No.  647
JURORS ACT 1971
Pursuant to Section 11 of the Jurors Act 1971, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that copies of the Approved List will be available at the General Post Office and at all sub post offices for inspection by interested persons, free of charge, from Monday, 19th July 2010 to Friday, 13th August 2010 (both dates inclusive) each weekday from 8:30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.  
Any person who is aggrieved by the inclusion of his name in the Approved List and who claims to be exempt from or disqualified for jury service is invited to apply to the Registrar in the manner provided in Section 12 of the Jurors Act 1971.  
Every person whose name is included in the Approved List shall be liable to serve as a Juror, notwithstanding that he might have claimed exemption or disqualification, if he fails to make such claim by Friday, 27th August 2010.
DATED at Hamilton this  9  day of July 2010.  
REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT
NOTE:  Section 12 of the Jurors Act is set out below:-
12. (1)  If any person claims that owing to some disqualifications or exemption his name should not be included in the Approved List, he may within the period specified in the sub section (1) of Section 12, apply in writing to the Registrar to have his name struck off the Approved List.
(2) The Registrar shall as soon as may be, take each such application into consideration and within seven days after receiving the application - 
(a) in any case where he is satisfied that the applicant is disqualified or exempt from liability for jury service, shall strike off the applicant’s name accordingly; and
(b) in every case shall inform the applicant of his decision in the matter.
(3) If the Registrar refuses to comply with an application made under sub section (1), the applicant may within seven days next after the date on which the refusal of the Registrar is notified to him, apply by notice in writing to the Registrar, to a Judge in Chambers for declaration that his name ought not to be included in the Approved List and pending the making of an order the Judge under sub section (4), the name of the applicant shall be deemed not to be included in the Approved List.  
(4) A Judge in Chambers shall deal with any such application in a summary way and make such order in the matter as appears just and the Registrar shall govern himself accordingly. 
NO. 648
ACTING APPOINTMENT
Judicial Department
Magistracy
His Excellency The Governor, after consultation with the Chief Justice, has approved the appointment of Mrs. Justice Norma Wade-Miller, to act as Chief Justice for the period 17th July 2010 to 31st July 2010. 
Dated this 12th  day of  July  2010
 Signed
DEPUTY GOVERNOR
 NO. 649
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE OFFICER
Pursuant to the provisions of The Marriage Act 1944, the Minister of Energy, Telecommunications and E-Commerce, on the 1st July, 2010 licensed Pastor Cora Viola Gwendoline Wallace as a Marriage Officer, thereby enabling her to perform a marriage ceremony in Bermuda on July 17, 2010 only.
NO. 650
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 41(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 41(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the insurer(s) listed below, the Class 3A registration granted to the said insurer(s) under the Act:-
CIS LTD.
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Roderick Gray
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 6th day of July 2010
 NO. 651
THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR WAS GIVEN ON THE 7TH DAY OF JULY 2010 TO THE FOLLOWING:
Firearms Amendment Act 2010
NO. 652
ACTING APPOINTMENT
AUDITOR GENERAL
The Acting Governor is pleased to appoint Tracey Pitt, Assistant Auditor General, to act as the Auditor General for the period July 11, 2010 to July 18, 2010, inclusive.
David Arkley
Acting Governor
NO. 653
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT & SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION SERVICES
DIRECTOR 
Dr. Sarah Manuel, Conservation Officer-Marine, Department of Conservation Services, has been appointed to act as Director of Conservation Services for the period 15th-19st July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 654
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION SERVICES
DIRECTOR
Dr. Ian Walker, Principal Curator of Aquarium & Zoo, Department of Conservation Services, has been appointed to act as Director, Department of Conservation Services for the period 20th-31st July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 655
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF LAND VALUATION 
DIRECTOR 
Mrs. Diane Elliott, Assistant Director, Department of Land Valuation, has been appointed to act as Director of Land Valuation from 26th July 2010 to 6th August 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 No. 656
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF LABOUR, HOME AFFAIRS & HOUSING
Permanent Secretary
Mr. Vincent Hollinsid has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary for the period of  2 August 2010 – 6 August 2010, inclusive.
Kenneth Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 No. 657
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF LABOUR, HOME AFFAIRS & HOUSING
Permanent Secretary
Ms. Majiedah Rozy Azhar has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary for the period of 19 July 2010 – 23 July 2010, inclusive.
Kenneth Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO.658
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL 
PROTECTION
DIRECTOR
Dr. Jonathan Nisbett, Government Veterinarian Officer, Department of Environmental Protection, has been appointed to act as Director of Environmental Protection for the period 8th-23rd July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 659
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
PERMANENT SECRETARY
Mr. Robert Horton, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works & Engineering, has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of the Environment and Sports for 16th-24th July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 660
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS
DIRECTOR
Mr. Craig Burt, Parks Officer, Department of Parks has been appointed to act as Director, Department of Parks for the period 29th July 2010 to 6th August 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 661
Acquisition of Land
Notice is hereby given that PAULO JORGE DECOUTO CORREIA a Bermudian is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire a freehold interest in the property known as Acacia Unit #2 situate at 2 Acacia Lane and Cambridge Road in Sandys Parish, on behalf of his non-Bermudian wife NADIA KAREN BARREDA SOTOMAYOR CORREIA.N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 3rd of August, 2010.
 NO. 662
Acquisition of Land
Notice is hereby given that LAWRENCE JAMES CORREIA a Bermudian is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire a 0.302 of an acre of land together with a dwelling house thereon erected known as “Beltone”, situate at 68 Ord Road, Paget Parish, on behalf of his non-Bermudian wife JENNIFER ANN CORREIA.
N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 3rd August, 2010.
 NO. 663
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are at least forty (40) years of age and are of good character and conduct).
GRIFFITH, Carol, 47 Lemarc Estate, Spice Hill Road, Warwick WK 03
GRIFFITH, William, 47 Lemarc Estate, Spice Hill Road, Warwick WK 03
NEBLETT, Carl, 47 Middle Road, Paget PG 02
ROBSON, Adrian, 12 Whitney Avenue, Pembroke, HM13 
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 3rd August, 2010.
 NO: 664
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31B of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of ten (10) years immediately preceding application; are of good conduct and character; are at least eighteen(18) years of age; are either: a) the brother or sister of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; b) the natural parent of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; c) the son or daughter of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A and is above the upper limit of compulsory school age or d) the spouse of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A).
BARNETT, Percival, Apt.4 12 Railway Terrence, Pembroke HM  16
HERACLEOUS, Yannis Christakis George, 29 Watlington Lane, Devonshire DV 06
MORGAN, Ian Anthony, 61 Glebe Road, Pembroke 
HM 14
O’KELLY-LYNCH, Rory, 23A Lovers Lane, Paget PG 05
WALTERS, Marsha Elisa, 2 Orchard Grove, Pembroke HM 16
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 3rd August, 2010.
NO. 665
LISTING OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS 
REGISTERED
From Date: 7/7/2010     To Date:  7/13/2010.
Summary of Application Details
The applications shown below are available for review during normal working hours at the Department of Planning, 3rd Floor, Government Administration Building, 30 Parliament Street, Hamilton.
Any person wishing to object must do so within 14 days of the date of this publication (July 30, 2010).
Letters of objection should state any interest which the objector(s) may have in property nearby, supply an address at which notice may be served on the objector(s) and provide a concise statement of the grounds of objection.
For further information on the objection procedure see the Development and Planning (Applications Procedure) Rules 1997.
Application Application #
City of Hamilton
Lopes, Mr. Gilbert P0287/10
7 Park Road, City of Hamilton
Proposed Urban Art Component for Approved Development (to meet Conditions of Approval).
(Final)
Hamilton
Paynter Ruth P0288/10
10 Sandy Lane, Hamilton
Proposed New Swimming Pool, Pump Room, 
BELCO Room and Meter Room (Property 
Under Construction).
(Final)
Paget
Geoff Parker Architecture P0234/10
21 Seabright Avenue, Paget<
Retroactive Change of Use from Commercial 
Storage to Residential and Proposed Two 
Storey Addition to
Existing Residence.
(Final)
Madeiros, Mr. Edward P0293/10
25 Camden North Road, Paget
Proposed 2 Storey Additions of Porch, 
Bedroom, Basement and Garage.
(Final)
Pembroke
Ming, Mrs. Rochelle P0286/10
4 Hill Crescent, Pembroke
Proposed Internal Renovations and 2 Storey 
Addition including Master Bedroom, Bath 
and Closet, with Retaining Walls (Max 10ft), 
Parking Area, and Revised Access to Estate 
Road, New Stairs and Boundary Walls.
(Final)
Smiths
R&H Trust (Bermuda) Limited P0294/10
Lot #4 Pokiok Close, Smiths
Proposed New One Dwelling Unit.
(Final)
Southampton
Bremar, Ms. Karen P0290/10
Lot #8 Turtle Bay Lane, Southampton
Proposed Revision to Approved Plans Under Construction; Increasing Site Coverage and 
Floor Area, Add Retaining Wall (Max 7ft), 
Revise Shape of Swimming Pool and 
Retaining Wall, Stand by Generators and 
500 Gallon Propane Tanks with Associated Landscaping.
(Final)
A. Augustus & B. Claggett, Mr./Mrs. P0291/10
6 Frolic Lane, Southampton
Proposed New Vehicular Access, New 
Retaining Wall, Excavate Rock Cuts to 
Establish Right of Way
Access and New Drive Way and Parking.
(Final)
Bean, Mrs. L P0292/10
9 West Avenue, Southampton
Proposed Retroactive Application for 
Storage and Stairs.
(Final)
St. George's
Astwood, Mr. Voorhees P0289/10
5 Clarke's Hill, St. George's
Proposed Foreshore Stabilization by 
Construction of Walls, Capped and Grouted 
Boulders and Related
Grading and Landscaping of Coastal 
Reserve.
(Final)
BERMUDA
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS REGULATIONS 2010
BR  45/ 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Citation
2. Interpretations
3. Application for Registration
4. Documents in support
5. Entries in the register
6. Certificate of Registration
7. Additional particulars may be entered
8. Continuing professional education
9. Service of documents
10. Administering anti-glaucoma medication
11. Meetings of the Council
The Minister , in exercise of the power conferred by section 29 of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008, makes the following :
Citation
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Optometrists and Opticians Regulations 2010.
Interpretations
2. In these Regulations—
“Act ” means the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008.
Application for Registration
3. Applications by a person to be registered under the Act shall be made to the Permanent Secretary in Form A in the Schedule.
Documents in support
The following documents shall be forwarded by an applicant to the Permanent Secretary, with an application to be registered under the Act—
(a) the originals of all professional diplomas awarded to the applicant, or copies of the diplomas certified as true copies by or on behalf of the authorities by which the original diplomas were respectively awarded;
(b) in any case where the applicant is registered as an optometrist or optician in any country or place outside Bermuda, a certified copy of the proof of registration by the registering authority of that country;
(c) a certificate or testimonial of the character of the applicant given within the period of three months last preceding the date of the application by a person of standing and responsibility well acquainted with the applicant;
(d) a statement by the applicant of his experience in the practice of optometry up to the date of the application;
(e) a certificate or testimonial of the professional competence of the applicant in the practice of optometry given by an optometrist or optician of standing and responsibility well acquainted with the practice of the applicant.
Entries in the register
5. Where the name and professional qualifications of an applicant are to be entered in the register, there shall, together with such information, be entered the following—
(a) the residence of the applicant;
(b) the date of award of each professional qualification of the applicant;
(c) the date of the entry of the name and particulars of the applicant in the register.
Certificate of Registration
6. A certificate of registration shall be in Form B in the Schedule.
Additional particulars may be entered
7. An application by a registered person to have particulars of any other qualifications entered in the register shall be made to the Permanent Secretary in Form C in the Schedule.
Continuing professional education
8. (1) A registered optometrist shall complete 36 hours of approved continuing professional education in every period of three calendar years.
(2) A registered optometrist authorised to prescribe therapeutic pharmaceutical agents shall complete an additional 24 hours of approved continuing professional education in every period of three calendar years.
(3) A registered optician shall complete no less than 30 hours of approved continuing professional education in every period of three calendar years.
(4) Where a person was registered after January 1 in any calendar year, the period of three calendar years referred to in subsections (1), (2) and (3) shall be construed to meanthe balance of the calendar year in which the person was registered and be two calendar years immediately following that year.
Service of documents
9. Any application, notice or other document which is required or authorised under the Act to be made or given to, or served on, any person may be made, given or served—
(a) by delivering it by registered mail to that person;
(b) in the case of the Permanent Secretary or Council, by leaving it with, or sending it to the Chairman of the Council at the Ministry of Health; or
(c) in the case of any other person, by leaving it at, or sending it to their usual or last business address.
Administering anti-glaucoma medication
10. A registered optometrist shall consult with an ophthalmologist when providing treatment with anti-glaucoma medication if—
(a) the glaucoma progresses despite the use of two glaucoma medications;
(b) more than two medications are required to control the glaucoma; or
(c) secondary glaucoma develops.
Meetings of the Council
11. At any meeting of the Council three members present shall constitute a quorum, but for matters affecting opticians the member representing opticians must be present.
SCHEDULE
(regulation 3)
FORM A
Application for Registration
A—Application
I hereby make application for the entry of my name in the register of optometrists and opticians maintained by the Permanent Secretary responsible for Health under section 5 of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008; and do hereby declare that to the best of my information and belief the particulars hereunder are true.
Signature of Applicant
Dated this [blank] of [blank] 20 [blank]
B—Particulars to be furnished by Applicant
1 Surname
2 Full Christian names
3 Address (residential and professional)
4 Age
5 Nationality
6 Professional degrees, diplomas or other qualification (with dates of grant)
7 Appointments (hospital, teaching, governmental, military etc.) at present held
8 Overseas registration, with date, place and authority
9 Particulars (if any) of striking off or removal from any medical authority or of any
disciplinary action taken by the authority
10 Particulars (if any) of any conviction of any offence as a result of which a
sentence of imprisonment was imposed without the option of a fine
FORM B
Certificate of Registration
I certify that the name of [blank] was on the [blank] day of [blank] 20 [blank] entered in the register for optometrists and opticians kept and maintained by me in pursuance of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008.
Dated this [blank] of [blank] 20 [blank]
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Health
Bermuda.
FORM C
Application for Entry of Additional Qualification in Register
A—Application
I hereby make application under section 7 of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008 for the entry of the following additional qualifications granted since entry of my name in the register of optometrists and opticians maintained by the Permanent Secretary responsible for Health and I do hereby declare that, to the best of my information and belief, the particulars hereunder are true.
Dated this [blank] day of [blank] 20 [blank]
Signature of Applicant
B—Particulars
1 Surname
2 Full Christian names
3 Additional qualifications granted
4 Authority by which additional qualifications granted
5 Date on which additional qualifications granted
Made this 23rd day of , 2010
Minister of Health
BERMUDA
MOTOR VEHICLE IMPOUNDING REGULATIONS 2010
BR 46/2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Citation
2. Definitions
3. Designation of pound
4. Requirements for obtaining a permit
5. Right to make representations
6. Notice of decision
7. Conditions applicable to permit
8. Duration of permit
9. Renewal of permit
10. Surrender or revocation of permit
11. Permit not transferable
12. Inspections
13. Records
14. Disposal of motor vehicles
15. Confidentiality
16. Requirements applicable to towing vehicles
17. Requirements applicable to towing vehicle drivers
18. Authorization to tow motor vehicles
19. Charges for towing and impounding motor vehicles
The Minister responsible for Transport, in exercise of 
No.  647
JURORS ACT 1971
Pursuant to Section 11 of the Jurors Act 1971, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that copies of the Approved List will be available at the General Post Office and at all sub post offices for inspection by interested persons, free of charge, from Monday, 19th July 2010 to Friday, 13th August 2010 (both dates inclusive) each weekday from 8:30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.  
Any person who is aggrieved by the inclusion of his name in the Approved List and who claims to be exempt from or disqualified for jury service is invited to apply to the Registrar in the manner provided in Section 12 of the Jurors Act 1971.  
Every person whose name is included in the Approved List shall be liable to serve as a Juror, notwithstanding that he might have claimed exemption or disqualification, if he fails to make such claim by Friday, 27th August 2010.
DATED at Hamilton this  9  day of July 2010.  
REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT
NOTE:  Section 12 of the Jurors Act is set out below:-
12. (1)  If any person claims that owing to some disqualifications or exemption his name should not be included in the Approved List, he may within the period specified in the sub section (1) of Section 12, apply in writing to the Registrar to have his name struck off the Approved List.
(2) The Registrar shall as soon as may be, take each such application into consideration and within seven days after receiving the application - 
(a) in any case where he is satisfied that the applicant is disqualified or exempt from liability for jury service, shall strike off the applicant’s name accordingly; and
(b) in every case shall inform the applicant of his decision in the matter.
(3) If the Registrar refuses to comply with an application made under sub section (1), the applicant may within seven days next after the date on which the refusal of the Registrar is notified to him, apply by notice in writing to the Registrar, to a Judge in Chambers for declaration that his name ought not to be included in the Approved List and pending the making of an order the Judge under sub section (4), the name of the applicant shall be deemed not to be included in the Approved List. 
(4) A Judge in Chambers shall deal with any such application in a summary way and make such order in the matter as appears just and the Registrar shall govern himself accordingly. 
NO. 648
ACTING APPOINTMENT
Judicial Department
Magistracy
His Excellency The Governor, after consultation with the Chief Justice, has approved the appointment of Mrs. Justice Norma Wade-Miller, to act as Chief Justice for the period 17th July 2010 to 31st July 2010. 
Dated this 12th  day of  July  2010
 Signed
DEPUTY GOVERNOR
 NO. 649
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE OFFICER
Pursuant to the provisions of The Marriage Act 1944, the Minister of Energy, Telecommunications and E-Commerce, on the 1st July, 2010 licensed Pastor Cora Viola Gwendoline Wallace as a Marriage Officer, thereby enabling her to perform a marriage ceremony in Bermuda on July 17, 2010 only.
NO. 650
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 41(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 41(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the insurer(s) listed below, the Class 3A registration granted to the said insurer(s) under the Act:-
CIS LTD.
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Roderick Gray
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 6th day of July 2010
 NO. 651
THE ASSENT OF THE GOVERNOR WAS GIVEN ON THE 7TH DAY OF JULY 2010 TO THE FOLLOWING:
Firearms Amendment Act 2010
NO. 652
ACTING APPOINTMENT
AUDITOR GENERAL
The Acting Governor is pleased to appoint Tracey Pitt, Assistant Auditor General, to act as the Auditor General for the period July 11, 2010 to July 18, 2010, inclusive.
David Arkley
Acting Governor
NO. 653
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT & SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION SERVICES
DIRECTOR 
Dr. Sarah Manuel, Conservation Officer-Marine, Department of Conservation Services, has been appointed to act as Director of Conservation Services for the period 15th-19st July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 654
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION SERVICES
DIRECTOR
Dr. Ian Walker, Principal Curator of Aquarium & Zoo, Department of Conservation Services, has been appointed to act as Director, Department of Conservation Services for the period 20th-31st July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 655
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF LAND VALUATION 
DIRECTOR 
Mrs. Diane Elliott, Assistant Director, Department of Land Valuation, has been appointed to act as Director of Land Valuation from 26th July 2010 to 6th August 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 No. 656
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF LABOUR, HOME AFFAIRS & HOUSING
Permanent Secretary
Mr. Vincent Hollinsid has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary for the period of  2 August 2010 – 6 August 2010, inclusive.
Kenneth Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 No. 657
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF LABOUR, HOME AFFAIRS & HOUSING
Permanent Secretary
Ms. Majiedah Rozy Azhar has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary for the period of 19 July 2010 – 23 July 2010, inclusive.
Kenneth Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO.658
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL 
PROTECTION
DIRECTOR
Dr. Jonathan Nisbett, Government Veterinarian Officer, Department of Environmental Protection, has been appointed to act as Director of Environmental Protection for the period 8th-23rd July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 659
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
PERMANENT SECRETARY
Mr. Robert Horton, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works & Engineering, has been appointed to act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of the Environment and Sports for 16th-24th July 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 660
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS
DIRECTOR
Mr. Craig Burt, Parks Officer, Department of Parks has been appointed to act as Director, Department of Parks for the period 29th July 2010 to 6th August 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
 NO. 661
Acquisition of Land
Notice is hereby given that PAULO JORGE DECOUTO CORREIA a Bermudian is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire a freehold interest in the property known as Acacia Unit #2 situate at 2 Acacia Lane and Cambridge Road in Sandys Parish, on behalf of his non-Bermudian wife NADIA KAREN BARREDA SOTOMAYOR CORREIA.N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 3rd of August, 2010.
 NO. 662
Acquisition of Land
Notice is hereby given that LAWRENCE JAMES CORREIA a Bermudian is applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire a 0.302 of an acre of land together with a dwelling house thereon erected known as “Beltone”, situate at 68 Ord Road, Paget Parish, on behalf of his non-Bermudian wife JENNIFER ANN CORREIA.
N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 3rd August, 2010.
 NO. 663
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are at least forty (40) years of age and are of good character and conduct).
GRIFFITH, Carol, 47 Lemarc Estate, Spice Hill Road, Warwick WK 03
GRIFFITH, William, 47 Lemarc Estate, Spice Hill Road, Warwick WK 03
NEBLETT, Carl, 47 Middle Road, Paget PG 02
ROBSON, Adrian, 12 Whitney Avenue, Pembroke, HM13 
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 3rd August, 2010.
 NO: 664
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31B of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of ten (10) years immediately preceding application; are of good conduct and character; are at least eighteen(18) years of age; are either: a) the brother or sister of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; b) the natural parent of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; c) the son or daughter of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A and is above the upper limit of compulsory school age or d) the spouse of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A).
BARNETT, Percival, Apt.4 12 Railway Terrence, Pembroke HM  16
HERACLEOUS, Yannis Christakis George, 29 Watlington Lane, Devonshire DV 06
MORGAN, Ian Anthony, 61 Glebe Road, Pembroke 
HM 14
O’KELLY-LYNCH, Rory, 23A Lovers Lane, Paget PG 05
WALTERS, Marsha Elisa, 2 Orchard Grove, Pembroke HM 16
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 3rd August, 2010.
NO. 665
LISTING OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS 
REGISTERED
From Date: 7/7/2010     To Date:  7/13/2010.
Summary of Application Details
The applications shown below are available for review during normal working hours at the Department of Planning, 3rd Floor, Government Administration Building, 30 Parliament Street, Hamilton.
Any person wishing to object must do so within 14 days of the date of this publication (July 30, 2010).
Letters of objection should state any interest which the objector(s) may have in property nearby, supply an address at which notice may be served on the objector(s) and provide a concise statement of the grounds of objection.
For further information on the objection procedure see the Development and Planning (Applications Procedure) Rules 1997.
Application Application #
City of Hamilton
Lopes, Mr. Gilbert P0287/10
7 Park Road, City of Hamilton
Proposed Urban Art Component for Approved Development (to meet Conditions of Approval).
(Final)
Hamilton
Paynter Ruth P0288/10
10 Sandy Lane, Hamilton
Proposed New Swimming Pool, Pump Room, 
BELCO Room and Meter Room (Property 
Under Construction).
(Final)
Paget
Geoff Parker Architecture P0234/10
21 Seabright Avenue, Paget<
Retroactive Change of Use from Commercial 
Storage to Residential and Proposed Two 
Storey Addition to
Existing Residence.
(Final)
Madeiros, Mr. Edward P0293/10
25 Camden North Road, Paget
Proposed 2 Storey Additions of Porch, 
Bedroom, Basement and Garage.
(Final)
Pembroke
Ming, Mrs. Rochelle P0286/10
4 Hill Crescent, Pembroke
Proposed Internal Renovations and 2 Storey 
Addition including Master Bedroom, Bath 
and Closet, with Retaining Walls (Max 10ft), 
Parking Area, and Revised Access to Estate 
Road, New Stairs and Boundary Walls.
(Final)
Smiths
R&H Trust (Bermuda) Limited P0294/10
Lot #4 Pokiok Close, Smiths
Proposed New One Dwelling Unit.
(Final)
Southampton
Bremar, Ms. Karen P0290/10
Lot #8 Turtle Bay Lane, Southampton
Proposed Revision to Approved Plans Under Construction; Increasing Site Coverage and 
Floor Area, Add Retaining Wall (Max 7ft), 
Revise Shape of Swimming Pool and 
Retaining Wall, Stand by Generators and 
500 Gallon Propane Tanks with Associated Landscaping.
(Final)
A. Augustus & B. Claggett, Mr./Mrs. P0291/10
6 Frolic Lane, Southampton
Proposed New Vehicular Access, New 
Retaining Wall, Excavate Rock Cuts to 
Establish Right of Way
Access and New Drive Way and Parking.
(Final)
Bean, Mrs. L P0292/10
9 West Avenue, Southampton
Proposed Retroactive Application for 
Storage and Stairs.
(Final)
St. George's
Astwood, Mr. Voorhees P0289/10
5 Clarke's Hill, St. George's
Proposed Foreshore Stabilization by 
Construction of Walls, Capped and Grouted 
Boulders and Related
Grading and Landscaping of Coastal 
Reserve.
(Final)
BERMUDA
OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS REGULATIONS 2010
BR  45/ 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Citation
2. Interpretations
3. Application for Registration
4. Documents in support
5. Entries in the register
6. Certificate of Registration
7. Additional particulars may be entered
8. Continuing professional education
9. Service of documents
10. Administering anti-glaucoma medication
11. Meetings of the Council
The Minister , in exercise of the power conferred by section 29 of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008, makes the following :
Citation
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Optometrists and Opticians Regulations 2010.
Interpretations
2. In these Regulations—
“Act ” means the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008.
Application for Registration
3. Applications by a person to be registered under the Act shall be made to the Permanent Secretary in Form A in the Schedule.
Documents in support
The following documents shall be forwarded by an applicant to the Permanent Secretary, with an application to be registered under the Act—
(a) the originals of all professional diplomas awarded to the applicant, or copies of the diplomas certified as true copies by or on behalf of the authorities by which the original diplomas were respectively awarded;
(b) in any case where the applicant is registered as an optometrist or optician in any country or place outside Bermuda, a certified copy of the proof of registration by the registering authority of that country;
(c) a certificate or testimonial of the character of the applicant given within the period of three months last preceding the date of the application by a person of standing and responsibility well acquainted with the applicant;
(d) a statement by the applicant of his experience in the practice of optometry up to the date of the application;
(e) a certificate or testimonial of the professional competence of the applicant in the practice of optometry given by an optometrist or optician of standing and responsibility well acquainted with the practice of the applicant.
Entries in the register
5. Where the name and professional qualifications of an applicant are to be entered in the register, there shall, together with such information, be entered the following—
(a) the residence of the applicant;
(b) the date of award of each professional qualification of the applicant;
(c) the date of the entry of the name and particulars of the applicant in the register.
Certificate of Registration
6. A certificate of registration shall be in Form B in the Schedule.
Additional particulars may be entered
7. An application by a registered person to have particulars of any other qualifications entered in the register shall be made to the Permanent Secretary in Form C in the Schedule.
Continuing professional education
8. (1) A registered optometrist shall complete 36 hours of approved continuing professional education in every period of three calendar years.
(2) A registered optometrist authorised to prescribe therapeutic pharmaceutical agents shall complete an additional 24 hours of approved continuing professional education in every period of three calendar years.
(3) A registered optician shall complete no less than 30 hours of approved continuing professional education in every period of three calendar years.
(4) Where a person was registered after January 1 in any calendar year, the period of three calendar years referred to in subsections (1), (2) and (3) shall be construed to meanthe balance of the calendar year in which the person was registered and be two calendar years immediately following that year.
Service of documents
9. Any application, notice or other document which is required or authorised under the Act to be made or given to, or served on, any person may be made, given or served—
(a) by delivering it by registered mail to that person;
(b) in the case of the Permanent Secretary or Council, by leaving it with, or sending it to the Chairman of the Council at the Ministry of Health; or
(c) in the case of any other person, by leaving it at, or sending it to their usual or last business address.
Administering anti-glaucoma medication
10. A registered optometrist shall consult with an ophthalmologist when providing treatment with anti-glaucoma medication if—
(a) the glaucoma progresses despite the use of two glaucoma medications;
(b) more than two medications are required to control the glaucoma; or
(c) secondary glaucoma develops.
Meetings of the Council
11. At any meeting of the Council three members present shall constitute a quorum, but for matters affecting opticians the member representing opticians must be present.
SCHEDULE
(regulation 3)
FORM A
Application for Registration
A—Application
I hereby make application for the entry of my name in the register of optometrists and opticians maintained by the Permanent Secretary responsible for Health under section 5 of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008; and do hereby declare that to the best of my information and belief the particulars hereunder are true.
Signature of Applicant
Dated this [blank] of [blank] 20 [blank]
B—Particulars to be furnished by Applicant
1 Surname
2 Full Christian names
3 Address (residential and professional)
4 Age
5 Nationality
6 Professional degrees, diplomas or other qualification (with dates of grant)
7 Appointments (hospital, teaching, governmental, military etc.) at present held
8 Overseas registration, with date, place and authority
9 Particulars (if any) of striking off or removal from any medical authority or of any
disciplinary action taken by the authority
10 Particulars (if any) of any conviction of any offence as a result of which a
sentence of imprisonment was imposed without the option of a fine
FORM B
Certificate of Registration
I certify that the name of [blank] was on the [blank] day of [blank] 20 [blank] entered in the register for optometrists and opticians kept and maintained by me in pursuance of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008.
Dated this [blank] of [blank] 20 [blank]
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Health
Bermuda.
FORM C
Application for Entry of Additional Qualification in Register
A—Application
I hereby make application under section 7 of the Optometrists and Opticians Act 2008 for the entry of the following additional qualifications granted since entry of my name in the register of optometrists and opticians maintained by the Permanent Secretary responsible for Health and I do hereby declare that, to the best of my information and belief, the particulars hereunder are true.
Dated this [blank] day of [blank] 20 [blank]
Signature of Applicant
B—Particulars
1 Surname
2 Full Christian names
3 Additional qualifications granted
4 Authority by which additional qualifications granted
5 Date on which additional qualifications granted
Made this 23rd day of , 2010
Minister of Health
BERMUDA
MOTOR VEHICLE IMPOUNDING REGULATIONS 2010
BR 46/2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Citation
2. Definitions
3. Designation of pound
4. Requirements for obtaining a permit
5. Right to make representations
6. Notice of decision
7. Conditions applicable to permit
8. Duration of permit
9. Renewal of permit
10. Surrender or revocation of permit
11. Permit not transferable
12. Inspections
13. Records
14. Disposal of motor vehicles
15. Confidentiality
16. Requirements applicable to towing vehicles
17. Requirements applicable to towing vehicle drivers
18. Authorization to tow motor vehicles
19. Charges for towing and impounding motor vehicles
The Minister responsible for Transport, in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 102, 103 and 123I of the Motor Car Act 1951 (the “Act”), makes the following regulations:
Citation
1. These Regulations may be cited as the Motor Vehicle Impounding Regulations 2010.
Definitions
2. In these Regulations —
“operator” in relation to a pound means a person who is designated under section 123H of the Act as being authorized to act as the operator of the pound;
“towing vehicle” means a vehicle that is designed for towing motor vehicles;
“towing vehicle driver” means a person who is designated under section 123H of the Act as being authorized to tow motor vehicles.
Designation of pound
3. There is hereby designated as a pound any place in respect of which a permit to operate the place as a pound has been issued by the Minister under these Regulations:
Requirements for obtaining a permit
4. (1) A person who wishes to obtain a permit to operate a place as a pound shall make an application to the Minister in such form as may be determined by the Minister.
(2) An application for a permit for the operation of a place as a pound shall not be granted unless—
(a) the Department of Planning has approved the use of the place for the storage of motor vehicles;
(b) the Department of the Environment has con firmed that the operation of the place as a pound will not have a negative impact on the environ ment;
(c) the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service has con firmed that there is adequate and safe road access to the place and that the place would not interfere with access to other premises in the vicinity of the premises in the event of a fire or other hazardous occurrence;
(d) the place has the capacity to store at least 10 motor vehicles (excluding motor cycles and auxil iary bicycles) and 20 motor cycles or auxiliary bicycles;
(e) the place, by reason of its location or use, is not likely to cause risk or serious inconvenience to vehicular traffic on nearby roads; and 
(f) the access to the place—
(i) at its point of contact with any road, is more than 20 feet from any intersection or bus stop,
(ii) is at least 12 feet in width throughout its entire length, and
(iii) is constructed of concrete or other suit able material and properly graded where it joins any road or crosses a sidewalk.
Right to make representations
5. The Minister shall afford an applicant for a permit an opportunity to make representations with regard to the application for a permit.
Notice of decision
6. (1)The Minister shall give an applicant for a permit notice in writing of the Minister’s decision to grant or refuse the application for the permit.
(2)If the decision is to grant the application, the Minister shall issue the permit in a form determined by the Minister.
(3) If the decision is to refuse the application, the notice referred to in paragraph (1) shall set out the reasons for the refusal.
Conditions applicable to permit
7. A permit that is issued to an operator of a pound is subject to the following conditions—
(a)the operator shall take adequate measures to ensure the security of motor vehicles that are impounded at the pound, including provision of perimeter fencing, security cameras and an alarm system linked to a local security service provider;
(b)the operator shall have a towing vehicle that is capable of towing or transporting motor vehicles that have been seized to the pound;
(c) the operator shall ensure that the services of the pound for towing and impounding of motor vehicles are available at all hours throughout the year;
(d) the operator shall respond to requests for tow ing of a motor vehicle within one hour after receiving a request;
(e) the operator shall ensure that the pound is open for operations, and that there are personnel available at the pound, during the following hours for the purpose of dealing with requests for release of motor vehicles that have been impounded—
(i) Monday to Friday for at least 10 continuous hours between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. (excluding public holidays), and
(ii) Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.;
(f) the pound shall not be used for any purpose other than the impounding of motor vehicles, except with the prior written approval of the Minister;
(g) the operator shall, in accordance with regula tion 13, maintain records in respect of all motor vehicles that are towed to or impounded at the pound;
(h) the operator shall maintain valid insurance coverage against loss or damage to motor vehi cles that are towed to or impounded at the pound; and
(i) the operator shall display the permit in respect of the pound in a location at the pound that is easily visible to persons visiting the pound.
Duration of permit
8. Subject to regulation 10, a permit to operate a place as a pound is valid for a period of three years and upon expiry of that period the designation of the place as a pound under regulation 3 ceases to have effect, unless the permit is renewed under regulation 9.
Renewal of permit
9. A permit to operate a place as a pound may be renewed, upon application by the operator of the pound, for further periods of three years at a time if—
(a) the requirements of regulation 4 continue to be met at the time of the application; and
(b) the operator is not in breach of the conditions set out in regulation 7.
Surrender or revocation of permit
10. (1)An operator of a pound may surrender the permit to operate the pound at any time upon giving three months notice in writing to the Minister.
(2) The Minister may revoke a permit to operate a pound at anytime if the operator has breached any of the conditions set out in regulation 7 or if the pound is no longer being
used for the impounding of motor vehicles.
(3) When a permit is surrendered or revoked, the designation of the place as a pound under regulation 3 ceases to have effect.
Permit not transferable
11. A permit for the operation of a place as a pound is not transferable.
Inspections
12. (1)The Minister, any officer of the Department or any person authorized by the Minister may at all reasonable times enter—
(a) a place that is the subject of a permit application for the purpose of inspecting the place in order to determine whether it meets the requirements of these Regulations for the issue of a permit; and
(b) a pound for the purpose of inspecting the pound in order to determine whether the requirements of these Regulations in respect of the pound are being complied with.
(2) The operator of a pound shall—
(a) give a person who carries out an inspec tion of the pound all reasonable assistance to carry out the inspection; and
(b) provide that person with any informa tion relating to the operation of the pound that the person may reasonably require.
Records
13. (1) The operator of a pound shall maintain records regarding every motor vehicle that is towed to or impounded at the pound. The records shall contain the following particulars for each motor vehicle—
(a) the time and date when the motor vehicle was brought to the pound and the place from which it was brought;
(b) the name of the person who brought the motor vehicle to the pound;
(c) a list of any property found in the motor vehicle when it was brought to the pound;
(d) the name and address of the owner of the motor vehicle;
(e) the licence plate number of the motor vehi cle or, where there is no plate, the Vehicle Identification Number;
(f) the model, style and colour of the motor vehicle;
(g) the time and date of release of the motor vehicle;
(h) the name and driver’s licence number of the person to whom the motor vehicle is released;
(i) a copy of the certificate of release issued by the Minister in respect of the motor vehicle;
(j) photographs of the motor vehicle at the time it was brought to the pound and at the time it was released;
(k) details of charges made by the operator of a pound in respect of the impounding of the motor vehicle and, where applicable, in respect of the towing of the motor vehicle; and
(l) where the motor vehicle has not been released, details of the manner of disposal of the motor vehicle.
(2) The operator of a pound shall maintain the records referred to in subsection (1) for a period of not less than two years in respect of each motor vehicle that is brought to the pound.
(3) Records shall be made available for inspection at any reasonable time, upon request by any person who carries out an inspection under regulation 12.
(4) A person who carries out an inspection may take copies of records and for that purpose may use any copying equipment at a pound free of charge.
(5) The operator of a pound shall deliver the records or a copy of the records to the Department when the permit in respect of the pound expires, is surrendered or is revoked.
Disposal of motor vehicles
14. The operator of a pound shall not dispose of any motor vehicle without the prior written approval of the Department.
Confidentiality
15. The operator of a pound shall not disclose any confidential information that is provided by the Department or the Bermuda Police Service to the operator except with the consent of the Department or the Bermuda Police Service, as the case may be.
Requirements applicable to towing vehicles
16. A towing vehicle shall be—
(a) of a type approved by the Department for the purpose of towing motor vehicles; 
(b) licensed and insured; and
(c) maintained in good working order and in roadworthy condition.
Requirements applicable to towing vehicle drivers
17. A towing vehicle driver shall—
(a) have a valid driver’s licence for the towing vehicle and any motor vehicle that is being towed; and
(b) have insurance against loss or damage to motor vehicles that are towed by the towing vehicle.
Authorization to tow motor vehicles
18. A motor vehicle that has been seized by a police officer under section 123B of the Act shall not be towed unless the towing is authorized by a police officer.
Charges for towing and impounding motor vehicles
19. The following are the charges that are payable in respect of the towing and impoundment of motor vehicles—
Towing
Motor vehicles (other than motor cycles and auxiliary bicycles) - the regular charge for towing such motor vehicles, not exceeding $130
Motor cycles and auxiliary bicycles - the regular charge for towing or transporting such motor cycles or auxiliary bicycles, not exceeding $90
Impoundment
Motor vehicles (other than motor cycles and auxiliary bicycles) - $20 per day or part of a day
Motor cycles and auxiliary bicycles - $10 per day or part of a day.
Made this 8th day of July, 2010
Acting Minister of Transport