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Regulations
Ireland
Europe
Northern Europe

These Regulations make a number of amendments to principal Regulations of 1994. These amendments provide that relevant planning authorities must send to the Dublin Transportation Office (DTI) copies of development plans and also of planning applications and details of proposed local authority development, including environmental impact statements, where these may impact on the DTI Strategy.

Regulations
Ireland
Europe
Northern Europe

These Regulations amend article 13 of the principal Regulations of 1994 which prescribes development, which notwithstanding section 4 of the Local Government (Planning and Development) Act, 1963, is not exempted development. The effect of the Regulations is to lower the threshold at which afforestation requires planning permission from 200 hectares to 70 hectares.

Regulations
Ireland
Europe
Northern Europe

The changes made relate to exempted development, the requirements and procedures in respect of planning applications, Part X of the 1994 Regulations and prescribed forms. Works consisting of or incidental to the carrying out of development referred to in section 84 (4) (a) of the Environmental Protection Agency Act, 1992 (No.

Regulations
Ireland
Europe
Northern Europe

Regulations to implement various Development and Planning Acts.The 168 regulations are divided into 14 Parts: Preliminary and General (I); Development Plans (II); Exempted Development (III); Permission Regulations (IV); Appeals and other matters with which An Bord Pleanála is concerned (V); Extension of duration of planning permission (VI); Fees (VII; Compensation (VIII); Environmental impact a

Regulations
Ireland
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These Rules provide that the Registry map for property in urban areas shall as far as possible be on the 1/1000 scale and that all plans of property in such areas shall be shown on such scale with necessary or obvious adjustments to conform to ordnance detail.

Regulations
Ireland
Europe
Northern Europe

The Rules provide for the deletion from the Land Registration Rules, 1972 of the existing Form 3 and the introduction of a new Form 3, and amendment of Form 15. The Rules also provide for the amendment of Rules 19 and 35 of the Land Registration Rules, 1972. Form 3 concerns an application for first registration where purchase money or compensation does not exceed £50,000.

Regulations
Ireland
Europe
Northern Europe

The Rules provide for the deletion from the Land Registration Rules, 1972 of the existing Form 3 and the introduction of a new Form 3. The Rules also provide for the amendment of Rules 19 and 35 of the Land Registration Rules, 1972.

Regulations
Ireland
Europe
Northern Europe

These Rules amend rules 19 and 35 of the Land Registration Rules, 1972 relative to valuation of registered property.

Amends: Land Registration Rules, 1972. (1972-10-02)

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