Nid safbwyntiau’r Arolygiaeth Gynllunio yw’r rhai a fynegir ar y dudalen hon. Yr hyn a ddangosir yma yw cynnwys a gyflwynwyd i’r Arolygiaeth Gynllunio gan y cyhoedd a phartïon eraill â buddiant, sy’n rhoi eu barn ynglŷn â’r cynnig hwn.
Piblinell Carbon Deuocsid HyNet
Gan Urban Imprint Limited on behalf of CF Fertilisers UK Limited
“Outline of representation by CF Fertilisers UK Limited: CF Fertiliser UK Limited are broadly in support of the proposals that are presented, as they consider that the opportunity provided to their Ince manufacturing site has significant benefits to themselves or a future operator of the site, through presenting the opportunity for CO2 to be disposed of in environmental responsible manner. It should be noted that the new pipeline and the AGI terminal at Ince is within very close proximity to their Ince site, which whilst currently closed, is the subject of a COMAH impact zone and care should be taken during the construction and operational phases to safeguard public health of those involved in construction and operation of the facility. It is acknowledged that the pipeline does pass within proximity to a number of COMAH sites and that this operation is one of many that will require careful consideration. CF Fertilisers UK Limited will wish to be satisfied that the access requirements during construction and operation and impacts on their land holding - specifically in relation to drainage as a nearby drainage ditch is affected - is minimised and mitigated through the planning process. This is the only direct impact on the Ince site whereby the drainage ditch along the southern border of the CF land ownership (outside the factory fence). It appears from what has already been presented that there would be minimal impacts. Representatives from CF Fertilisers UK Limited have discussed this with those responsible for the application and indicated a willingness to allow this to be used, subject to the applicant doing any works necessary to clear and maintain this section of the ditch (to the satisfaction of the inspection panel) and CF not bearing any responsibility for any spillages from the AGI entering the Marsh ditches. This would need to be covered in the relevant legal agreement.”