Mynydd y Gwynt Wind Farm

Enquiry received via post

Mynydd y Gwynt Wind Farm

Peggy Liford


I am writing to declare my interest in the above application. Please would you inform me of any changes and when the Inspectorate will be considering the application.

Cyngor a roddwyd

The Planning Inspectorate (the Inspectorate), on behalf of the secretary of state, issued the decision to allow the Mynydd y Gwynt Wind Farm application to progress to examination on 20 August 2014, following submission by the applicant on 31 July 2014.
The application has now entered the ?Pre-examination? stage where the applicant is statutorily required to serve notice that the application has been accepted by the Inspectorate in a publicly accessible place along with publishing the notice in the local newspaper(s). This notice will include information advising the public when and how they can register to become an ?Interested Party?.
The registration period, which will run for a minimum of 28 days, is the correct time for members of the public to register their interest in the application. Registering as an Interested Party will also give members of the public the opportunity to outline any issues or concerns they may have regarding the scheme as part of their ?Relevant Representation?. Please note that only Relevant Representations submitted on the prescribed registration form will be accepted.
Once the registration period formally opens a paper copy of this form can be requested from the Inspectorate?s customer service number above. Alternatively, if you have access to the internet, an electronic version of the form will be available to complete on the Mynyndd y Gwynt project pages of the Planning Portal website:
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The project page is regularly updated and will also advise you when the Registration period formally opens as well as give you access to a complete set of the application documents and associated correspondence.
Once you have submitted a completed registration form and Relevant Representation you will then become an Interested Party for the whole application process. As an Interested Party you will receive constant updates regarding the application and will later be invited to submit a ?Written Representation? in which you can expand, with evidence, any issues mentioned in your Relevant Representation. You will also be invited to any hearings or meetings held during the Examination.

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