Fferm Wynt Coedwig Clocaenog
1. Some of us are finding difficulty in downloading the Applicant's Representations, because of the massive file sizes. The total MB submitted by RWE nPower is 2,288MB, spread unevenly over 18 files. Can something be done to enable people to view these new documents please?
2. The deadline for receipt by ExA of comments on Written Representations is 14 Nov. Does this mean that we may comment on our own representations, by, for example, expanding certain arguments, or introducing new ones? And does it mean that we may comment on other peoples representations, either in support or to present counter arguments?
Cyngor a roddwyd
Firstly, I am sorry to hear that you and some of your community have been experiencing difficulty viewing the Applicants submissions for the deadline of 21 October 2013. This is down to the sheer size of the submitted material, in particular the reference documentation that was included. Please be aware that all the Examination documents are kept in paper form at five deposit locations close to the development site for public viewing:
Conwy Planning Office, Planning Services, Conwy County Borough Council, Civic Offices, Colwyn Bay, Conwy, LL29 8AR
Denbigh Planning Office, Development Control, Caledfryn, Smithfield Road, Denbigh, LL16 3RU
Denbigh Library, Hall Square, Denbigh, LL16 3NU
Ruthin Library, Record Street, Ruthin, LL15 1DS
Llanrwst Library, Station Road, Llanrwst, LL26 0DF
Please reference appendix F of the rule 8 letter for opening times: attachment 1. The Planning Inspectorate are in the process of upgrading and improving the project websites in order for interested parties to be able to navigate the documents more easily in the future.
With regards to your query regarding comments, please see the list we are able to accept for the next deadline of 14 November 2013:
Comments on Written Representations
Responses to comments on Relevant Representations
Comments on Local Impact Reports
Comments on responses to the ExA's first round of written questions
Comments on Statements of Common Ground
You can submit any of the comments above, including comments on submissions from yourself, and can expand on previous arguments, support or present counter arguments if you wish. Please quote the reference number and submission you wish to comment on at the beginning of any comments submitted.