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The Marine Licensing (Application Fees) Regulations 2014

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Statutory Instruments

2014 No. 615

Environmental Protection

Licensing (marine)

Marine Pollution

The Marine Licensing (Application Fees) Regulations 2014

Made

13th March 2014

Laid before Parliament

14th March 2014

Coming into force

6th April 2014

In exercise of the powers conferred by sections 67(2), (3) and 316(1)(b) of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009(1), the Secretary of State, as the appropriate licensing authority under section 113(2)(a), (4)(a), (6)(a) and (8) of that Act(2), makes the following Regulations.

(2)

By virtue of section 113(2)(a), 4(a), (6)(a) and (8) of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009, the Secretary of State is the appropriate licensing authority as respects anything done in the course of carrying on certain activities in the Scottish offshore region, Wales and the Welsh inshore region and Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland inshore region, and in relation to any other area not mentioned in subsection (2), (4) or (6). See section 322(1) for the definition of those regions.

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