Grafton Area of Major Change SPD 2017

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Grafton Area of Major Change SPD 2017

4.5.10

Representation ID: 31915

Received: 28/09/2017

Respondent: Environment Agency

Representation:

Whilst the Agency would be unlikely to have any fundamental objection to the proposal, any subsequent planning application must address the following issues.

Surface Water Drainage:
A sustainable scheme for the disposal of uncontaminated surface water will be required.

Foul Water Drainage:
All foul sewage shall be discharged to the public foul sewer with the prior approval of Anglian Water.

Full text:

Environment Agency position.
Due to resource pressures we are no longer able to provide you with comprehensive bespoke advice on pre application submissions.

I attach for your information a copy of the Environment Agency's Planning Application Guidance. This represents the Environment Agency's preliminary non-technical summary for developers.

Whilst the Agency would be unlikely to have any fundamental objection to the proposal, any subsequent planning application must address the following issues.

Surface Water Drainage:
A sustainable scheme for the disposal of uncontaminated surface water will be required.

Foul Water Drainage:
All foul sewage shall be discharged to the public foul sewer with the prior approval of Anglian Water.

Contaminated Land:
In the case of brownfield re-development the possibility of ground contamination must be investigated. An intrusive ground contamination investigation and remediation scheme will be required. SuDS drainage will not be permitted in contaminated land.

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Grafton Area of Major Change SPD 2017

4.5.9

Representation ID: 31916

Received: 28/09/2017

Respondent: Environment Agency

Representation:

Whilst the Agency would be unlikely to have any fundamental objection to the proposal, any subsequent planning application must address the following issues.

Contaminated Land:
In the case of brownfield re-development the possibility of ground contamination must be investigated. An intrusive ground contamination investigation and remediation scheme will be required. SuDS drainage will not be permitted in contaminated land.

Full text:

Environment Agency position.
Due to resource pressures we are no longer able to provide you with comprehensive bespoke advice on pre application submissions.

I attach for your information a copy of the Environment Agency's Planning Application Guidance. This represents the Environment Agency's preliminary non-technical summary for developers.

Whilst the Agency would be unlikely to have any fundamental objection to the proposal, any subsequent planning application must address the following issues.

Surface Water Drainage:
A sustainable scheme for the disposal of uncontaminated surface water will be required.

Foul Water Drainage:
All foul sewage shall be discharged to the public foul sewer with the prior approval of Anglian Water.

Contaminated Land:
In the case of brownfield re-development the possibility of ground contamination must be investigated. An intrusive ground contamination investigation and remediation scheme will be required. SuDS drainage will not be permitted in contaminated land.

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