These Regulations make provision in respect of the notification and publication requirements introduced by the Historic Environment Scotland Act 2014, where a scheduled monument is either included in or excluded from the Schedule of monuments in terms of section 1 of the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 or where an entry relating to a monument in that Schedule is amended. These Regulations apply to any: (a) inclusion of a monument in the Schedule; (b) amendment of an entry in the Schedule relating to a monument; or (c) exclusion of a monument from the Schedule.
Implements: Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 (Cap. 49). (1979-04-04)
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