A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

Registration and Relevant Representation form

* required information
A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme
Planning Inspectorate Reference: TR010018

About this form

In this form, words in italics have specific meanings in the Planning Act 2008 process, which are explained in this Glossary of terms.

By completing this form you are registering to become an Interested Party to take part in the Examination of the above application for development consent which has been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate (on behalf of the Secretary of State). You can become an Interested Party if you make a Relevant Representation, however your Representation will only be relevant if you make it on time and you answer all of the mandatory fields on this form. For further information please read Advice Note 8.2: How to register to participate in an Examination.

The Planning Inspectorate will accept registrations made in Welsh. You may either submit your answers in Welsh in the form below or use the Welsh form which is available on our translated website. Alternatively, a hard copy Welsh form can be requested from our Helpdesk.

When completing this form, please refer to the corresponding notes for each section.

Data protection

Details published on our website will be restricted to your name and the text of your Representation. Please read our Privacy Notice on GOV.UK which explains how we will store and use your data.

  1. About you and anyone you may be representing

    Select the option which best describes why you are completing this form
    Only one person or organisation can become an Interested Party per form. Each Interested Party needs to be registered with their own form.
    Personal Details



    Organisation details


    Contact details of the person or organisation you are representing


    Agent or representative contact details (these details will be used for correspondence)


    * The Planning Inspectorate uses electronic communication wherever this is appropriate. Can information from the Planning Inspectorate about the examination of this application be sent to you in this way?

    The Planning Inspectorate aims to communicate with people by email wherever possible, as electronic communication is more environmentally friendly and cost effective for the Planning Inspectorate as a Government agency, given the volume and frequency of letters it needs to send to interested parties during an examination.

    Please state your preferred means of receiving updates on the examination of this application. If you say that you agree to receive communications by email, you can change your mind later provided you give us 7 days notice, either in writing or by email.

  2. Interest in land

    In this section "you" means either you or the person or organisation you represent if you have completed this form for your employer or another person or organisation. Interest means a legal interest in the land, such as you own, lease, rent, or occupy the land, or have some other legal right over or in relation to it.

    This section aims to identify whether:

    How would you best describe the interest you have in the land or part of the land which is the subject of this application or in any other land which you believe will or might be affected by this application?

    Here you are being asked to describe your interest in the land that is the subject of the application or in any other land which you believe will or might be affected by this application.

    Section 57 (6) of the Planning Act 2008 defines who is entitled to make a relevant compensation claim if the development consent order were to be made and fully implemented.

    If the developer is applying for compulsory acquisition of land or of interests in or rights over land which is the subject of this application and you have an interest in any such land, would you like to speak at a compulsory acquisition hearing?
    One will only be held if the developer is applying for compulsory acquisition as part of this application. Only people who have an interest in the land to which the compulsory acquisition relates or any part of that land have a right to speak at this type of hearing. Others may be able to speak at a compulsory acquisition hearing at the discretion of the Examining Authority.
  3. Your Representation

    The Planning Act 2008 process is primarily a written examination process and if you are registered as an Interested Party you will have an opportunity to make a Written Representation about the application when the Examination begins.

    In this form, your Representation must include an outline of the principal submissions you intend to make in relation to the application. You cannot reserve a right to make a representation later without providing an outline of the points you intend to submit at this stage.

    Please note that your Representation must not include material:

    • that is vexatious or frivolous
    • about compensation for Compulsory Acquisition of land or of any Interest in or right over land
    • about the merits of policy set out in a designated National Policy Statement.

    The information you include in the ‘Your Representation’ section of this form will be used by the Examining Authority to carry out their Initial Assessment of Principal Issues and to decide the best way to examine the application.

    Here you must provide an outline of the main points you intend to make in relation to the application. Failure to provide this will mean that we are unable to register you as an Interested Party. Please aim to limit this section to no more than 500 words.

    Your Representation
  4. Participation in the examination

    The following questions all relate to whether you intend at this stage to participate in various events in the examination process.

    * Do you intend to attend the preliminary meeting?

    This question has been included to provide the Planning Inspectorate with an indication of the numbers of people who may wish to attend, so that we can find a suitable venue for the meeting.

    Regardless of how you answer this question, you will still be invited to attend the preliminary meeting if you are registered as an interested party in this Application.

    If you decide not to attend, your status as an interested party will not be affected.

    * Do you intend to submit a written representation at a later stage?

    Written representations can be submitted once the examination has started.

    The deadline for submitting written representations will be notified to all interested parties and publicised on our website after the preliminary meeting.

    You do not have to submit a written representation during the examination if you consider that all the points you wish to make have been made in section 3 of this form, or have been adequately made by another interested party.

    * If an open floor hearing is held, would you like the opportunity to speak at it?
    * If an issue specific hearing is held relating to an issue raised by your representation, would you like to have the opportunity to speak at it?
    The examining authority will decide which issues require an issue specific hearing once all relevant representations have been considered.

The 'captcha' (below) is required to ensure authentic and individual submissions. If the captcha is not appearing below, please click your browser's refresh button.

In order to complete this form, it must be checked to ensure all information has been entered correctly before it can be sent to the Planning Inspectorate. Click the following button to check and send the form.

When your form has been sent you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive a confirmation email then please check your Junk Email/Spam folder or contact the Planning Inspectorate giving your name, your postcode and the name of the project.