Erskine Bridge tolls Act 2001.
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Erskine Bridge tolls Act 2001.

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Published by Stationery Office in Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Erskine Bridge.,
  • Bridges -- Scotland.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Series2001 asp -- 12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21439631M
ISBN 100105900222
OCLC/WorldCa50746089

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Erskine Bridge Tolls Act or the Erskine Bridge Tolls Act require to be retained for the future operation of the bridge. The operation of the road (and accordingly the bridge carrying it) are covered by the regime set out in the Roads (Scotland) Act , in the same way. This document relates to the Erskine Bridge Tolls Bill (SP Bill 33) as introduced in the Scottish Parliament on 4 September SP Bill 33–EN 3 Session 1 () 9. Section 17(1) of the Erskine Bridge Tolls Act requires Ministers to prepare an annual statement of accounts and to lay it before Parliament. This has been done for every year. The Erskine Bridge was first opened to traffic on 2 July The power to levy tolls at the Bridge is set out in section 1 of the Erskine Bridge Tolls Act (hereafter referred to as “the Act”). Under section 4(1) of the Act tolling was to cease 20 years after the Bridge opened. 5 (1) The power to levy tolls conferred by section 1(1) of the Erskine Bridge Tolls Act (c.4) (“the Act”) is to be regarded as having been and as being exercisable, during the period of five years beginning on 2 July , as if an order had been made (and had.

4. The Bill seeks to reinstate the position which existed prior to 2 July , in accordance with the provisions of the Erskine Bridge Toll Order (SI /) and other regulations. The Order, made under section 2 of the Act, determines what vehicles should pay tolls and when, and sets the level of tolls to be charged. ACT No. VIII OF [4 th July, ] An Act for enabling Government to levy Tolls on Public Roads and Bridges. Preamble. WHEREAS it is expedient to enable Government to levy tolls upon roads and bridges; It is enacted as follows: -- 1. [Repeal of Acts] Rep. by the Repealing Act, (XIV of . An Act for enabling Government to levy tolls on public roads and bridges in the Presidency of Bombay. Preamble. Whereas tolls have been levied in the Presidency of Bombay in accordance with [Act XV of ] since the thirtieth day of July, , but doubts have arisen whether the said Act has been formally extended to the said Presidency; and whereas it is expedient to remove the said doubts. redundant legislation in relation to tolls on the Erskine B ridge. CONSULTATION As noted, the removal of tolls on the Forth and Tay Road Bridges is a manifesto commitment. The issue of bridge tolls was debated in the Parliament on 1 March , 30 March , 8 .

Erskine Bridge Tolls Act (asp 12) The whole Act. Section 69(3)(b) and the word “and” immediately preceding it. The whole Act. 4 Abolition of Bridge Tolls (Scotland) Bill Schedule 2—Repeals and revocations Part 2—Revocations PART 2 REVOCATIONS Enactment Extent of revocation 5 10   The toll regime on the Erskine bridge therefore remains unchanged. It is appropriate to examine the timetable of events that led to the failure to extend the tolling order from 2 July; it is important that I put that in front of the Parliament today. The Erskine Bridge Tolls Act set the initial tolling power of 20 years from July Erskine Bridge Tolls Act (asp 12) The whole Act. The whole Act. 20 PART 2 REVOCATIONS Enactment Extent of revocation 25 30 The Erskine Bridge Regulations (S.I. No. ) The Erskine Bridge Tolls Order (S.I. No. ) The Tay Road Bridge (Revision of Tolls) Order The Forth Estuary Transport Authority Order (S.S.I.   The power to levy tolls at the bridge was originally set out in the Erskine Bridge Tolls Act , which set the initial tolling period of 20 years from July It also enabled the Secretary of State for Scotland—and now, under devolution, Scottish ministers—to extend .