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Legislation, Policy and Guidance - In Force

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This section indicates plans and policies which are still in force. Policies which have been superseded can be found in the Archives section. Kindly note that from time to time, minor modifications are undertaken on local plans. These are being listed prior to the Local plans so that professional representatives and their clients would be aware of the changes.  Users of the website should also refer to the MAPSERVER to check whether there are any applications for minor modifications. These are usually indicated in a green colour. In the longer term, it is the intention of MEPA to have amendments to local plans geo-referenced to facilitate perusal.


Legislation & Policy Guidance
  
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Searched by Topic - Noise, Type - Legal Notices
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L.N. 193 of 2004 Environment Protection Act (CAP. 435) Assessment and Management of Environment Noise Regulations, 200423rd April, 2004 Published
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L.N. 64 of 2002 Product Safety Act (Act No. V of 2001) Noise Emission in the Environment by Equipment for Use Outdoors Regulations, 200212th March, 2002 Published
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