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PROPOSED solar farm comprising the installation of arrays of PV panels, central inverters, underground cabling, substation, security fencing and CCTV mounted on up to 3m high masts, together with construction of internal access roads. Site 1 Land South Of Marshfoot Road And West Of St Chads Road, Tilbury.

(Departure from the development plan) (Includes an Environmental Statement) (Major development)

NOTICE UNDER REGULATION 22 OF THE ABOVE REGULATIONS OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMISSION ACCOMPANIED BY AN ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENT – PROVISION OF FURTHER INFORMATION

Site: Land south of Marshfoot Road, west of St. Chad’s Road (adjacent to the Gateway academy) and land east of St. Chad’s Road, south of Biggin Lane, Tilbury

On 21st November 2014 BE Renewables Limited applied to Thurrock Council for planning permission for:

Proposed solar farm comprising the installation of arrays of PV panels, central inverters, underground cabling, substation, security fencing and CCTV mounted on up to 3m high masts, together with construction of internal access roads.

Further information has now been submitted by the applicant. Members of the public may inspect the further information at the Civic Offices, New Road, Grays, Essex, RM17 6SL) on Mon-Fri between 9am – 4.30pm or by visiting the web site www.thurrock.gov.uk/planning.

Members of the public may obtain copies of the further information from: Amy Williams, BE Renewables Limited, Hesketh Mount, 92-96 Lord Street, Southport, PR8 1JR. Tel. 01704 504341 at a cost of £100.00.

Anyone wishing to comment on the further information should write to the Council within 21 days of the date of this notice.

Head of Planning and Growth, Thurrock Council

Publication date:

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

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