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The Grant-aided Colleges (Scotland) Grant Regulations 1989

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Requirements relating to non-recurrent grants

9.—(1) The following shall be additional requirements when a governing body has received non-recurrent grant in respect of acquisition of, or expenditure on, any land or buildings:—

(a)no building works on the land or buildings (other than minor modifications or routine maintenance) shall be carried out without the prior approval of the Secretary of State;

(b)the governing body shall pay to the Secretary of State such portion of the proceeds of any disposal of the land or buildings (less any expenses incurred in the disposal) as he may determine after consultation with the governing body.

(2) The requirements specified in paragraph (1) above and in regulation 8(1)(a) of these Regulations shall apply when land or buildings have been provided with the aid of non-recurrent grant under the Further Education (Scotland) Regulations 1959( (1)) or the Colleges of Education (Scotland Regulations 1987( (2)), as the case may be, or under any earlier regulations enabling the payment of non-recurrent grant in respect of grant-aided colleges, as they apply when land or buildings have been provided with the aid of non-recurrent grant paid under these Regulations.

(1)

S.I. 1959/477; the relevant amending instrument is S.I. 1979/1185

(2)

S.I. 1987/309

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