Determination of the need for Strategic Environmental Assessment
The Earls Barton Neighbourhood Plan has been formally determined in relation to the Need for Strategic Environmental Assessment under Regulation 9 of the Environmental Assessment of Plans and Programmes Regulations 2004 on 8 June 2015.
It is determined that the Earls Barton Neighbourhood Plan is unlikely to have significant environmental effects.
The determination has taken into account regulation 9 (2) (a) by considering the criteria specified in Schedule 1 to the above regulations and 9 (2) (b) which relates to the consultation bodies of Natural England, the Environment Agency and English Heritage and has taken into account their responses in this determination. In accordance with regulation 9 (3) given that the determination is unlikely to have significant environmental effects (and accordingly, does not require an environmental assessment), a statement of reasons for the determination has been prepared. This determination has been sent to the statutory consultees in accordance with regulation 11 to the above regulations.
Notification of publicity of further information to the Earls Barton Neighbourhood Plan: Formal Determination of the need for Strategic Environmental Assessment.
The Examiner of the Earls Barton Neighbourhood Plan has requested that the following additional information is made available for consultation.
- Formal Determination of the need for Strategic Environmental Assessment: dated 8 June 2015
Where can the further information be inspected?
Details of the further information and downloadable copies of the relevant documents can be found in the links above.
If required, hard copies of the documents listed above are available from the Borough Council of Wellingborough. A postal charge may apply. Otherwise, copies of the plan can be viewed or collected in person from BCW’s main reception throughout the publicity period.
How and by when must you make representations?
Representations can either be sent via email or by hard copy to:
Maxine Simmons Principal Policy and Regeneration Manager Borough Council of Wellingborough Swanspool House Doddington Road Wellingborough Northamptonshire, NN8 1BP
This further information is being made available for publicity for a minimum period of six weeks. To ensure that you have adequate time in which to respond, submissions will be accepted until 5pm on Friday 24 July 2015. All responses will then be forwarded to the plan’s examiner. In the interests of fairness to all respondents no late submissions will be accepted