SCHEDULE 2 PART 1 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE) ORDER 1995Notice ID:
SCHEDULE 2 PART 1 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURE) ORDER 1995 NOTICE UNDER ARTICLE 6 OF APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION
Proposed development at: Site running from the proposed Gateway Energy Centre substation, The Manorway, Coryton, to the existing National Grid Coryton South substation.
I give notice that Gateway Energy Centre Limited is applying to the Thurrock Council for the development of a high voltage electrical connection comprising an underground and possibly part culverted double circuit 400kV cable system linking the approved Gateway Energy Centre electrical switchyard/s to the existing National Grid Coryton South Substation, together with an extension to the Substation installation of electrical equipment (including a 400kV rotating centre post disconnector, 400kV surge arrestors, 400kV air insulated switchgear/gas insulated switchgear bushings, 400kV gas insulated switchgear circuit breaker, 400kV gas insulated switchgear cable sealing ends) associated development (including transitional bay, marker posts/plates), access track works and associated development.
Any owner* of the land or tenant** who wishes to make representations about this application should write to the Council at:
Matthew Gallagher Planning Development Officer –
Major Projects (Planning)
Thurrock Council CO2 2nd Floor
Civic Offices New Road Grays RM17 6SL
by 2 January 2013
* “owner” means a person having a freehold interest or a leasehold interest the unexpired term of which is not less than seven years, or, in the case of development consisting of the winning or working of minerals, a person entitled to an interest in a mineral in the land (other than oil, gas, coal, gold or silver).
** “tenant” means a tenant of an agricultural holding any part of which is comprised in the land.
Signed Dalton Warner Davis On behalf of : GATEWAY ENERGY CENTRE LIMITED
Date 28 November 2012 Statement of owners’ rights The grant of planning permission does not affect owners’ rights to retain or dispose of their property, unless there is some provision to the contrary in an agreement or in a lease. Statement of agricultural tenants’ rights
The grant of planning permission for non-agricultural development may affect agricultural tenants’ security of tenure.