Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) gives notice that the area of land extending to 0.76 hectares or thereby which was part of Skolie Burn SSSI at Addiewell, West Calder, in the West Lothian Council area is no longer part of a site of special scientific interest (SSSI) with effect from 01 November 2019. SNH has notified the relevant interested parties.
You can view the denotification letter and map using the link at the foot of this notice.
If you have any queries about this partial denotification please contact Michael Thornton at our Edinburgh office at Silvan House (3rd Floor East), 231 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh EH12 7AT or phone 0131 3162600.
The denotified land at Skolie Burn SSSI is at OS grid reference NS98816224 (298810, 662240).
For more detailed information about Skolie Burn SSSI go to https://sitelink.nature.scot/site/1440 .
You can find out more about sites of special scientific interest at https://www.nature.scot/professional-advice/safeguarding-protected-areas-and-species/protected-areas/national-designations/sites-special-scientific-interest .
For more detailed information about Scotland's protected places for nature go to https://nature.scot/professional-advice/safeguarding-protected-areas-and-species/protected-areas .
Nature Conservation (Scotland) Act 2004