strobiliformis
CaryocaraceaeCaryocar costaricense
CaryophyllaceaeGymnocarpus przewalskii
Melandrium mongolicus
Silene mongolica
Stellaria pulvinata
CupressaceaeFitzroya cupressoides
Pilgerodendron uviferum
CycadaceaeMirocycas calocoma
GentianaceaePrepusa hookeriana
HumiriaceaeVantanea barbourii
JuglandaceaeEngelhardtia pterocarpa
LeguminosaeAmmopiptanthus mongolicum
Cynometra hemitomophylla
Platymiscium pleiostachyum
Tachigalia versicolor
LiliaceaeAloe albida
Aloe pillansii
Aloe polyphylla
Aloe thorncropftii
Aloe vossii
MelastomataceaeLavoisiera itambana
MeliaceaeGuarea longipetiola
MoraceaeBatocarpus costaricensis
NepenthaceaeNepenthes rajah
OrchidaceaeCattleya skinneri
Cattleya trianae
Didiciea cunninghamii
Laelia jongheana
Laelia lobata
Lycaste virginalis var alba
Peristeria elata
Renanthera imschootiana
Vanda coerulea
PinaceaeAbies guatemalensis
Abies nebrodensis
PodocarpaceaePodocarpus costalis
Podocarpus parlatorei
ProteaceaeOrothamnus zeyheri
Protea odorata
RubiaceaeBalmea stormae
SarraceniaceaeSarracenia alabamensis alabamensis
Sarracenia jonesii
Sarracenia oreophila
Saxifragaceae (otherwise known as Grossulariaceae)Ribes sardoum
StangeriaceaeStangeria eriopus
UlmaceaeCeltis aetnensis
WelwitschiaceaeWelwitschia bainesii
ZamiaceaeEncephalartos
ZingiberaceaeHedychium philippinense

[F100SCHEDULE 10AE+W Delegation of Appellate Functions

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Amendments (Textual)

F100 Sch. 10A inserted (30.1.2001) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 75(1) , 103(2) , Sch. 9 para. 7

InterpretationE+W

1In this Schedule—E+W

  • appointed person ” means a person appointed under section 28F(8) or 28L(10); and

  • appointment ”, in the case of any appointed person, means appointment under either of those provisions.

AppointmentsE+W

2An appointment under section 28F(8) or 28L(10) must be in writing and—E+W

(a)may relate to any particular appeal or matter specified in the appointment or to appeals or matters of a description so specified;

(b)may provide for any function to which it relates to be exercisable by the appointed person either unconditionally or subject to the fulfilment of such conditions as may be specified in the appointment; and

(c)may, by notice in writing given to the appointed person, be revoked at any time by the Secretary of State in respect of any appeal or matter which has not been determined by the appointed person before that time.

Powers of appointed personE+W

3Subject to the provisions of this Schedule, an appointed person shall, in relation to any appeal or matter to which his appointment relates, have the same powers and duties as the Secretary of State, other than—E+W

(a)any function of making regulations;

(b)any function of holding an inquiry or other hearing or of causing an inquiry or other hearing to be held; or

(c)any function of appointing a person for the purpose—

(i)of enabling persons to appear before and be heard by the person so appointed, or

(ii)of referring any question or matter to that person.

Holding of local inquiries and other hearings by appointed personsE+W

4(1)If either of the parties to an appeal or matter expresses a wish to appear before and be heard by the appointed person, the appointed person shall give both of them an opportunity of appearing and being heard.E+W

(2)Whether or not a party to an appeal or matter has asked for an opportunity to appear and be heard, the appointed person—

(a)may hold a local inquiry or other hearing in connection with the appeal or matter, and

(b)shall, if the Secretary of State so directs, hold a local inquiry in connection with the appeal or matter.

(3)Where an appointed person holds a local inquiry or other hearing by virtue of this Schedule, an assessor may be appointed by the Secretary of State to sit with the appointed person at the inquiry or hearing and advise him on any matters arising, notwithstanding that the appointed person is to determine the appeal or matter.

(4)Subject to section 28F(10) or 28L(12), the costs of a local inquiry held under this Schedule shall be defrayed by the Secretary of State.

Revocation of appointments and making of new appointmentsE+W

5(1)Where under paragraph 2(c) the appointment of the appointed person is revoked in respect of any appeal or matter, the Secretary of State shall, unless he proposes to determine the appeal or matter himself, appoint another person under section 28F(8) or 28L(10) to determine the appeal or matter instead.E+W

(2)Where such a new appointment is made, the consideration of the appeal or matter, or any hearing in connection with it, shall be begun afresh.

(3)Nothing in sub-paragraph (2) shall require any person to be given an opportunity of making fresh representations or modifying or withdrawing any representations already made.

Certain acts and omissions of appointed persons to be treated as those of the Secretary of StateE+W

6(1)Anything done or omitted to be done by an appointed person in, or in connection with, the exercise or purported exercise of any function to which the appointment relates shall be treated for all purposes as done or omitted to be done by the Secretary of State.E+W

(2)Sub-paragraph (1) shall not apply—

(a)for the purposes of so much of any contract made between the Secretary of State and the appointed person as relates to the exercise of the function; or

(b)for the purposes of any criminal proceedings brought in respect of anything done or omitted to be done as mentioned in that sub-paragraph.]

Sections 29 and 34.

SCHEDULE 11E+W+S Procedure in Connection with Certain Orders under Part II

Coming into operationE+W+S

F101 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F101 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

Publicity for ordersE+W+S

F102 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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Amendments (Textual)

F102 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

Unopposed ordersE+W+S

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Amendments (Textual)

F103 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

Opposed ordersE+W+S

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Amendments (Textual)

F104 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

Restriction on power to amend orders or confirm them with modificationsE+W+S

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F105 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

Notice of final decision on ordersE+W+S

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F106 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

Proceedings for questioning validity of ordersE+W+S

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F107 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

InterpretationE+W+S

F108 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F108 Sch. 11 (paras. 1-8) repealed (S.) (29.11.2004) by Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004 (asp 6) , ss. 57 , 59 , Sch. 7 para. 4 (with transitional provisions and savings in Sch. 5 Pt. 2 para. 11 ); S.S.I. 2004/495 , art. 2

Section 36.

F109 SCHEDULE 12E+W+S Procedure in Connection With Orders Under Section 36

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F109Sch. 12 repealed (E.W.) (12.1.2010 so far as not relating to MCZs in W., 12.12.2014 in so far as not already in force) by Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009 (c. 23), ss. 146, 321, 324(2)(b)(i)(4), Sch. 11 para. 2(2)(b), Sch. 22 Pt. 3 (with s. 145, Sch. 12); S.I. 2014/3088, art. 2(b)(c); and Sch. 12 repealed (S.) (1.7.2010) by Marine (Scotland) Act 2010 (asp 5), ss. 167, 168(1), Sch. 4 para. 5(d) (with s. 162); S.S.I. 2010/230, art. 2(h)

F110 SCHEDULE 13 E+W

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Section 53.

SCHEDULE 14E+W+S Applications for Certain Orders Under Part III

Form of applicationsE+W+S

1An application shall be made in the prescribed form and shall be accompanied by—E+W+S

(a)a map drawn to the prescribed scale and showing the way or ways to which the application relates; and

(b)copies of any documentary evidence (including statements of witnesses) which the applicant wishes to adduce in support of the application.

Notice of applicationsE+W+S

2(1)Subject to sub-paragraph (2), the applicant shall serve a notice stating that the application has been made on every owner and occupier of any land to which the application relates.E+W+S

(2)If, after reasonable inquiry has been made, the authority are satsified that it is not practicable to ascertain the name or address of an owner or occupier of any land to which the application relates, the authority may direct that the notice required to be served on him by sub-paragraph (1) may be served by addressing it to him by the description “owner” or “occupier” of the land (describing it) and by affixing it to some conspicuous object or objects on the land.

(3)When the requirements of this paragraph have been complied with, the applicant shall certify that fact to the authority.

(4)Every notice or certificate under this paragraph shall be in the prescribed form.

Determination by authorityE+W+S

3(1)As soon as reasonably practicable after receiving a certificate under paragraph 2(3), the authority shall—E+W+S

(a)investigate the matters stated in the application; and

(b)after consulting with every local authority whose area includes the land to which the application relates, decide whether to make or not to make the order to which the application relates.

(2)If the authority have not determined the application within twelve months of their receiving a certificate under paragraph 2(3), then, on the applicant making representations to the Secretary of State, the Secretary of State may, after consulting with the authority, direct the authority to determine the application before the expiration of such period as may be specified in the direction.

(3)As soon as practicable after determining the application, the authority shall give notice of their decision by serving a copy of it on the applicant and any person on whom notice of the application was required to be served under paragraph 2(1).

Appeal against a decision not to make an orderE+W+S

4(1)Where the authority decide not to make an order, the applicant may, at any time within 28 days after service on him of notice of the decision, serve notice of appeal against that decision on the Secretary of State and the authority.E+W+S

(2)If on considering the appeal the Secretary of State considers that an order should be made, he shall give to the authority such directions as appear to him necessary for the purpose [F111(which may include a direction as to the time within which an order is to be made)].

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F111 Words in Sch. 14 para. 4(2) inserted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. and 31.5.2005 for W.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 10 ; S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2 ; S.I. 2005/1314 , art. 2(a)

InterpretationE+W+S

5(1)In this Schedule—E+W+S

  • application ” means an application under section 53(5);

  • local authority ” means [F112 a non-metroplitan district council ] , a parish F113 . . . council or the parish meeting of a parish not having a separate parish council [F114 but, in relation to Wales, means a community council ] ;

  • prescribed ” means prescribed by regulations made by the Secretary of State.

(2)Regulations under this Schedule shall be made by statutory instrument which shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.

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F113 Words in Sch. 14 para. 5(1) repealed (1.4.1996) by 1994 c. 19 , s. 66(6)(8) , Sch. 16 para. 65(11) , Sch. 18 (with ss. 54(5)(7) , 55(5) , Sch. 17 paras. 22(1) , 23(2) ); S.I. 1996/396 , art. 4 , Sch. 2

F114 Words in Sch. 14 para. 5(1) added (1.4.1996) by 1994 c. 19 , s. 66(6) , Sch. 16 para. 65(11) (with ss. 54(5)(7) , 55(5) , Sch. 17 paras. 22(1) , 23(2) ); S.I. 1996/396 , art. 4 , Sch. 2

Sections 53 and 54.

SCHEDULE 15E+W+S Procedure in Connection with Certain Orders Under Part III

ConsultationE+W+S

1Before making an order, the authority shall consult with every local authority whose area includes the land to which the order relates.E+W+S

Coming into operationE+W+S

2An order shall not take effect until confirmed either by the authority or the Secretary of State under paragraph 6 or by the Secretary of State under paragraph 7.E+W+S

Publicity for ordersE+W+S

3(1)On making an order, the authority shall give notice in the prescribed form—E+W+S

(a)describing the general effect of the order and stating that it has been made and requires confirmation;

(b)naming a place in the area in which the land to which the order relates is situated where a copy of the order may be inspected free of charge, and copies thereof may be obtained at a reasonable charge, at all reasonable hours; and

(c)specifying the time (not being less than 42 days from the date of the first publication of the notice) within which, and the manner in which, representations or objections with respect to the order [F115, which must include particulars of the grounds relied on,] may be made.

(2)Subject to sub-paragraph (4), the notice to be given under sub-paragraph (1) shall be given—

(a)by publication in at least one local newspaper circulating in the area in which the land to which the order relates is situated;

(b)by serving a like notice on—

(i)every owner and occupier of any of that land;

(ii)every local authority whose area includes any of that land;

(iii)every person on whom notice is required to be served in pursuance of sub-paragraph (3); and

(iv)such other persons as may be prescribed in relation to the area in which that land is situated or as the authority may consider appropriate; and

(c)by causing a copy of the notice to be displayed in a prominent position—

(i)at the ends of so much of any way as is affected by the order;

(ii)at council offices in the locality of the land to which the order relates; and

(iii)at such other places as the authority may consider appropriate.

(3) Any person may, on payment of such reasonable charge as the authority may consider appropriate, require an authority to give him notice of all such orders as are made by the authority during a specified period, are of a specified description and relate to land comprised in a specified area; and in this sub-paragraph “ specified ” means specified in the requirement.

(4)The Secretary of State may, in any particular case, direct that it shall not be necessary to comply with sub-paragraph (2)(b)(i); but if he so directs in the case of any land, then in addition to publication the notice shall be addressed to “The owners and any occupiers” of the land (describing it) and a copy or copies of the notice shall be affixed to some conspicuous object or objects on the land.

(5)Sub-paragraph (2)(b) and (c) and, where applicable, sub-paragraph (4) shall be complied with not less than 42 days before the expiration of the time specified in the notice.

(6)A notice required to be served by sub-paragraph (2)(b) on the owner or occupier of any land, or on a local authority, shall be accompanied by a copy of so much of the order as relates to that land or, as the case may be, the area of that authority; and a notice required to be served by that sub-paragraph on such other persons as may be prescribed or as the authority may consider appropriate shall be accompanied by a copy of the order.

(7)A notice required to be displayed by sub-paragraph (2)(c) at the ends of so much of any way as is affected by the order shall be accompanied by a plan showing the general effect of the order so far as it relates to that way.

(8)At any time after the publication of a notice under this paragraph and before the expiration of the period specified in the notice for the making of representations and objections, any person may require the authority to inform him what documents (if any) were taken into account in preparing the order and—

(a)as respects any such documents in the possession of the authority, to permit him to inspect them and take copies; and

(b)as respects any such documents not in their possession, to give him any information the authority have as to where the documents can be inspected;

and on any requirement being made under this sub-paragraph the authority shall comply therewith within 14 days of the making of the requirement.

(9)Nothing in sub-paragraph [F116(1)(c) or] (8) shall be construed as limiting [F117the grounds which may be relied on or] the documentary or other evidence which may be adduced at any local inquiry or hearing held under paragraph 7 or 8.

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F115 Words in Sch. 15 para. 3(1)(c) inserted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(2) ; S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2 (with savings in art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/1314 , art. 2(a) ; S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

F116 Words in Sch. 15 para. 3(9) inserted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(3)(a) ); S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2 (with savings in art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/1314 , art. 2(a) ; S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

F117 Words in Sch. 15 para. 3(9) inserted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(3)(b) ; S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2 (with savings in art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/1314 , art. 2(a) ; S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

Representations or objections made with respect to abandoned surveys or reviewsE+W+S

4(1)This paragraph applies where a survey begun under sections 27 to 32 of the 1949 Act, or a review begun under section 33 of that Act, is abandoned after a draft map and statement have been prepared.E+W+S

(2)If an order modifies the definitive map and statement so as—

(a)to show any particulars shown in the draft map and statement but not in the definitive map and statement; or

(b)to omit any particulars shown in the definitive map and statement but not in the draft map and statement,

any representation or objection duly made with respect to the showing in or omission from the draft map and statement of those particulars shall be treated for the purposes of paragraphs 6 and 7 as a representation or objection duly made with respect to the corresponding modifications made by the order.

Severance of ordersE+W+S

5(1)Where at any time representations or objections duly made and not withdrawn relate to some but not all of the modifications made by an order, the authority may, by notice given to the Secretary of State, elect that, for the purposes of the following provisions of this Schedule, the order shall have effect as two separate orders—E+W+S

(a)the one comprising the modifications to which the representations or objections relate; and

(b)the other comprising the remaining modifications.

(2)Any reference in sub-paragraph (1) to an order includes a reference to any part of an order which, by virtue of one or more previous elections under that sub-paragraph, has effect as a separate order.

Unopposed ordersE+W+S

6(1)If no representations or objections are duly made, or if any so made are withdrawn, the authority may—E+W+S

(a)confirm the order without modification; or

(b)if they require any modification to be made, submit the order to the Secretary of State for confirmation by him.

(2)Where an order is submitted to the Secretary of State under sub-paragraph (1), the Secretary of State may confirm the order with or without modifications.

Opposed ordersE+W+S

7 (1)If any representation or objection duly made is not withdrawn the authority shall submit the order to the Secretary of State for confirmation by him.E+W

(2)Where an order is submitted to the Secretary of State under sub-paragraph (1), the Secretary of State shall [F118, subject to sub-paragraph (2A),] either—

(a)cause a local inquiry to be held; or

(b)afford any person by whom a representation or objection has been duly made and not withdrawn an opportunity of being heard by a person appointed by the Secretary of State for the purpose.

[F119(2A)The Secretary of State may, but need not, act as mentioned in sub-paragraph (2)(a) or (b) if, in his opinion, no representation or objection which has been duly made and not withdrawn relates to an issue which would be relevant in determining whether or not to confirm the order, either with or without modifications.]

(3)On considering any representations or objections duly made and the report of [F120any person appointed to hold an inquiry] or hear representations or objections, the Secretary of State may confirm the order with or without modifications.

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F118 Words in Sch. 15 para. 7(2) inserted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(4) ; S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2(d)(iii) (with art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

F119 Sch. 15 para. 7(2A) inserted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(5) ; S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2(d)(iii) (with art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

F120 Words in Sch. 15 para. 7(3) substituted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(6) : S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2(d)(iii) (with art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

7(1)If any representation or objection duly made is not withdrawn the authority shall submit the order to the Secretary of State for confirmation by him.S

(2)Where an order is submitted to the Secretary of State under sub-paragraph (1), the Secretary of State shall either—

(a)cause a local inquiry to be held; or

(b)afford any person by whom a representation or objection has been duly made and not withdrawn an opportunity of being heard by a person appointed by the Secretary of State for the purpose.

(3)On considering any representations or objections duly made and the report of the person appointed to hold the inquiry or hear representations or objections, the Secretary of State may confirm the order with or without modifications.

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E5This version of this provision extends to Scotland only; a separate version has been created for England and Wales only

Restriction on power to confirm orders with modificationsE+W+S

8 (1)The Secretary of State shall not confirm an order with modifications so as—E+W

(a)to affect land not affected by the order;

(b)not to show any way shown in the order or to show any way not so shown; or

(c)to show as a highway of one description a way which is shown in the order as a highway of another description,

except after complying with the requirements of sub-paragraph (2).

(2)The said requirements are that the Secretary of State shall—

(a)give such notice as appears to him requisite of his proposal so to modify the order, specifying the time (which shall not be less than 28 days from the date of the first publication of the notice) within which, and the manner in which, representations or objections with respect to the proposal [F121, which must include particulars of the grounds relied on,] may be made;

[F122(b)if any representation or objection duly made is not withdrawn (but subject to sub-paragraph (3)), hold a local inquiry or afford any person by whom any such representation or objection has been made an opportunity of being heard by a person appointed by the Secretary of State for the purpose; and

(c)consider the report of any person appointed to hold an inquiry or to hear representations or objections.

(3)The Secretary of State may, but need not, act as mentioned in sub-paragraph (2)(b) if, in his opinion, no representation or objection which has been duly made and not withdrawn relates to an issue which would be relevant in determining whether or not to confirm the order in accordance with his proposal.

(4)Sub-paragraph (2)(a) shall not be construed as limiting the grounds which may be relied on at any local inquiry or hearing held under this paragraph.]

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Amendments (Textual)

F121 Words in Sch. 15 para. 8(2)(a) inserted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(7)(a) ; S.I. 2002/292 , art. 2(d)(iii) (with art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/1314 , art. 2(a)(iii) ; S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

F122 Sch. 15 para. 8(2)(b)(c)(3)(4) substituted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) for Sch. 15 para. 8(2)(b)(c) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(7)(b) : S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2(d)(iii) (with art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/1314 , art. 2(a)(iii) ; S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii)

8(1)The Secretary of State shall not confirm an order with modifications so as—S

(a)to affect land not affected by the order;

(b)not to show any way shown in the order or to show any way not so shown; or

(c)to show as a highway of one description a way which is shown in the order as a highway of another description,

except after complying with the requirements of sub-paragraph (2).

(2)The said requirements are that the Secretary of State shall—

(a)give such notice as appears to him requisite of his proposal so to modify the order, specifying the time (which shall not be less than 28 days from the date of the first publication of the notice) within which, and the manner in which, representations or objections with respect to the proposal may be made;

(b)hold a local inquiry or afford any person by whom any representation or objection has been duly made and not withdrawn an opportunity of being heard by a person appointed by the Secretary of State for the purpose; and

(c)consider the report of the person appointed to hold the inquiry or to hear representations or objections.

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Local inquiriesE+W+S

F123 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E+W+S

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F123 Sch. 15 para. 9 omitted (E.W.) (13.2.2004 for E. (exception noted in art. 3(1) of commencement order) and 31.5.2005 for W. and 27.9.2005 otherwise for E.) by virtue of 2000 c. 37 , ss. 51 , 103(3) , Sch. 5 Pt. I para. 11(8) and repealed (6.12.2006 for W. and otherwise prosp.) by 2000 c. 37 , ss. 102 , 103(3) , Sch. 16 Pt. II ; S.I. 2004/292 , art. 2(d)(iii) (with savings in art. 3(1) ); S.I. 2005/1314 , art. 2(a)(iii) ; S.I. 2005/2459 , art. 2(2)(b)(iii) ; S.I. 2006/3257 , art. 2

Appointment of inspectors etc. E+W+S

10(1)A decision of the Secretary of State under paragraph 6, 7 or 8 shall, except in such classes of case as may for the time being be prescribed or as may be specified in directions given by the Secretary of State, be made by a person appointed by the Secretary of State for the purpose instead of by the Secretary of State; and a decision made by a person so appointed shall be treated as a decision of the Secretary of State.E+W+S

(2)The Secretary of State may, if he thinks fit, direct that a decision which, by virtue of sub-paragraph (1) and apart from this sub-paragraph, falls to be made by a person appointed by the Secretary of State shall instead be made by the Secretary of State; and a direction under this sub-paragraph shall state the reasons for which it is given and shall be served on the person, if any, so appointed, the authority and any person by whom a representation or objection has been duly made and not withdrawn.

(3)Where the Secretary of State has appointed a person to make a decision under paragraph 6, 7 or 8 the Secretary of State may, at any time before the making of the decision, appoint another person to make it instead of the person first appointed to make it.

(4)Where by virtue of sub-paragraph (2) or (3) a particular decision falls to be made by the Secretary of State or any other person instead of the person first appointed to make it, anything done by or in relation to the latter shall be treated as having been done by or in relation to the former.

(5)Regulations under this paragraph may provide for the giving of publicity to any directions given by the Secretary of State under this paragraph.

[F124 Hearings and local inquiries]E+W

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Annotations are used to give authority for changes and other effects on the legislation you are viewing and to convey editorial information. They appear at the foot of the relevant provision or under the associated heading. Annotations are categorised by annotation type, such as F-notes for textual amendments and I-notes for commencement information (a full list can be found in the Editorial Practice Guide). Each annotation is identified by a sequential reference number. For F-notes, M-notes and X-notes, the number also appears in bold superscript at the relevant location in the text. All annotations contain lin