Agenda item

Thames Gateway Waste To Energy Ltd, Plot 2, London Sustainable Industries Park North, Clove Street, Dagenham- 18/01501/FUL

Minutes:

The Senior Development Management Officer (SDMO) introduced a report concerning Thames Gateway Waste To Energy Ltd, Plot 2, London Sustainable Industries Park North, Clove Street, Dagenham. This application sought a variation of conditions 2, 3, 20 and 21 to the planning permission granted in 2014 for: “Erection of a building (8,925m2 internal area) incorporating 55 metre- high stack and associated plant to be used as an energy generation facility to generate electricity from residual waste along with car parking, boundary treatment and landscaping”. This Section 73 application sought to increase the waste throughput capacity by 11% (from 180,000 tonnes to 200,000 tonnes per year).

 

Pre-commencement conditions had been discharged and the planning permission has been implemented. Construction works to date include the approved foundation and drainage infrastructure.

 

The development fell within Schedule 1 of the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017 and was therefore accompanied with an updated Environmental Statement (ES). The application site was located within the London Sustainable Industries Park (LSIP), Dagenham Dock and forms part of the Green Enterprise District which focussed on high technology ‘green’ environmental businesses.

 

Renewable energy was generated in this facility through the processing of commercial and industrial waste that is non-recyclable. This Section 73 application seeks to increase the throughput of waste for two reasons:

 

1.  Significant improvement to the energy efficiency of the combustion process which will result in a higher level of energy output for export:from 19.6 Mega Watts (MW) to 33.6 MW.

2.  The process will significantly reduce the input of natural gas required – by around 50%. It has been identified that certain calorific value wastes (‘alternative waste feedstock’) will be used.

 

As a result, the increase of 20,000 tonnes of waste per annum will be used as follows:

 

a.  Up to 15,000 tonnes for alternative waste feedstock;

b.  Up to 5,000 tonnes to form part of the standard throughput to reflect the increase in size of the plant.

 

The benefits included reducing the amount of waste that would otherwise go to landfill and the generation of renewable energy for export into the grid. This application was of strategic importance and would contribute to the vision of a more sustainable circular economy where resources were not wasted but re-purposed and re-used in the form of energy.

 

The facility would operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and would generate around 11 additional jobs (66 full time in total, roughly 52 of these will be production based and 14 office based).

 

The proposed increase of waste throughput for this development would satisfy a number of the Borough’s and London Plan strategic objectives and policies: Strategic ObjectivesSO6, SO8, SO9, SO12, Policies CM1, CR1, CR3, CR4 and CC3 of the Core Strategy; Policies BR1, BR2, BR4, BR5, BR9, BR10, BR11, BR13, BR14, BR15 and BP8 of the Borough Wide Development Plan; and Policies 2.17, 4.4, 4.10, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.8, 5.12, 5.13, 5.16, 5.17, 5.21, 6.3, 6.9, 6.10, 6.13, 7.14 and 7.15 of the London Plan.

 

The SDMO advised that the application also sought a change in site layout. The current site was overgrown following piling works being undertaken. During the consultations there were three 3 individual objectors on grounds of noise, pollution, odours, congestion and safety issues.The Environmental Health Officer (EHO) initially had some reservations around the methodology used to assess the air quality and noise impacts but following detailed assessment of the air quality and noise reports and further clarifications from the applicant, the EHO did not have any objections to the scheme as it complied with relevant air quality and noise standards. The SDMO added that the Section 73 application would not create any significant additional vehicle movements, however in relation to existing issues with traffic and air quality at the Goresbrook Junction, the cumulative impact would need to be mitigated and improved in the future. Section 106 monies had been secured to undertake a feasibility study in this respect.

 

The SDMO added that in terms of biodiversity, the Section 73 application was acceptable and that it had been designed to ensure that any risks from flooding were minimised and acceptable.

 

Members enquired how close the proposed development will be to residents at Barking Riverside and it was stated that it was approximately 280 metres.

 

Members were worried about air quality and toxicity in relation to people and biodiversity in the area and they wanted further assurance on air quality. Mark Shinners, the applicant, was invited to address the Committee in response. He confirmed that the proposed development was a gasification process rather than incineration (a process that converts organic or fossil fuel-based carbonaceous materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen and carbon dioxide) and the applicant required 10% extra waste tonnage. He advised that in terms of air quality, this was addressed by regulations which were required to be met and tested through an Environmental Permit and if the regulations were not adhered to, the plant would be shut down. Mr Shinners added that this application would allow for an extra 20K tonnes of waste creating greater renewable energy and create 66 new jobs lasting 25 years. By handling more waste, this would allow for 70% increase in output and would be more efficient. Mr Shinners also stated that there was a long-term benefit of cheap electricity and reduction of waste going to landfill. He confirmed that the applicant was paying £15k under a section 106 agreement for a feasibility study to improve the Goresbrook Interchange Junction, in addition to the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and other Section 106 contributions as part of the original planning permission.

 

The Senior Development Management Officer (SDMO) introduced a report concerning Thames Gateway Waste To Energy Ltd, Plot 2, London Sustainable Industries Park North, Clove Street, Dagenham. This application sought a variation of conditions 2, 3, 20 and 21 to the planning permission granted in 2014 for: “Erection of a building (8,925m2 internal area) incorporating 55 metre- high stack and associated plant to be used as an energy generation facility to generate electricity from residual waste along with car parking, boundary treatment and landscaping”. This Section 73 application sought to increase the waste throughput capacity by 11% (from 180,000 tonnes to 200,000 tonnes per year).

 

Pre-commencement conditions had been discharged and the planning permission has been implemented. Construction works to date include the approved foundation and drainage infrastructure.

 

The development fell within Schedule 1 of the Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017 and was therefore accompanied with an updated Environmental Statement (ES). The application site was located within the London Sustainable Industries Park (LSIP), Dagenham Dock and forms part of the Green Enterprise District which focussed on high technology ‘green’ environmental businesses.

 

Renewable energy was generated in this facility through the processing of commercial and industrial waste that is non-recyclable. This Section 73 application seeks to increase the throughput of waste for two reasons:

 

1.  Significant improvement to the energy efficiency of the combustion process which will result in a higher level of energy output for export:from 19.6 Mega Watts (MW) to 33.6 MW.

2.  The process will significantly reduce the input of natural gas required – by around 50%. It has been identified that certain calorific value wastes (‘alternative waste feedstock’) will be used.

 

As a result, the increase of 20,000 tonnes of waste per annum will be used as follows:

 

a.  Up to 15,000 tonnes for alternative waste feedstock;

b.  Up to 5,000 tonnes to form part of the standard throughput to reflect the increase in size of the plant.

 

The benefits included reducing the amount of waste that would otherwise go to landfill and the generation of renewable energy for export into the grid. This application was of strategic importance and would contribute to the vision of a more sustainable circular economy where resources were not wasted but re-purposed and re-used in the form of energy.

 

The facility would operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and would generate around 11 additional jobs (66 full time in total, roughly 52 of these will be production based and 14 office based).

 

The proposed increase of waste throughput for this development would satisfy a number of the Borough’s and London Plan strategic objectives and policies: Strategic ObjectivesSO6, SO8, SO9, SO12, Policies CM1, CR1, CR3, CR4 and CC3 of the Core Strategy; Policies BR1, BR2, BR4, BR5, BR9, BR10, BR11, BR13, BR14, BR15 and BP8 of the Borough Wide Development Plan; and Policies 2.17, 4.4, 4.10, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.8, 5.12, 5.13, 5.16, 5.17, 5.21, 6.3, 6.9, 6.10, 6.13, 7.14 and 7.15 of the London Plan.

 

The SDMO advised that the application also sought a change in site layout. The current site was overgrown following piling works being undertaken. During the consultations there were three 3 individual objectors on grounds of noise, pollution, odours, congestion and safety issues.The Environmental Health Officer (EHO) initially had some reservations around the methodology used to assess the air quality and noise impacts but following detailed assessment of the air quality and noise reports and further clarifications from the applicant, the EHO did not have any objections to the scheme as it complied with relevant air quality and noise standards. The SDMO added that the Section 73 application would not create any significant additional vehicle movements, however in relation to existing issues with traffic and air quality at the Goresbrook Junction, the cumulative impact would need to be mitigated and improved in the future. Section 106 monies had been secured to undertake a feasibility study in this respect.

 

The SDMO added that in terms of biodiversity, the Section 73 application was acceptable and that it had been designed to ensure that any risks from flooding were minimised and acceptable.

 

Members enquired how close the proposed development will be to residents at Barking Riverside and it was stated that it was approximately 280 metres.

 

Members were worried about air quality and toxicity in relation to people and biodiversity in the area and they wanted further assurance on air quality. Mark Shinners, the applicant, was invited to address the Committee in response. He confirmed that the proposed development was a gasification process rather than incineration (a process that converts organic or fossil fuel-based carbonaceous materials into carbon monoxide, hydrogen and carbon dioxide) and the applicant required 10% extra waste tonnage. He advised that in terms of air quality, this was addressed by regulations which were required to be met and tested through an Environmental Permit and if the regulations were not adhered to, the plant would be shut down. Mr Shinners added that this application would allow for an extra 20K tonnes of waste creating greater renewable energy and create 66 new jobs lasting 25 years. By handling more waste, this would allow for 70% increase in output and would be more efficient. Mr Shinners also stated that there was a long-term benefit of cheap electricity and reduction of waste going to landfill. He confirmed that the applicant was paying £15k under a section 106 agreement for a feasibility study to improve the Goresbrook Interchange Junction, in addition to the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) and other Section 106 contributions as part of the original planning permission.

 

Members were particularly concerned to ensure that the Goresbrook Interchange Junction needed to be improved as part of this application.

 

The Committee granted planning permission subject to conditions and the completion of a Deed of Variation to the agreement under Section 106 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 to incorporate a financial contribution of £15,000 (index linked) for a feasibility study to improve the Goresbrook Interchange Junction.

 

Conditions:

 

1. Time Limit

 

The development permitted on 5 November 2014 under permission 13/01134/FUL was implemented before the expiration of three years from the date of the 13/01134/FUL permission.

 

Reason: To comply with Section 91 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by Section 51 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004).

 

2. Approved Drawings

 

The development hereby permitted shall be carried out in accordance with the following approved plans:

 

CPMG 20-002 Rev 001 16/12/13

CPMG 7487-20-111 Rev P01 07/08/2018

CPMG 7487-70-001 Rev - 16/12/13

CPMG 7487-70-002 Rev - 16/12/13

CPMG 7487-70-011 Rev 02 04/09/2018

CPMG 7487-70-103 Rev P05 23/07/2018

CPMG 7487-70-104 Rev P03 23/07/2018

CPMG 7487-70-105 Rev P03 06/08/2018

CPMG 7487-70-110 Rev 3 06/08/2018

CPMG 7487-73-101-P03

CPMG 7487-73-102-P03 07/08/2018

Millward MA9580-P1 09/08/2018

Millward MA9580-P2 08/2018

Millward MA9580-P3 08/2018

Millward MA9580-P4 09/08/2018

Millward MA9580-P5 09/08/2018

Millward MA9580-P6 09/08/2018

Millward MA9580-P7 09/08/2018

Millward MA9580-P8 09/08/2018

Millward MA9580-P9 09/08/2018

Millward MA10911-200 Rev - 06/09/2018

Millward MA10911-201 Rev - 06/09/2018

TGP-LP-01 Rev C 08/2018

CPW-18065-E-EXT-SITE-XX-01 Rev P1

CPWP 180635-E-EXT-SITE-XX-01 Rev P1 08/2018

CPWP 180635-E-EXT-SITE-XX-02 Rev P1 08/2018

CS 040_A54 Rev D 16/08/2018

 

Reason:  For the avoidance of doubt and in the interests of proper planning.

 

3. Maximum Annual Throughput

 

The development hereby permitted shall not exceed a total annual throughput of200,000 tonnes per annum. The applicant shall keep such records as may be required to permit the Local Planning Authority to determine compliance or otherwise with this condition. Those records shall be made available to the Local Planning Authority on request.

 

Reason: To accord with the submitted scheme and ensure that all planning related impacts are adequately considered.

 

4. External Materials

 

No development shall take place following the piling stage until full details, including samples, specifications and annotated plans of all external materials and plant have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The development shall only be implemented in accordance with the approved details.

 

Reason: To ensure a satisfactory standard of external appearance, in accordance with Policy CP3 of the Core Strategy (July 2010) and Policy BP11 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

5. Open Storage

 

No open storage shall be permitted on site unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure a satisfactory standard of external appearance, in accordance with Policy CP3 of the Core Strategy (July 2010) and Policy BP11 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

6. Travel Plan (Implementation)

 

The development hereby permitted shall only be occupied in accordance with the Travel Plan prepared by Thames Gateway Waste to Energy Ltd (March 2014). The approved Travel Plan shall be implemented and monitored in accordance with the approved scheme.

 

Reason: In order to encourage the use of sustainable transport and in accordance with policy BR10 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

7. BREEAM Rating

 

The development hereby permitted shall achieve as a minimum a BREEAM 'Excellent' rating. A certificated BREEAM Post Construction Review, or other verification process agreed with the Local Planning Authority, shall be provided, confirming that the agreed standards have been met.

 

Reason: To ensure that the proposed development is constructed in an environmentally sustainable manner and in accordance with Policy BR1 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

8. Noise and Vibration

 

No development shall take place until a scheme to control noise and vibration emanating from the completed development has been submitted to and approved in writing and implemented to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To protect the amenity of adjoining occupiers, in accordance with Policy BP8 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

9. Noise Level

 

The rating level of the noise from the combined operation of plant installed pursuant to this permission shall not exceed the existing background noise level at the outside of noise sensitive buildings. Any assessment of compliance with this condition shall be made according to the methodology and procedures presented in BS4142:2014.

 

Reason: To protect the amenity of adjoining occupiers, in accordance with Policy BP8 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

10. Nitrogen Dioxide Limit

 

The development shall achieve a daily average nitrogen dioxide (NO2) limit of no greater than 150 mg/Nm3 at the conditions set out in the Industrial Emissions Directive Annex VI Part 3. The applicant shall keep such records as may be required to permit the Local Planning Authority to determine compliance or otherwise with this condition. Those records shall be made available to the Local Planning Authority on request.

 

Reason: To protect the amenity and air quality of existing and future residents and neighbours, in accordance with Policy BP8 and BR14 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

 

11. Odour Mitigation

 

In the event that complaints regarding smell/odour are received by the Local Planning Authority during construction or once the development is operational, from any sensitive receptor, and thereafter notified to the operator, an immediate assessment of the complaint shall be undertaken. A report on the findings, with proposals for removing, reducing or mitigating identified adverse effects resulting from the operation, and a programme for the implementation of remedial measures to be undertaken shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority no later than 5 working days from the receipt of the complaint, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To protect the amenity and air quality of existing and future residents and neighbours, in accordance with Policy BP8 and BR14 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

 

12. Hydrogeological Risk Assessment

 

Development shall take place in accordance with the Hydrogeological Risk Assessment (Rev B) prepared by Enzygo and dated June 2014, as approved under planning permission 14/01252/CDN. Minor amendments may be agreed in writing from time to time by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure that risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that the development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, neighbours and other offsite receptors in accordance with Policies BR4 and BR5 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

13. Contamination Verification Report

 

No occupation of each phase of development shall take place until a verification report demonstrating completion of works set out in the approved remediation strategy and the effectiveness of the remediation shall be submitted to and approved, in writing, by the local planning authority. The report shall include results of sampling and monitoring carried out in accordance with the approved verification plan to demonstrate that the site remediation criteria have been met. It shall also include any plan (a "long-term monitoring and maintenance plan") for longer-term monitoring of pollutant linkages, maintenance and arrangements for contingency action, as identified in the verification plan. The long-term monitoring and maintenance plan shall be implemented as approved.

 

Reason: To ensure that risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that the development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, neighbours and other offsite receptors in accordance with Policies BR4 and BR5 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

14. Soft Landscaping Cover Soil

 

All areas of soft landscaping are to be provided with 300mm clean cover soil as a barrier. The screening criteria for a commercial use presented in Page 33 of the Geo environmental report, CRM.035.006.R.002.B, dated October 2013, are to be used as minimum soil acceptance criteria.

 

Reason: To ensure that risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that the development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, neighbours and other offsite receptors in accordance with Policies BR4 and BR5 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

15. Unexpected Contamination

 

In the event that contamination is found at any time when carrying out the approved development that was not previously identified it must be reported in writing immediately to the Local Planning Authority. An investigation and risk assessment must be undertaken and where remediation is necessary a remediation scheme must be prepared and implemented to the satisfaction of the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure that risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that the development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, neighbours and other offsite receptors in accordance with Policies BR4 and BR5 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

16. Piling Risk Assessment

 

Development shall take place in accordance with the Risk Assessment for Piling Works prepared by Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering and with reference 33741, as approved under planning permission 15/00002/CDN. Minor amendments may be agreed in writing from time to time by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To protect the quality of the water environment and to accord with Policy BR4 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

17. Surface Water Infiltration

 

No infiltration of surface water drainage into the ground is permitted other than with the express written consent of the Local Planning Authority, which may be given for those parts of the site where it has been demonstrated that there is no resultant unacceptable risk to controlled waters. The development shall be carried out in accordance with the approved details.

 

Reason: To protect the quality of the water environment in accordance with Policy BR4 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

18. Construction Environmental Management Plan

 

Development shall take place in accordance with the Construction Environmental Management Plan prepared by Volker Fitzpatrick and with reference C11579 – TWG2E, as approved under planning permission 14/01253/CDN. Minor amendments may be agreed in writing from time to time by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: In the interest of pollution and residential amenity, in accordance with Policy BP8 of the Borough Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

19. Soft Landscaping (Implementation)

 

The soft landscaping plan TGP-LP-01-Rev C prepared by Design with Nature dated August 2018, hereby approved shall be implemented in the first planting season following first occupation. Any plants or trees required as part of the implementation of the condition that die or are removed, damaged or diseased within a period of FIVE years from the completion of the development shall be replaced in the next planting season with others of a similar size and species unless the Local Planning Authority gives written consent for a variation.

 

Reason: In the interest of design quality, public safety and biodiversity, in accordance with Policy CP3 of the Core Strategy (July 2010) and Policy BR3 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

20. Hard Landscaping (Implementation)

 

The hard landscaping plan TGP-LP-01-Rev C prepared by Design with Natureshall be implemented in accordance with the approved details and thereafter permanently maintained. All external lighting shall be designed to prevent light spill into the Goresbrook.

 

Reason: In the interest of design quality, amenity, walking, accessibility, public safety and biodiversity, in accordance with Policy CP3 of the Core Strategy (July 2010) and Policy BR3 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

21. Car Parking (Implementation)

 

The car parking areas indicated on drawing CPMG 7487-70-103 Rev P05 shall be constructed and marked out prior to the occupation of the development, and thereafter retained permanently for the accommodation of vehicles of employees and visitors to the premises and not used for any other purpose.

 

Reason: To ensure that sufficient car parking areas are provided and not to prejudice the free flow of traffic or conditions of general safety along the adjoining highway in accordance with Policies BR9 and BR11 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

22. Electric Vehicle Charging Points

 

The development hereby permitted shall not be occupied until details of the electric vehicle charging points and passive provision have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The scheme shall ensure that at least 20% of all spaces are for electric vehicles with an additional 10% passive provision (as defined in the London Plan March 2016) for future use. The scheme shall be implemented in accordance with the approved details, prior to the occupation of the development, and permanently retained thereafter.

 

Reason: In order to encourage the use of electric cars as a sustainable mode of transport, in accordance with Policy BR10 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011) and Policy 6.13 in the London Plan.

 

23. Cycle Parking Details

 

The development hereby permitted shall not be occupied until full details of cycle parking, including its external appearance, location and the means of secure storage proposed, have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The cycle parking shall be provided prior to the occupation of the development, and shall be retained thereafter, and used for no other purpose.

 

Reason: In order to encourage the use of cycling as a sustainable mode of transport, in accordance with Policy BR10 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

24. Deliveries and Servicing Plan

 

The development hereby permitted shall not be occupied until a Deliveries and Servicing Plan has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The Plan shall be designed to minimise deliveries and export of materials within the times of peak traffic congestion on the local road network. The Plan shall be implemented in accordance with the approved details and thereafter maintained.

 

Reason: In order to minimise the impact of the development on the free flow of traffic on the local highway network during peak periods and in the interests of highway safety and in accordance with Policy BR10 of the Borough Wide Development Policies DPD (March 2011).

 

25. Construction Vehicle Circulation

 

Development shall take place in accordance with the details of vehicle circulation as set out in the statement prepared by Amberley Consulting Ltd and on drawings ‘TGW2E – 01 Traffic Management’ and ‘TGW2E – 02 Traffic Management Proposal’, as approved under planning permission 14/01253/CDN. Minor amendments may be agreed in writing from time to time by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure the maintenance and operation of High Speed 1 is not prejudiced.

 

26. Buried Services

 

Development shall take place in accordance with the measures to identify and protect High Speed 1 and/or UK Power Networks buried services as set out in the statement prepared by Amberley Consulting Ltd and on drawings 0812-VOL-5952 Sheet 1 of 5, Sheet 2 of 5, Sheet 3 of 5, Sheet 4 of 5 and Sheet 5 of 5 prepared by Surveys, as approved under planning application 14/01253/CDN. Minor amendments may be agreed in writing from time to time by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure the maintenance and operation of High Speed 1 is not prejudiced.

 

27. Risk Assessment to HS1 Transformer

 

Development shall take place in accordance with the risk assessment of the impact of the development on the High Speed 1 isolating transformer statement prepared by Amberley Consulting Ltd, as approved under planning permission 14/01253/CDN. Minor amendments may be agreed in writing from time to time by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure the maintenance and operation of High Speed 1 is not prejudiced.

 

28. Assessment of Electromagnetic Compatibility

 

No development above ground shall take place until an assessment of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) for the occupation of the site has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority in consultation with High Speed 1. The assessment shall ensure that the design is compatible with EMC regulations.

 

Reason: To ensure the maintenance and operation of High Speed 1 is not prejudiced.

 

 

 

 

29. Drainage Layout

 

Development shall take place in accordance with the drainage details prepared by Millward and dated 17 April 2015 and with references MA9580-200 F and MA9580-201 F, as approved under planning permission 15/00555/CDN. Minor amendments may be agreed in writing from time to time by the Local Planning Authority.

 

Reason: To ensure the maintenance and operation of High Speed 1 is not prejudiced.

 

30. Hazardous Materials Storage

 

No development above ground shall take place until details of the materials and arrangements for the storage of combustible gases or hazardous materials for the operation phase of the development within 200m of High Speed 1 infrastructure have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority in consultation with High Speed 1. No such materials shall be introduced to the site without the prior approval of the Local Planning Authority in consultation with High Speed 1.

 

Reason: To ensure the maintenance and operation of High Speed 1 is not prejudiced.


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