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The Flood Risk (Cross Border Areas) Regulations 2010

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Citation, commencement and extent

  3. 2.Amendment of the Flood Risk Regulations 2009

  4. 3.In paragraph (5) of regulation 1 (Citation, commencement and extent)...

  5. 4.For regulation 5 (“River basin district”) substitute— “River basin district”...

  6. 5.After regulation 8 (“Water Environment Regulations”) insert— “River basin management...

  7. 6.In paragraph (7) of regulation 12 (Preliminary assessment reports) insert...

  8. 7.In regulation 13 (Duty to identify flood risk areas: Environment...

  9. 8.In regulation 14 (Duty to identify flood risk areas: lead...

  10. 9.After regulation 14 insert— Duty to identify flood risk areas:...

  11. 10.In regulation 15 (Publication) insert after paragraph (2)—

  12. 11.After regulation 17 (Review: lead local flood authorities) insert— Review:...

  13. 12.Regulation 18 (Duty to prepare flood hazard maps and flood...

  14. 13.In paragraph (2) of regulation 19 (Duty to prepare flood...

  15. 14.In regulation 20 (Flood hazard maps)— (a) omit paragraph (7),...

  16. 15.In paragraph (4) of regulation 21 (Flood risk maps) insert...

  17. 16.In regulation 22 (Publication) insert after paragraph (2)—

  18. 17.Regulation 25 (Duty to prepare flood risk management plans: Environment...

  19. 18.In paragraph (2) of regulation 26 (Duty to prepare flood...

  20. 19.For paragraph (9) of regulation 27 (Flood risk management plans)...

  21. 20.In regulation 28 (Publication) insert after paragraph (2)—

  22. 21.In regulation 32 (Part 2: Environment Agency)—

  23. 22.In regulation 34 (Part 2: lead local flood authorities)—

  24. 23.In regulation 35 (Duty to co-operate) insert after paragraph (2)—...

  25. 24.For paragraph (2) of regulation 36 (Power to require information)...

  26. 25.For regulation 38 (Solway Tweed River Basin District) substitute— Cross...

  27. 26.Amendment of the Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009

  28. 27.Section 12 (Flood risk assessments: availability for public inspection) is...

  29. 28.In section 13 (SEPA to identify potentially vulnerable areas and...

  30. 29.In section 14 (Potentially vulnerable areas and local plan districts:...

  31. 30.Section 25 (Flood hazard maps and flood risk maps: availability...

  32. 31.In section 30 (Flood risk management plans: publicity of drafts...

  33. 32.In section 32 (Flood risk management plans: approval and publication)...

  34. 33.After section 50 (Sub-district flood risk advisory groups) insert— Cross...

  35. 34.In section 55 (Interpretation of Part 3)—

  36. Signature

  37. Explanatory Note

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