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9.—(1) Where a beneficiary has undertaken to use any set-aside land for non-agricultural purposes, that beneficiary shall, until the conversion of that land to use for non-agricultural purposes commences, observe in relation to that land the requirements set out in Schedule 2.
(2) Where a beneficiary has undertaken to use any set-aside land for non-agricultural purposes, that beneficiary shall not use that land for—
(a)the extraction of minerals; or
(b)the erection of any building or other permanent structure with a view to the use of such building or structure for any of the following purposes—
(i)the carrying-on of any industrial process;
(ii)the retail or wholesale sale of goods;
(iii)use as a dwellinghouse, hotel or lodging house or for the purposes of a residential institution of any description;
(iv)use for office accommodation;
(v)use as a storage or distribution centre.
(3) Notwithstanding paragraph (2) above, a beneficiary may use set-aside land for the erection of any building or other permanent structure with a view to the use of that building or structure for the purposes of any business of a type specified in the Schedule to the Farm Business Specification Order 1987(1) where that business is carried on by a person also carrying on a business consisting in or partly in the pursuit of agriculture on the same or adjacent land.