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The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations 2013

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PART 3Transitional provisions and revocations

Activities no longer requiring permits

55.—(1) Where the activity to which an environmental permit relates falls only within a description in Part 2 of Schedule 1 to the principal Regulations which by virtue of the coming into force of these Regulations is no longer included in that Schedule, that permit ceases to have effect.

(2) Where an environmental permit contains any condition which relates solely to a description of an activity which was included in Part 2 of Schedule 1 to the principal Regulations but which by virtue of the coming into force of these Regulations is no longer included in that Schedule, that condition ceases to have effect.

Former Part A activities

56.—(1) This regulation applies where an environmental permit is for an activity—

(a)which, immediately before the coming into force of these Regulations, was a Part A activity, and

(b)which, on the coming into force of these Regulations, becomes a Part B activity or any other regulated facility.

(2) Where this regulation applies—

(a)the permit is deemed to be granted under the principal Regulations as amended by these Regulations; and

(b)any conditions of that permit which are applicable only to Part A installations cease to have effect.

(3) In this regulation, “Part B activity” and “regulated facility” have the same definition as in the principal Regulations as amended by these Regulations.

Consequential amendment

57.—(1) The Volatile Organic Compounds in Paints, Varnishes and Vehicle Refinishing Products Regulations 2012(1) are amended as follows.

(2) In regulation 3(3) for “an SED (Solvent Emission Directive) activity” substitute “a solvent emission activity”.

(3) In regulation 3(4)—

(a)for “SED (Solvent Emission Directive) Activity” substitute “solvent emission activity”;

(b)for sub-paragraph (a) substitute—

(a)Schedule 14 to the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010..

Revocations

58.—(1) The following Regulations are revoked—

(a)the Clean Air Enactments (Repeals and Modifications) Regulations 1974(2);

(b)the Control of Industrial Air Pollution (Transfer of Powers of Enforcement) Regulations 1987(3);

(c)the Control of Asbestos in the Air Regulations 1990(4).

(2) Schedules 7, 13 and 17 to the principal Regulations are revoked.

(3) Schedule 15 to the principal Regulations is revoked.

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