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Documents supplied by Scottish Office

AMD 3 Technical Standards for Compliance with the Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations 1990
Amendment to the Miscellaneous Food Additives Regulations 1995
Amendments Of European Parliament And Council Directive On Food Additives Other Than Colours And Sweetners Our Ref: FLE/70/3 11 February 1997
Amendments To European Parliament And Council Directive No 95/2/EC On Food Additives Other Than Colours And Sweeteners
Amendments of European Parliament and Council Directive No 95/2/EC on Food Additives other than Colours and Sweetners (Feb 97)
Biodiversity in Scotland - The Way Forward
Building (Scotland) Act 1959: Class Relaxation Direction Large Enclosed Shopping Centres
Building (Scotland) Act 1959: Class Relaxation Direction Small Enclosed Shopping Centres
Building Regulation Notes: Note 1/1999
Central Research Unit - An Assessment of Air Quality Monitoring in Scotland
Central Research Unit - Car Dependence in Rural Scotland: Challenges and Policies
Central Research Unit - City-Wide Urban Regeneration: Lessons From Good Practice
Central Research Unit - Climate Change: Scottish Implications Scoping Study
Central Research Unit - Contact and Complaint Handling by the Planning Service
Central Research Unit - Park and Ride in Scotland
Central Research Unit - Quality Assessment in Development Control
Central Research Unit - Review of Development Planning in Scotland
Central Research Unit - Review of Planning Enforcement
Central Research Unit - The Community Impact of Traffic Calming Schemes
Central Research Unit - Waste Reduction, Re-use and Recycling in the Scottish Islands
Central Research Unit - Why People Dont Drive Cars
Cost Effective Landscape: Learning from Nature - Landscape Design and Management Policy; A Roads, Bridges and Traffic in the Countryside Initiative
Design Guidance on Flood Damage to Dwellings
Development Department - Circular 1988/0013 (SO); Environmental Assessment: Implementation of EC Directive the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Regulations 1988
Development Department - Circular 1988/0026 (SO); Environmental Assessment of Projects in Simplified Planning Zones and Enterprise Zones
Development Department - Circular 97/025 (SO); Environmental Assessment and: i. Planning Enforcement Appeals; and ii. Permitted Development
Development Department - Memorandum of Guidance on Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas - New Edition 1998
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 37: Structure Planning
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 41: Development Plan Departures
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 50: Controlling the Environmental Effects of Surface Mineral Workings
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 51: Planning and Environmental Protection
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 54: Planning Enforcement
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 55: The Private Finance Initiative and Planning
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 61: Planning and Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 62: Radio Telecommunications
Development Department - Planning Advice Note 69: Planning and Building Standards Advice on Flooding
Draft Sweeteners In Food (Amendment) Regulations 1997
Drinking Water Quality in Scotland 1996
Drinking Water Quality in Scotland 1997
Environment Department - Circular 94/026 (SO); The Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1994
Environment Department - Planning Advice Note 39: Farm and Forestry Buildings
Environment Department - Planning Advice Note 42: Archaeology - The Planning Process and Scheduled Monument Procedures
Environment Department - Planning Advice Note 44: Fitting New Housing Development into the Landscape
Environment Department - Planning Advice Note 46: Planning for Crime Prevention
Environment Department - Planning Advice Note: 43: Golf Courses and Associated Developments
European Commission Proposal For A Regulation To Set Limits For Nitrate In Lettuce And Spinach
Food Advisory Comittee Review Of Functional Foods And Health Claims Agriculture, Environment And Fisheries Department
Forty-Eighth Report (1996) of the Scottish Standing Committee - Residual Values of Fertilizers and Feeding Stuffs
Good Practice In Rural Development: No. 7 Environment and Heritage in Rural Development
Good Practice in Rural Development No. 03: Preparing Local Rural Development Strategies: Frameworks for Action
Health Bulletin, Volume 55 No. 1
Mycotoxins - EC Permitted Levels
National Planning Policy Guideline NPPG 14 Natural Heritage
National Planning Policy Guideline NPPG 17 Transport and Planning
Planning Advice Note 56: Planning and Noise
Planning Advice Note 59: Improving Town Centres
Poor Housing and Ill Health - A Summary of Research Evidence
Proposal to amend EC Directive 89/398 on Foods for Particular Nutritional Uses
Public Attitudes Towards Wind Farms in Scotland
Review Of EC Vertical Food Composition Directives
Review of the Meat Products and Spreadable Fish Products (Scotland) Regulations 1984
SCIEH Weekly Report - Volume 31 No. 98/01
SCIEH Weekly Report Volume 31 No. 97/17
Small Buildings Guide (For Compliance with Part C of the Technical Standards) Revised 1994
Statistical Bulletin - Environment Series - Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey 1997
Technical Standards - For Compliance with the Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations 1990
Technical Standards - For Compliance with the Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations 1990, as amended by the Building Standards (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1993, The Building Standards (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1994, the Building Standards (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1996 and the Building (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 1997
The Contaminants In Food Regulations 1997
The Food Labelling Regulations 1996 Revision of the Guidance Notes - The Food (Lot Marking) Regulations 1996 Guidance Notes
The Pennington Group - Interim Report and Priority Recommendations
The Pennington Group Report on the circumstances leading to the 1996 outbreak of infection with the E.Coli 0157 in Central Scotland the implications for food safety and the lessons to be learned
Water Quality Survey of Scotland 1995

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