Examples of the 1995 Act in a sentence
It is a requirement considered by Parliament to be so important that the failure to have an operator licence and to operate goods vehicles is a criminal offence (section 2 of the 1995 Act).
The need for EIA must similarly be considered when applications are determined for the periodic review of conditions under Schedule 14 to the 1995 Act.
These are applications for mineral conditions reviews made under the 1991 Act and the 1995 Act (collectively called “ROMP applications” in the 2000 Regulations).
That licence falls to be revoked in terms of section 26 of the 1995 Act.
However, High Court judgements in 1999 (R v North Yorkshire County Council ex parte (1) Brown and (2) Cartwright (1999) and R v Peak District National Park ex parte Bleaklow Industries Ltd 1999) held that the imposition of conditions by mpas in accordance with the provisions of Schedule 2 to the 1991 Act and Schedule 13 to the 1995 Act were “development consent” under the EIA Directive.