In a democracy you can have a voice by voting, but you have to register. It's the same with the National Infrastructure Planning process - you can have a voice, but you have to register. During the summer of 2019 there will be an 'Examination' held by the government's Planning Inspectorate. It's like a public... Continue Reading →
Cleve Hill Solar Park developers overwhelmed by feedback and fail to meet their own application deadline. Application now not expected until 31 October 2018
The Phase Two consultation events are now on. You can view the full suite of consultation materials on the detailed proposals for Cleve Hill Solar Park. It's your chance to have your say. The events are happening now - from Wednesday 13th to Saturday 16th June.
Tucked away on the the Planning Inspectorate's website is a useful document which provides advice for the local community about the 'pre-application' consultation. This is the stage we're at right now, so this could come in handy... The six page PDF explains: what the pre-application stage means the status of this consultation the things that... Continue Reading →
The 'Phase Two formal consultation' information is now available on the developer's website. Phase Two runs from 31 May until 13th July, and this is the last chance to comment on the 'work in progress' before the application itself is submitted in about mid-August.
No news from the developers so we've updated the website's countdowns. Estimated date for public phase 2 consultations: 26th May 2018 and submission of the actual application: 15th September 2018.
Fresh on the doormat this morning - the Community Project Update leaflet has arrived, along with a letter from Hugh Brennan. The eight page A5 glossy leaflet reminds us about the community consultation events that happened in December. It extols the potential benefits of the project. It analyses the feedback, including analysing how informative the... Continue Reading →