NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE DREDGE AND EXTRACT FROM BEDWYN SANDS AND NORTH MIDDLE GROUND

Closes 7 Mar 2024

Opened 25 Jan 2024

Overview

MARINE AND COASTAL ACCESS ACT 2009 MARINE WORKS (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) REGULATIONS 2007 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE DREDGE AND EXTRACT FROM BEDWYN SANDS AND NORTH MIDDLE GROUND

Notice is hereby given that Breedon Trading Limited has applied to Natural Resources Wales (“NRW”) for a marine licence to carry out a regulated activity under the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009. The project requires EIA consent and is subject to the requirement for an environmental impact assessment (“EIA”) under the Marine Works (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations 2007 (“the EIA Regulations”). An environmental statement has been prepared by the applicant.

The application is for the dredge and extract from bedwyn sands and north middle ground.

Copies of the environmental statement and the above documents can also be obtained online from https://publicregister.naturalresources.wales/ or by emailing NRW at permittingconsultations@naturalresourceswales.gov.uk. You can search for the documents using the application reference number MMML2367.

If printed copies of the above documents are requested, a charge not exceeding reasonable copying costs may be payable.

Give us your views

Any person wishing to make representations regarding the application and the environmental statement should do so by writing to NRW to the

Permitting Service,
Natural Resources Wales,
Cambria House,
29 Newport Rd,
Cardiff
CF24 0TP

or by email to marinelicensing@naturalresourceswales.gov.uk within 42 days of this notice. Representations should be dated and clearly state the name (in block capitals) and the full return email or postal address of the person making the representation.

Please quote reference number MMML2367 in all correspondence.

Representations received from members of the public will be dealt with in accordance with Schedule 5 of the EIA Regulations. Copies of written representations received by NRW will be sent to the applicant and may also be made publicly available.

NRW is an appropriate authority under the EIA Regulations and has been delegated functions as the appropriate licensing authority by the Welsh Ministers for the purposes of Part 4 of the Marine and Coastal Access Act 2009. In determining the application, NRW may grant EIA consent for the project; grant EIA consent for the project with conditions attached; or, refuse EIA consent for the project.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • marine developers
  • marine planners
  • Coastal Group Members

Interests

  • EIA
  • Development
  • Mine recovery
  • Adfer mwyngloddiau
  • Metal mines
  • Mwyngloddiau metel
  • Marine Area Statement