Mynydd y Gwynt Wind Farm

Enquiry received via email

Mynydd y Gwynt Wind Farm

Margaret Tregear


I am writing to enquire about the possibility of late registration as interested party in regard to this application. I believe I have missed the deadline by a matter of days. I?m afraid I?m not familiar with the Inspectorate?s procedures and when I subscribed for updates I believed I had also registered. In fact, I?m still not certain that I haven?t, but think that probably this is something I still need to do. I would be very grateful to be allowed to register. Could you please advise me?

Cyngor a roddwyd

The registration period to become an interested party for the Mynydd y Gwynt Wind Farm application elapsed on 17 October 2014. Unfortunately the Planning Inspectorate has no discretion to register members of the public retrospectively if they did not complete a valid registration form before this date.
Registering to become an interested party affords members of the public and organisations a legal status granting them the ability to formally put views across in writing via written submissions, or verbally at hearings. This is different to signing up for email updates via the project pages of the Planning Portal?s website, which sends emails advising of key milestones, publishing of key documents and notification of hearings and site visits for a specific project.
However, once appointed, the Examining Authority (ExA) has discretion to accept late submissions and submissions from non-interested parties as ?additional submissions?. If you wish to submit a written submission, please submit it to the Mynydd y Gwynt Case team on the details below. Please note there is no guarantee the ExA will accept your submission as part of it?s examination; neither would acceptance of your submission grant you interested party status.
You may attend the Preliminary Meeting if you wish, as well as any other public hearings that may be held during the examination. The examination timetable, arrangements of all the public hearings, as well as published submissions and documents will be available to view on the project pages of the Planning Portal?s website: attachment 1.

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