What happens next
A decision on the application for a Development Consent Order for A30 Temple to Higher Carblake Improvement was taken on 05 February 2015 and has now been issued.
The period for legal challenge is defined in s118 of the Planning Act 2008. Further information about legal challenge can be found in the letter sent to all Interested Parties accompanying the Secretary of State’s decision and statement of reasons.
If you have any queries about the process please email the Planning Inspectorate at [email protected] or telephone the helpline on 0303 444 5000.
Timeline (47 items)
As advised in our Privacy Notice, five years after the Secretary of State’s decision is issued, all remaining published documents associated with an application are removed from the National Infrastructure Planning website, with the exception of the following which are retained in line with our document retention policy:
• The Secretary of State’s decision notice and statement of reasons;
• If made, the Development Consent Order;
• The Examining Authority’s Recommendation Report and associated appendices;
• Any documents relating to material/non-material change applications;
• Any correction notices; and
• All section 51 advice issued in respect of an application.
As such, the purpose of this banner is to highlight that we will shortly remove all documents, except those listed above.
On 12 February 2015 the Secretary of State for Transport issued an Order correcting an omission from the preamble of the Cornwall Council (A30 Temple to Higher Carblake) Order, as made on 5 February 2015. The Planning Inspectorate has published the correction Order alongside the correction notice and a letter sent from the Department for Transport to Cornwall Council on 9 February 2015 informing it of the omission to be corrected.
The Secretary of State has granted development consent for this application.
Please refer to the following decision documentation:
Decision letter and statement of reasons from the Secretary of State for Transport
Development Consent Order as made by the Secretary of State for Transport
Crown land consent as issued by the Highways Agency
Correspondence sent to the Secretary of State for Transport in the decision period (Stage 2 Road Safety Audit for Cornwall Council and Report on Outstanding Information on behalf of Bruce Robertson and Trago Mills Ltd)
The Examining Authority completed his examination of the application on 6 August 2014, and will now report on his findings. His report and recommendations must be submitted to the Secretary of State for Transport on or before 6 November 2014. The Secretary of State will then have a further 3 months to make his decision on whether development consent should be granted. The Planning Inspectorate would like to thank everyone who participated in this examination.
Responses to the Examining Authority’s request for further information dated 4 August 2014 have now been published.
The Examining Authority has today issued a procedural decision comprising his decision to accept the change to the application proposed by the applicant on 17 July 2014. The letter also includes a request for further information from the applicant.
Responses to the Examining Authority’s request for further information dated 25 July 2014 have now been published.
Submissions to Deadline VII have now been published
The Examining Authority has today issued a request for further information to all interested parties in relation to the applicant’s proposed substitution of replacement common land
Information provided by Cornwall Council to accompany proposed substitution of replacement common land has now been published. The ExA accepted these documents as additional submissions on 18 July 2014.
A draft agenda for the Issue Specific Hearing on Highway Design and Compulsory Acquisition has now been published.
The following documents have now been published:
Submissions for Deadline VI
Responses to the Examining Authority’s request for further information dated 20 June 2014
Documents submitted at the hearings held 23 June 2014 to 27 June 2014
A notification of hearing adjournment was published on 3 July 2014.
The audio recordings of the hearings held from 23 June 2014 to 27 June 2014 have now been published.
Draft agendas for two Compulsory Acquisition Hearings issues relating to compulsory acquisition of common land, issues relating to general compulsory acquisition matters and the Open Floor Hearing have now been published.
Draft agendas for the Issue Specific Hearing on landscape and visual impact and ecology and the Issue Specific Hearing on highway design have now been published.
Submissions to Deadline V have now been published.
The itinerary for the Accompanied Site Inspection scheduled for 24 June 2014 has now been published.
A notification of the dates, times, and places of forthcoming hearings and an accompanied site inspection was issued on 23 May 2014. The notification included a request from the Examining Authority for further information.
Submissions to Deadline IV have now been published.
Submissions to Deadline III have now been published.
The audio recording of the Issue Specific Hearing on the draft Development Consent Order (DCO) held on 7 April 2014 has now been published.
The following documents have been published:
– The agenda for the Issue Specific Hearing on the DCO scheduled for 7 April 2014
– The itinerary for the Accompanied Site Inspection scheduled for 8 April 2014
– Revised draft DCO (clean and track changed versions) superseding the applicant’s submission on 19 April 2014 (Deadline II)
Submissions to Deadline I (12 noon on 3 March 2014) have now been published.
Please be aware that the examination timetable appended to the Rule 8 letter issued on 24 February 2014 contained errors at serials 4; 11; and 13. These have now been corrected, and the Rule 8 letter published to this website has been updated to reflect these changes. Clarification of the changes will be provided in the letter notifying interested parties of the issue specific hearing on the draft Development Consent Order to be held on 7 April 2014.
The examination timetable (rule 8 letter) has been sent to interested parties
The Examination Timetable (Rule 8 letter) has been sent to Interested Parties
Procedural decision following Preliminary Meeting
Audio Recording of the Preliminary Meeting (MP3 89 MB) held on 6 February 2014 has been published
- Preliminary Meeting takes place
- Examination begins
The notification of Preliminary Meeting (Rule 6 letter) has been sent Read the letter
The letter also includes the draft Examination Timetable and Initial Assessment of Principal Issues.
The applicant, Cornwall Council, has provided information responding to the section 51 advice issued by the Planning Inspectorate on 13 September 2013. On 10 January 2014 the appointed Examining Authority accepted this information to be read in conjunction with the forthcoming Examination.
The information provided by the applicant is available to view in 17 parts, here.
Please note, we will be making changes to content within the registration form tomorrow between 3pm and 4pm. We do not expect the changes to interfere with the submission of completed registration forms.
The draft Development Consent Order (DCO) submitted with the application made by Cornwall Council for the A30 Temple to Higher Carblake Improvement seeks amongst other things to authorise the compulsory acquisition of registered common land.
Cornwall Council submitted a separate s131 and s132 application on 15 August 2013 to the Common Land Team at the Planning Inspectorate. Due to changes to the Planning Act introduced by the Growth and Infrastructure Act for applications after 24 June 2013, there is no longer a need for separate s131/132 applications. Instead these matters are now examined and reported upon by the appointed Examining Authority as part of the DCO examination.
The s131/132 application documents have therefore now been added to the suite of documents submitted with the DCO application (use the “Other Documents” filter button). The forthcoming Relevant Representations period, details of which are on the right of this page, will allow potential interested parties to make submissions on any aspect of the application including on any of the information contained in the s131/132 application documents.