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The Electricity (Applications for Consent) Regulations 1990

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Statutory Instruments

1990 No. 455


The Electricity (Applications for Consent) Regulations 1990


5th March 1990

Laid before Parliament

19th March 1990

Coming into force

31st March 1990

The Secretary of State for Energy (as respects England and Wales) and the Secretary of State for Scotland (as respects Scotland), in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 36(8) and 60(2) and (3) and by paragraphs 1(3), 2(3), 2(5) and 3(1) of Schedule 8 to the Electricity Act 1989(1)and of all other enabling powers, hereby make the following Regulations:—

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