The list below includes a record of advice we have provided for this project. For a list of all advice issued by the Planning Inspectorate, including non-project related advice, please go to the Register of advice page.

There is a statutory duty, under section 51 of the Planning Act 2008, to record the advice that is given in relation to an application or a potential application, including the name of the person who requested the advice, and to make this publicly available.

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Enquiry received via phone
response has attachments
Draft Documents feedback review and project update
Please see attached

16 April 2020
Highways England - anon.
Enquiry received via email
With regards to your query regarding the proposed draft DCO requirement to secure mitigation identified by the Water Framework Directive (WFD) Assessment. Our Environmental Services Team has come back with the following advice;
After reviewing the dDCO, the only thing that can be seen relating to WFD is that the applicant has listed the WFD assessment in the documents to be certified. This is not something we see as a common practice and it is hard to comment without reviewing the document but on the face on it, there is no issue in doing this. As with all documents listed in the certification requirement, it adds security, which is a good thing.

20 February 2020
Atkins - anon.
Enquiry received via meeting
response has attachments
Project Update Meeting
Please see attached

06 November 2019
Highways England - anon.
Enquiry received via meeting
response has attachments
Project Update Meeting
Please see attached Meeting Note

21 May 2019
Highways England
Enquiry received via meeting
response has attachments
Project Update Meeting
Please see attached Meeting Note

22 November 2018
Highways England
Enquiry received via meeting
response has attachments
Project Update Meeting
Please see attached

17 August 2018
Highways England - anon.
Enquiry received via meeting
response has attachments
Inception meeting, to introduce the scheme
A note of the meeting is attached

14 September 2017
Highways England - anon.