Representations received regarding Felindre Road - 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
"Thank you for your notification of 19 November 2019 seeking the views of the Coal Authority in relation to Land to the North of Felindre Road, Pencoed, CF35 5HU I have checked the site location plan (Figure 1 Redline Boundary) 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 this proposal to be accompanied by a Coal Mining Risk Assessment. The Coal Authority therefore has no objection to this proposal. Should planning permission be granted for the redevelopment of this site however, we would request that our Standing Advice be added to the Decision Notice. "
Other Statutory Consultees
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South Wales Fire and Rescue
"Please see attached document. Gweler y ddogfen atodedig."
Other Statutory Consultees
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NHS, University Health Board (Cwm Taf Morgannwg)
"Please see attached document. Gweler y ddogfen atodedig."
Members of the Public/Businesses
HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE
"HSE is making a representation, as we have not been consulted previously, on this application. With reference to the drawing titled Redline Boundary Figure 1 (Ref P0232 Revision E, 18/10/19) the north westernmost corner of the proposed project redline area, falls within HSE public safety zones associated with Major Accident Hazard Pipeline, Brynna / Waterton (HW082), Wales and West Utilities [Transco ref: 1633, HSE ref 7374]. Providing there will be no development which introduces populations into this north westernmost area, HSE does not advise against the proposed project. There are currently no Major Hazard Installations in the vicinity of the proposed project. Should a new Major Accident Hazard Pipeline be introduced or existing Pipeline modified prior to the determination of the present application, then the HSE reserves the right to revise its advice. 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 the HSE reserves the right to revise its advice. There are no licensed explosive sites in the vicinity. "
Members of the Public/Businesses
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Bridgend College
"Please see attached document. Gweler y ddogfen atodedig."
Non-Statutory Organisations
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Cadw
"Please see attached document. Gweler y ddogfen atodedig."
Non-Statutory Organisations
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Natural Resources Wales
"Attached is a map showing flood zones, however, please note that the maps are due to change in the near future. The proposal involves the construction of a peaking gas generation installation, which would include; 9 gas generators, substation, gas cabinet, welfare storage unit, transformers and associated electrical equipment. This would be classed as a less vulnerable development, as described in TAN 15. The footprint of the proposed generators lie within Zone A of the Development Advice Map (DAM), as defined by the Development Advice Maps referred to under TAN 15 Development and Flood Risk (July 2004), and is therefore not considered to be at risk of flooding. However, the proposed access track and a small area to the south of the generators are within Zone C2 of the DAM and our Flood Zone 2. Therefore, as matters in relation to access/egress are the responsibility of the Local Authority (LA), it would be for them to determine, in liaison with other risk management partners whether a Flood Risk Management Plan (FRMP) is appropriate in this instance and that the safety of employees/contractors/visitors can be assured during a flood event. Given the scale and nature of the proposed development, we would have no further comments to make in relation to flood risk. Regards Louise Louise Edwards Uwch Gynghorydd - Cynllunio Datblygu / Senior Advisor - Development Planning Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru / Natural Resources Wales "