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These Regulations prescribe forms for the purposes of the Compulsory Acquisition of Land (Guernsey) Law, 1949. The forms sets out in the Schedule are forms of: a Draft Compulsory Purchase Order; a Drafi Temporary Possession Order; a Draft Control of Use Order; a Draft Variation Order; a Notice to a qualifying person; other notices made under the Law.
These Regulations implement provisions of the Land Planning and Development (Guernsey) Law, 2005 in relation with appeals to the Planning Tribunal or to an adjudicator.
These Regulations prescribe the procedure to be followed for an inquiry to be conducted by an inspector into the provisions of a new or replacement Development Plan, Subject Plan, Local Planning Brief or for amendments thereto prepared by the Environment Department pursuant to the Land Planning and Development (Guernsey) Law, 2005 and the Land Planning and Development (Plans) Ordinance, 2007. They also make provision for the appointment and functions of the Inquiry Administration who shall assist the inspector with the administration of the inquiry and define powers of the inspector.
This Law amends the Preservation of Natural Beauty and Control of Agricultural Land (Guernsey) Law, 1959 in section 2 in relation with the number of members that shall constitute the Natural Beauty and Control of Agricultural Land Committee.
This Ordinance of prohibits the erection of glasshouses in Guernsey by any person, other than the States and prescribe thee maximum area allowed for the erection of glasshouses for purposes of the Glasshouse Control Law, 1936.
This Law provides for the preservation of natural beauty of Guernsey and the control of development of agricultural land and for these purposes provides for the appointment by the States of the Preservation of Natural Beauty and Control of Agricultural Land Committee. The Law principally grants legislative powers to the States for the purposes of this Law. Ordinances of the States shall provide for a system of authorization of development of agricultural land and certain activities affecting the landscape.