There seems to be 'concerns' voiced that there may be a delay to the YP submission - there won't and now cannot be as the legal timetabled process has already started.
Some are failing to grasp that.
The application for the mine and MTS is a straddling app and so comes under the Town and Country Planning Act. This requires that at the start of an application process, some weeks before a plan's actual submission to those authorities, the applicant provides legal Article 11 notice under the T&CPA to the determining authorities, that notice is then published.. That was done by Nathanial Litchfield on behalf of YP on 9th Sept, it was published in the Northern Echo on 18th Sept and contains the legally binding submission date of 30th Sept. It appears on the YP site:
and as a public notice in the NE. ------------------------------- Of more concern is IMO:
1/ have the co covered all aspects sufficiently;
2/ are all statutory consultees that have the power to place a holding objection, content;
3/ are the NPA officers objective with this process?
If 1 and 2 are sorted this can happen in the 16 week statutory period. If permission is refused and it is then found from an ~ approx. 9 month appeal process that 3 was judged to be going on the NPA will be ruined.
Mind you all share holders would have got a stuffing as well.
Despite strenuous efforts to amend my shift pattern I'll not be there tomorrow. Feel free to indulge in 'my' share of the sarnies etc. !! I'm sure it will be a very positive meeting, particularly in view of the confirmed Application date.
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