Town and Country Planning Act 1990
Town and Country Planning
The following application(s) have been received. The relevant plans and documents may be inspected during normal office hours at the Reception, Civic Offices, New Road, Grays, and any representations thereon should be delivered to the Assistant Director of Planning, Transport and Public Protection at the above address within 21 days of advertisement publication.
Replacement of front dormer window - like for like, including 14mm double glazed hardwood heritage units, wooden space bars, no trickle vent and push out windows as existing.
Viola Cottage, High Road, North Stifford
(Affecting a Listed Building)
Use of land for metal recycling (B2) and erection of associated buildings (sui generis)
Site B Stanhope Industrial Park, Wharf Road
Proposed outbuilding studio/family room.
Prosbus Hall, High Road, Fobbing
(Affecting a Listed Building)
Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2017
Notice under regulation 25 of further information respecting an Environmental Statement.
Planning application reference: 18/01404/OUT
Location: Thames Enterprise Park The Manorway Coryton Essex
On 27 September 2018, BP Oil Ltd applied to Thurrock Council for Outline planning permission with all matters (except for access) reserved for the demolition, phased remediation and redevelopment of 167 hectares of former Coryton Oil Refinery to provide up to 480,000 square metres of commercial development, including a food park (use class B2/B8), energy and waste related facilities (use class sui generis/B2/B8), a central hub incorporating a range of active uses – office, leisure, education, hotel and conferencing facilities – (use classes B1, D1, D2, C1) and ancillary retail/leisure/community facilities (use classes A1, A3, A4, A5, D2 and sui generis), as well as additional land set aside for a rail freight terminal, 4.1 hectares of open storage (use class B8), lorry parking facilities; structural landscaping, car parking, new road and access facilities, vehicular crossing over Shellhaven Creek, pedestrian crossing facilities to existing and proposed estate roads, retention of existing jetties and associated infrastructure works.
Further information has been submitted by the applicant to accompany the Environmental Statement. Members of the public may inspect the submitted planning application, the Environmental Statement and the further information on the Council’s web-site: www.thurrock.gov.uk or at the Civic Offices, New Road, Grays during normal office hours.
To state copies of the environmental statement may be obtained from BP Oil Ltd Bulk Terminal, Thames Oilport, The Manorway, Coryton, Essex, SS17 9LL at a charge of £150 (volume 1), £200 (volume 2), no charge (non-technical summary) and no charge (electronic copy).
Anyone who wishes to make representations about the further information should write to the council at the address below within 30 days of the date of this notice.
Assistant Director – Planning, Transport and Public Protection,
Thurrock Council, Civic Offices, New Road, Grays, RM17 6SL