Amended documents submitted to planners for proposed waste transfer station

  |  Published: Apr 19th 2015
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FCC Environment has submitted amended documents to Buckinghamshire County Council in response to questions and comments received during the planning process for the proposed Waste Transfer Station at London Road East, Amersham,

Rachel Jones, Planning and Enforcement Team Leader at the County Council, said: “The submission of amended documents has been made in response to questions and comments from statutory consultees, members of the public and the planning authority, which in this case is the County Council.

 “There will now be a further public consultation period of 21 days, during which time, these amended documents can be reviewed and further comments made, prior to determination by the Planning Development Control Committee.”

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For clarification, the County Council said it will continue to accept comments on the amended documents until 7th May to ensure everyone has sufficient time to make their views known.

The amended documents can be viewed on Buckinghamshire County Council’s website at the link below:

 http://publicaccess.buckscc.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=NB0PG4DS02P00

 Anyone who wishes to make representations about the amended documents in particular, may do so online, by email (dcplanning@buckscc.gov.uk) or by post quoting reference number CM/59/14. There is no need to re-submit comments already made, as these have already been logged and are being considered as part of the determination of the application.

 It is anticipated that the application will be presented to the Development Control Committee at a meeting on Wednesday 27th May 2015, at which public speaking is permitted.

 If you wish to speak, you must register by 10am on Friday 22nd May 2015, by contacting Democratic Services (01296 383603 or email publicspeaking@buckscc.gov.uk).

To register online and for more information about speaking at committee, including who is entitled to speak and how long they can speak for, please see the link below:

http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/bcc/development_control/how_to_have_your_say.page?

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