St Marys Harbour Construction, Isles of Scilly
Marine Works (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2007 Food and Environment Protection Act 1985 Coast Protection Act 1949
Notice is hereby given that Mr D Simpson, Cornwall Council, Lander Building, Threemilestone Business Park, Truro Cornwall, TR4 9LD, has applied to the Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for:
1) Licence under Part II of the Food and Environment Protection Act 1985.
The purpose of this legislation is to protect the marine environment, human health and prevent interference with legitimate uses of the sea.
2) Consent under Section 34 of the Coast Protection Act 1949.
The purpose of this legislation is to protect the coast of Britain from erosion and encroachment by the sea and to restrict and remove detrimental to navigation.
For deposits at sea for the benefits of construction. This will conform with the previously advertised Harbour Revision Order construction envelope, consisting of reclamation to widen the quay to the western side, reclamation to widen the quay to the north of Rat Island, construction of a timber and steel building partly on this widening, and provision of new fenders, moorings and bollards.
In accordance with the Marine Works Regulations 2007 an Environmental Statement has been prepared, which provides details of the works and offers an assessment of the environmental impacts. A copy of the Application and Environmental Statement is available for inspection below.
St Marys ES Addendum - Supplementary Information Report Opens in a new window Feb 2010 (Appendicies)
P-09-034 Environmental Statement Report Opens in a new window | P-09-034 ES Appendicies Opens in a new window | P-09-034 ES Appendix 4 Monitoring Plan Opens in a new window | P-09-034 ES Appendix 9 Site Waste Management Plan Opens in a new window
A hard copy of the Application and Environmental Statement is also available for inspection, free of charge, during normal working hours at the Planning & Development Department, Old Wesleyan Chapel.
Representations or objections on environmental or navigational grounds in respect of the application should be made in writing, giving an address to which correspondence relating to the representation or objection may be sent, to:
David Morris, Marine Development Control Team, Marine & Fisheries Agency, PO Box 1275, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE99 5BN.
or alternatively emailed to David.Morris@mfa.gsi.gov.uk, within 42 days of the date of this notice, quoting reference DC 8863.
The Secretary of State will pass to the applicant a copy of any objection or representation he receives and will also be liable to be released under statutory provisions relating to the access to information.