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Part 2

 

Regulated poisons

 

Name of substance and Chemical Abstracts Service

Concentration limit

 
 

Registry number (CAS RN)

(weight in weight)

 
 

Aluminium phosphide (CAS RN 20859-73-8)

 
    
 

Arsenic (CAS RN 7440-38-2); its compounds, other

 
 

than those listed in Part 4 of this Schedule

  
    
 

Barium (CAS RN 7440-39-3), salts of, other than

 
 

barium sulphate (CAS RN 7727-43-7) and the salts

  
 

of barium listed in Part 4 of this Schedule)

  
    
 

Bromomethane (CAS RN 74-83-9)

 
    
 

Chloropicrin (CAS RN 76-06-2)

 
    
 

Fluoroacetic acid (CAS RN 144-49-0); its salts;

 
 

fluoroacetamide

  
    
 

Hydrogen cyanide (CAS RN 74-90-8); metal

 
 

cyanides, other than ferrocyanides and ferricyanides

  
    
 

Lead acetates (CAS RN 15347-57-6); compounds

 
 

of lead with acids from fixed oils

  
    
 

Magnesium phosphide (CAS RN 12057-74-8)

 
    
 

Mercury (CAS RN 7439-97-6), compounds of, the

 
 

following—

  
 

nitrates of mercury; oxides of mercury; mercuric

  
 

cyanide oxides; mercuric thio cyanate; ammonium

  
 

mercuric chlorides; potassium mercuric iodides;

  
 

organic compounds of mercury that contain a

  
 

methyl (CH3) group directly linked to the mercury

  
 

atom

  
    
 

Oxalic acid (CAS RN 144-62-7)

10% w/w

 
    
 

Phenols (phenol; phenolic isomers of the

60% w/w of phenols

 
 

following—cresols, xylenols, monoethylphenols);

or, for compounds of

 
 

compounds of phenols with a metal

phenols with a metal,

 
  

the equivalent of 60%

 
  

w/w of phenols

 
    
 

Phosphorus, yellow (CAS RN 7223-14-0)

 
    
 

Strychnine (CAS RN 57-24-9); its salts; its

 
 

quaternary compounds

  
    
 

Thallium (CAS RN 7440-28-0), salts of

 
    

 
 

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Part 3

 

Reportable explosives precursors

 

    

Hexamine (CAS RN 100-97-0)

 

    

 

    

Sulphuric acid (CAS RN 7664-93-9)

 

    

 

    

Acetone (CAS RN 67-64-1)

 

    

 

    

Potassium nitrate (CAS RN 7757-79-1)

 

    

 

    

Sodium nitrate (CAS RN 7631-99-4)

 

    

 

    

Calcium nitrate (CAS RN 10124-37-5)

 

    

 

    

Calcium ammonium nitrate (CAS RN 15245-12-2)

 

    

 

    

Ammonium nitrate (CAS RN 6484-52-2) in concentration of 16% by

 

weight of nitrogen in relation to ammonium nitrate or higher


 
 

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Part 4

 

Reportable poisons

 

Name of substance and Chemical Abstracts Service

Concentration limit

 
 

Registry number (CAS RN)

(weight in weight or,

 
  

where specified, total

 
  

caustic alkalinity)

 
 

Aldicarb (CAS RN 116-06-3)

 
    
 

Alpha-chloralose (CAS RN 15879-93-3)

 
    
 

Ammonia (CAS RN 7664-41-7 and CAS RN 1336-

10% w/w

 
 

21-6)

  
 

Arsenic, compounds of, the following—calcium

 
 

arsenites; copper acetoarsenite; copper arsenates;

  
 

copper arsenites; lead arsenates

  
    
 

Barium, salts of, the following—barium carbonate;

 
 

barium silicofluoride

  
    
 

Carbofuran (CAS RN 1563-66-2)

 
    
 

Cycloheximide (CAS RN 66-81-9)

 
    
    
 

Dinitrocresols (DNOC) (CAS RN 534-52-1); their

 
 

compounds with a metal or a base

  
    
 

Dinoseb (CAS RN 88-85-7); its compounds with a

 
 

metal or a base

  
    
 

Dinoterb (CAS RN 1420-07-1)

 
    
 

Drazoxolon; its salts

 
    
 

Endosulfan (CAS RN 115-29-7)

 
    
 

Endothal (CAS RN 145-73-3); its salts

 
    
 

Endrin (CAS RN 72-20-8)

 
    
 

Fentin (CAS RN 668-34-8), compounds of

 
    
 

Formaldehyde (CAS RN 50-00-0)

5% w/w

 
    
 

Formic acid (CAS RN 64-18-6)

25% w/w

 
    
 

Hydrochloric acid (CAS RN 7647-01-0)

10% w/w

 
    
 

Hydrofluoric acid (CAS RN 7664-39-3); alkali

 
 

metal bifluorides; ammonium bifluoride (CAS RN

  
 

1341-49-7); alkali metal fluorides; ammonium

  
 

fluoride (CAS RN 12125-01-8); sodium

  
 

silicofluoride (CAS RN 16893-85-9)

  
    
 

Mercuric chloride (CAS RN 7487-94-7); mercuric

 
 

iodide; organic compounds of mercury except

  
 

compounds that contain a methyl (CH3) group

  
 

directly linked to the mercury atom

  
    
 

Metallic oxalates

 
    
 

Methomyl (CAS RN 16752-77-5)

 
    
 

Nicotine (CAS RN 54-11-5); its salts; its quaternary

 
 

compounds

  
    
 

Nitrobenzene (CAS RN 98-95-3)

0.1% w/w

 
    
 

Oxamyl (CAS RN 23135-22-0)

 
    
 

Paraquat (CAS RN 4685-14-7), salts of

 
    
 

Phenols (as defined in Part 2 of this Schedule) in

 
 

substances containing no more than 60%, weight in

  
 

weight, of phenols; compounds of phenols with a

  
 

metal in substances containing no more than the

  
 

equivalent of 60%, weight in weight, of phenols

  
    
 

Phosphoric acid (CAS RN 7664-38-2)

 
    
 

Phosphorus compounds, the following—azinphos-

 
 

methyl, chlorfenvinphos, demephion, demeton-S-

  
 

methyl, demeton-S-methyl sulphone, dialifos,

  
 

dichlorvos, dioxathion, disulfoton, fonofos,

  
 

mecarbam, mephosfolan, methidathion, mevinphos,

  
 

omethoate, oxydemeton-methyl, parathion,

  
 

phenkapton, phorate, phosphamidon, pirimiphos-

  
 

ethyl, quinalphos, thiometon, thionazin, triazophos,

  
 

vamidothion

  
    
 

Potassium hydroxide (CAS RN 1310-58-3)

17% of total caustic

 
  

alkalinity

 
    
 

Sodium hydroxide (CAS RN 1310-73-2)

12% of total caustic

 
  

alkalinity

 
    
 

Sodium nitrite

 
    
 

Thiofanox (CAS RN 39196-18-4)

 
    
 

Zinc phosphide (CAS RN 1314-84-7)

 
    

 
 

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Note: for circumstances where requirements of this Act do not apply to a

 

specified substance or mixture, see regulations made under section 9B.”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

See the explanatory statement for new clause NC24..

 

Tom Brake

 

Oliver Heald

 

79

 

Clause  30,  page  24,  line  14,  leave out from “State” to end of line 17 and insert “in

 

relation to England may include a requirement that applies only where a planning

 

authority makes compliance with the requirement a condition of a grant of planning

 

permission.”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

Clause 30 confers power on the Secretary of State in making building regulations to include

 

requirements (referred to in the clause as “optional requirements”) that apply only where a local

 

planning authority decides they should apply. The amendment means that such a requirement will

 

apply only where a planning authority make compliance with it a condition of a grant of planning

 

permission. See also amendment 82 which inserts a definition of “planning authority”.

 

Tom Brake

 

Oliver Heald

 

80

 

Clause  30,  page  24,  line  25,  leave out from ‘‘before’’ to end of line 26 and insert “a


 
 

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planning authority may make compliance with an optional requirement a condition of the

 

grant of planning permission.”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

This amendment is consequential on new clause NC24.

 

Tom Brake

 

Oliver Heald

 

81

 

Clause  30,  page  24,  line  27,  leave out “local”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

This amendment is consequential on new clause NC24.

 

Tom Brake

 

Oliver Heald

 

82

 

Clause  30,  page  24,  leave out lines 40 to 42 and insert—

 

“ “planning authority” means—

 

(c)    

a local planning authority within the meaning of that Act (see

 

section 336(1));

 

(d)    

the Secretary of State (in the exercise of functions of granting

 

planning permission);”

 

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

This amendment defines “planning authority” so as to include both a local planning authority (as

 

defined by section 336(1) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990) and the Secretary of State.

 

This ensures that, where the Secretary of State is exercising functions in relation to the grant of

 

planning permission, he can provide for an optional requirement to apply.

 

Tom Brake

 

Oliver Heald

 

83

 

Clause  30,  page  24,  line  42,  at end insert—

 

“ “planning permission” has the same meaning as in that Act (see section

 

336(1)).”

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

This amendment is consequential on new clause NC24. It defines “planning permission” as having

 

the same meaning as in the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

 

Tom Brake

 

Oliver Heald

 

NC25

 

To move the following Clause—

 

“Civil penalties for parking contraventions: enforcement

 

(1)    

Part 6 of the Traffic Management Act 2004 (civil enforcement of traffic

 

contraventions) is amended as follows.

 

(2)    

After section 78 (notification of penalty charge) insert—

 

“78A  

Notification of penalty charge: parking contraventions in England

 

(1)    

Regulations under section 78 must include provision requiring

 

notification of a penalty charge to be given by a notice affixed to the

 

vehicle where the charge is in respect of a parking contravention on a

 

road in a civil enforcement area in England.


 
 

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(2)    

The regulations may, however, provide that the requirement does not

 

apply in circumstances specified in the regulations (which may be framed

 

by reference to the type of contravention, the circumstances in which a

 

contravention occurs or in any other way) and, where the regulations so

 

provide, they may make any such alternative provision for notification as

 

is authorised by section 78.”

 

(3)    

After section 87 insert—

 

“87A  

Power to prohibit use of devices etc:parking contraventions in

 

England

 

(1)    

The Secretary of State may by regulations make provision to prohibit the

 

use by civil enforcement officers of a device of a description specified in

 

the regulations, or of records produced by such a device, in connection

 

with the enforcement of parking contraventions on a road in a civil

 

enforcement area in England.

 

(2)    

The prohibition may be—

 

(a)    

general, or

 

(b)    

limited to particular uses specified in the regulations.

 

(3)    

The regulations may provide that a general or limited prohibition does

 

not apply in circumstances specified in the regulations (which may be

 

framed by reference to the type of contravention, the circumstances in

 

which a contravention occurs or in any other way).

 

(4)    

Regulations under this section may amend this Part or any provision

 

made under it.””

 

Member’s explanatory statement

 

This new clause deals with the enforcement of parking contraventions in England under Part 6 of

 

the Traffic Management Act 2004. It provides that, subject to certain exceptions, regulations under

 

section 78 must provide for notification of a penalty charge to be given by a notice affixed to the

 

vehicle (which means that a civil enforcement officer must be present to affix the notice). It also

 

confers a power which would enable regulations to be made to restrict the use of CCTV or other

 

devices in parking enforcement.

 


 
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