Public NoticeNotice ID: MF0235734
WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
Publicity for Applications for Planning Permission Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015 Notice under Article 15(3) or Article 16 of Application for Planning Permission accompanied by an Environmental Statement Wildlife And Countryside Act 1981 Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 The Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Regulations 1990
kyyyApplication Ref: 09/000085/CM Applicant: Cemex UK Materials Limited
Proposal: Extraction of Sand and Gravel with subsequent Restoration of Land to Agriculture Use and Woodland
Location: Land Adjacent To Strensham Water Treatment Works, Mill Lane, Upper Strensham, Worcestershire
I give notice that CEMEX UK Materials Limited is applying to Worcestershire County Council for planning permission for the above proposal. The application is accompanied by an Environmental Statement. The development would affect Public Rights of Way and may affect the setting of Listed Buildings. The applicant is seeking planning permission to extract approximately 430,000 tonnes of sand and gravel with the subsequent restoration of the land to agricultural use and woodland at Land adjacent to Strensham Water Treatment Works, Mill Lane, Upper Strensham, Worcestershire. It is proposed that the sand and gravel, once extracted, would be transported by HGV via a proposed new access direct onto the M5/M50 Motorway Interchange to the applicant's existing Ryall House Farm Quarry for processing and onward sale via theA38.
Worcestershire County Council consulted on the above application for planning permission in February 2010 and again in June 2011 following the submission of additional information in respect of the Environmental Statement. This application received a holding objection from the then Highways Agency (now Highways England) directing that planning permission is not granted for an indefinite period of time.Theapplicanthastriedtoovercomeobjectionsfrom Highways England,but to date has been unsuccessful. In June 2017 the applicant contacted the County Planning Authority to ask them to determine the application. The County Planning Authority is now consulting upon the planning application with a view to determine the application in due course.
Members of the public may inspect copies of the application, the plans, the Environmental Statement, the Non-Technical Summary and other documents submitted with the application at: Wychavon District Council, Civic Centre, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Pershore, WR10 1PT; County Hall, Spetchley Road, Worcester WR5 2NP and online at www.worcestershire.gov.uk/planningapplications during office hours until 28 September 2017. Members of the public may obtain copies of the Environmental Statement and the Planning Application Statement from Mr.S.Denny, CEMEX UK Operations Limited, Wolverhampton Road, Oldbury, Warley, West Midlands, B69 4RJ (Tel: 0121 569 7459 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) so long as stocks last at a charge of £100 for paper copies. A paper copy of the Non-Technical Summaryis also available free ofcharge.
Anyone who wishes to make representations about this application should write to the Council, either online using the link above or by email/post to the address below. The period for making representations about this proposal ends on 28 September 2017. Please state whether you would wish to address the Planning & Regulatory Committee if given the opportunity. Details of all correspondence regarding any Planning Application will be made available for inspection by the applicant and any interested third parties.
NIGEL HUDSON, Head ofStrategic, Infrastructure and Economy, Economic Development & Planning, Directorate of Economy and Infrastructure, Worcestershire County Council, County Hall, SpetchleyRoad,
Worcester WR5 2NP
email@example.com 7 September 2017