The following is a list of proposed statutory instruments and the effect of each which are being prepared in, or under the auspices of my Department: designation of the 49 integrated area plans approved by the Minister for the Environment and Local Government under the 1999 urban renewal scheme for tax reliefs; an extension to the qualifying period to 31 December 1998 for the tax reliefs in respect of the East Point enterprise area; designation of Knock Airport enterprise area for tax relief; Civil Service spouses' and children's contributory pension scheme: to give statutory effect to revisions to the scheme which were introduced following agreed recommendations under the scheme of conciliation and arbitration for the Civil Service. The revised scheme provides pension benefits for the spouse of a member of the scheme who marries after retirement and for all children of the member, and raises the age limit for eligible children in full time education to age 22; spouses' and children's contributory pension scheme for members of the Judiciary: to give statutory effect to revisions to the scheme which were introduced in 1998. The revised scheme provides pension benefits for the spouse of a member of the scheme who marries after retirement and for all children of the member; a pension scheme, under the British-Irish Agreement Act, 1999, for the staff of the implementation bodies is being prepared by the Department of Finance and Personnel, Northern Ireland), and my Department; voluntary early retirement scheme: to give statutory effect to certain voluntary redundancy/early retirement arrangements in the Civil Service; professional added years: to give statutory effect to arrangements which provide for certain additions to service for established civil servants appointed to professional, technical or specialist posts; purchase of service: to give statutory effect to purchase of service schemes for civil servants; superannuation scheme for established civil servants: to provide for consolidation of the principal superannuation arrangements for established civil servants into a single scheme; prison officers: to give statutory effect to revised early retirement arrangements for certain grades of prison officer which were introduced following an agreed recommendation under the scheme of conciliation and arbitration for the Civil Service; trans fer of service: to give statutory effect to transfer of service arrangements within the public sector; pensions increases: to give statutory effect to pension increases which have been awarded to civil servants; pension arrangements for MEPs: to give statutory effect to certain revisions to the scheme; draft regulations to bring 17 bodies within the remit of the Freedom of Information Act on 21 October 2000. The bodies concerned are in the social services, voluntary health, environment and regulatory sectors. Further extensions of the Act are planned for 2001; four draft orders are being prepared under the Economic and Monetary Union Act, 1998. The proposed effect of these orders is to withdraw legal tender status from Irish pound notes and coins and to call in the coins from midnight on 9 February 2002, to commence the provisions enabling the issue (through the Central Bank) of euro coins from 1 January 2002, and to specify the design of the national face of such coins; Double Taxation Relief (Taxes on Income) (Adjustment of Profits of Associated Enterprises) (Republic of Austria, Republic of Finland and Kingdom of Sweden) Order. This order will implement the convention on the accession of the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Finland and the Kingdom of Sweden to the convention on the elimination of double taxation in connection with the adjustment of profits of associated enterprises (the Arbitration Convention).