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The Higher Education and Research Act 2017 (Consequential, Transitional, Transitory and Saving Provisions) Regulations 2018

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Consultation of NERC in relation to seals

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26.—(1) Any consultation with NERC before 1st April 2018 in respect of a provision specified in paragraph (2) and regarding an authorisation given, or a licence to be granted or varied, a designation to be made, or a review to be undertaken (as the case may be), is to have effect from that date as if it were a consultation with UKRI.

(2) The provisions are—

(a)in the Conservation of Seals Act 1970(1)—

(i)section 3(1) (order prohibiting the killing, injuring or taking of seals);

(ii)section 10(3)(a) (power to grant licences);

(iii)section 11(1)(a) (authorisation of a person to enter land to obtain information about seals); or

(iv)section 11(1)(b) (authorisation of a person to enter land to kill or take seals);

(b)paragraph 9(a) of Part 2 of Schedule 5 to the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006(2) (application of enforcement provisions for the purposes of the conservation of seals); or

(c)in the Marine (Scotland) Act 2010(3)—

(i)section 116(1) (power to grant a seal licence);

(ii)section 117 (designation of a haul-out site);

(iii)section 118(2) (designation of a seal conservation area);

(iv)section 120(1) (authorisation of a person to enter land to obtain information about seals);

(v)section 121(1) (authorisation of a person to enter land to kill or take seals); or

(vi)section 129(2)(b) (review of seal licensing regime).

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