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Rules about structures in the coastal marine area

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Rules about structures in the coastal marine area

Updated 3 July 2015 12:41pm
  • Rule 6 Maintenance, repair, replacement, extensions, additions and alterations to structures
  • Rule 7 Removal or demolition of structures
  • Rule 8 Temporary structures
  • Rule 9 Navigation aids for shipping
  • Rule 10 Activities in or on structures
  • Rule 11 Occupation by structures of land of the Crown or any related part of the coastal marine area
  • Rule 12 Cargo and passenger handling equipment
  • Rule 13 Maintenance, repair, replacement, extensions, additions and alterations to structures
  • Rule 14 Removal or demolition of structures
  • Rule 15 Placement of swing moorings
  • Rule 16 Occupation by structures of land of the Crown or any related part of the coastal marine area
  • Rule 17 Structures which impound or effectively contain the coastal marine area
  • Rule 18 Structures more or less parallel to mean high water springs
  • Rule 19 Structures oblique or perpendicular to mean high water springs
  • Rule 20 Structures used in the petroleum and chemical industry
  • Rule 21 Structures which impound or effectively contain the coastal marine area in Areas of Significant Conservation Value
  • Rule 22 Structures more or less parallel to mean high water springs in Areas of Significant Conservation Value
  • Rule 23 Structures oblique or perpendicular to mean high water springs in Areas of Significant Conservation Value
  • Rule 24 Structures used in the petroleum and chemical industry in Areas of Significant Conservation Value
  • Rule 25 All remaining activities involving the use and development of structures outside any Area of Significant Conservation value
  • Rule 26 All remaining activities involving the use and development of structures in Areas of Significant Conservation Value
  • Rule 27 The use of any boat shed for residential purposes and non-water based activities which do not require a coastal location