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The Marine Works (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2007

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22.  In reaching its EIA consent decision, the appropriate authority must—

(a)do so on the basis of the following—

(i)the application;

(ii)the environmental statement;

(iii)any further information provided by the applicant pursuant to a notification under regulation 14(1);

(iv)the outcome of the process set out in Schedule 5 in relation to any representations received pursuant to the statement referred to in regulation 16(2)(g);

(v)any representations in response to consultation made by the consultation bodies pursuant to the letter referred to in regulation 17(1)(a)(iv); and

(vi)the outcome of any consultations of the authorities of other EEA States carried out in accordance with regulation 20;

(b)have regard to the relevant legislation; and

(c)take into account the direct and indirect effects of the project on—

(i)human beings, fauna and flora;

(ii)soil, water, air, climate and the landscape;

(iii)material assets and the cultural heritage; and

(iv)the interaction between any two or more of the things mentioned in the preceding sub-paragraphs.

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