THE MARINE AND COASTAL ACCESS ACT 2009 AND THE MARINE WORKS (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) REGULATIONS 2007
APPLICATION FOR: AREA 481 AGGREGATE EXTRACTION
Notice is hereby given that Dr Andrew Bellamy, Tarmac Marine Ltd, and Mr William Drake, VAN OORD UK Ltd., have applied to the Marine Management Organisation to undertake a regulated activity under Part 4 of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009.
The application is to:
Renew the existing licence for aggregate extraction in Area 481 as well as increasing the overall permitted tonnage of material to be extracted. The Applicants are proposing to dredge a combined total of up to 15 million tonnes of aggregate over a 15-year licence period.
The application and environmental statement may be inspected free of charge and by prior appointment at the offices of the Marine Management Organisation, Newcastle upon Tyne for a period of 42 days from the date of the first notice (24th February 2021).
Copies of the environmental statement or environmental statement supplementary information may be viewed on line in the Public Register at www.gov.uk/check-marine-licence-register
Representations in respect of the application should ordinarily be made by:
– Visiting the MMO public register at https://marinelicensing.marinemanagement.org.uk/mmofox5/fox/live/MMO_PUBLIC_REGISTER/search?area=3 and accessing the ‘make a comment’ section of case reference MLA/2020/00519 or MLA/2020/00517;
However, we will also accept representations via the following formats:
- By email to email@example.com; or alternatively
- By letter addressed to Marine Management Organisation, Lancaster House, Hampshire Court, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 7YH
In all cases, correspondence must:
- Be received within 42 days of the date of the first notice (24th February 2021);
- Quote the case reference; and
- include an address to which correspondence relating to the representation or objection may be sent.
The Marine Management Organisation will pass to the applicant a copy of any objection or representation we receive.