International Advanced Manufacturing Park (IAMP)

What happens next

The application is expected to be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate 2018.

After receipt of the application, there will be 28 days for the Planning Inspectorate to review the application and decide whether or not to accept it for examination.

If the application is accepted, we will confirm the timescale within which people can register to become an Interested Party by making a Relevant Representation.

If the application is accepted, we will:

  • Publish all the application documents on this project page.
  • Publish the date from which you will be able to register to put your case on the application.
  • Publish the date on which the registration period will close.

Timeline (2 items)

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On 4 December 2017 the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government varied the existing section 35 Direction to enable the proposed varied business and commercial project, referred to as IAMP Two, to be treated as a project of national significance for which development consent is required.

Variation to existing s35 Direction Letter

IAMP One and Two Illustrative Location Plan

05 December 2017
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On 15 September 2015 the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government gave a direction under s35 of the Planning Act 2008 for the International Advanced Manufacturing Park (IAMP) project to be treated as a project for which development consent is required.

Direction Letter

23 September 2015