Representations received regarding Coed Darcy STOR

The list below includes all those who submitted representations.

SourceRepresentation - click on an item to see more details
Members of the Public/Businesses
The Coal Authority
"I have checked the site location plan (Drawing No. 9000 Revision A) against our coal mining information and can confirm that, whilst the proposed development site falls within the coalfield, it is located outside the defined Development High Risk Area meaning that there are no recorded coal mining legacy hazards at shallow depth that could pose a risk to land stability. Accordingly, there is no requirement for the applicant to submit a Coal Mining Risk Assessment, or equivalent, in support of a planning application for the redevelopment of this site. Although the development proposed is outside of the defined Development High Risk Area as the site lies within an area where coal mining activity has taken place it is requested that the following wording is included as an Informative Note on any planning permission granted: The proposed development lies within a coal mining area which may contain unrecorded coal mining related hazards. If any coal mining feature is encountered during development, this should be reported immediately to the Coal Authority on 0345 762 6848. Further information is also available on the Coal Authority website at: www.gov.uk/coalauthority "
Members of the Public/Businesses
HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE
"With reference to the drawing titled ‘Site Location Plan (Dwg No. 9000_Rev A)’ the proposed project redline area does not currently fall within any HSE public safety zones associated with Major Accident Hazard Pipeline (s) or Major Hazards Installation(s), consequently HSE does not advise against the proposed development. Should a new Major Accident Hazard Pipeline be introduced in the vicinity of the proposed project, or an existing Pipeline be modified, prior to the determination of the present application, then HSE reserves the right to revise its advice. Likewise, if prior to the determination of the present application, a Hazardous Substances Consent be granted for a new Major Hazard Installation or a Hazardous Substances Consent is varied for an existing Major Hazard Installation in the vicinity of the proposed project, then HSE reserves the right to revise its advice. There are no licensed explosive sites in the vicinity so HSE has no comment to make in this regard. "