Rookery South Energy from Waste Generating Station
Ms Hawkes has kept the IPC informed of correspondence between her, Covanta and DCLG.
In order for views on a particular scheme to be put forward to the Examining authority, interested parties must do so in the prescribed format.
Dear Ms Hawkes,
Thank you for including the IPC in your recent correspondence with the Department for Communities and Local Government and the promoter, Covanta.
As you may be aware, on the 21 January, the IPC issued the "Rule 8 timetable for examination" to all interested parties and attendees of the preliminary meeting. The letter detailed the minutes of the preliminary meeting and timetable for the six month examination.
Within this timetable, the deadline for written representations by interested parties is stated. All those who registered as an interested party now have the opportunity to expand on their initial relevant representation to be received by the IPC on 28 February 2011. As you have registered as an interested party, you have the opportunity to provide further written representations to the IPC which will be taken into account by the Examining authority when considering the application for development consent.
For convenience, I have included your registration ID: ********. Please state this number when making further written representations to the IPC which can be done in writing to the address below or via E-mail to: [email protected]
If you have any further queries, please feel free to contact us.