Public notice

Bleak Hill III, II & I - Hamer Warren Quarry, Harbridge Drove, Nr Ringwood BH24 3PX

Planning Application

Start

Friday

5

June

2020

End

Friday

17

July

2020

Planning Applications from Hampshire County Council in New Forest area

Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2015

Notice under Article 13 of Application for Planning Permission Accompanied by an Environmental Statement

Amendments

Proposed development

at Bleak Hill III, II & I - Hamer Warren Quarry, Harbridge Drove, Nr Ringwood BH24 3PX

by CEMEX UK Operations Limited

Hampshire County Council has received amendments to 3 application for planning permission for:

1 Planning permission for an extension of mineral working at Hamer Warren Quarry, to extract some 600,000 tonnes of sand and gravel from Bleak Hill III, including works to create an extended haul road and back filling with inert material and progressive restoration to agriculture with increased nature conservation and biodiversity enhancements until 31 December 2025 (EIA)

The application is accompanied by an environmental statement. (EIA)

2. Variation of Condition 1 of Planning Permission 19/10014 to allow an extension of time for the working of minerals and the tipping of materials at Bleak Hill I and II until 31 December 2025

3 Variation of Condition 1 of Planning Permission 19/10015 to allow an extension of time for an aggregate recycling plant and operations at Bleak Hill I until 31 December 2025

The proposed developments affect public right of ways

Members of the public may inspect copies of the application, the plans and other documents submitted with the application on the Strategic Planning website at https://planning.hants.gov.uk/ or by making arrangements directly with the Case Officer to view a paper copy of the application.

Members of the public may obtain copies of the environmental statement from CEMEX, CEMEX House,188 High Street, Egham, TW20 9ED at a charge of £120, individual CDs priced at £10. The documents can also be downloaded from the Strategic Planning website at the address given above.

Anyone who wishes to make representations about the applications should write to Strategic Planning, Economy, Transport & Environment Department, Elizabeth II Court West, The Castle, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 8UD, or make their comments online at the Strategic Planning website at the address given above, by 17 July 2020. Representations must include a name and address to be accepted. Anonymous or confidential representations will not be accepted. The details provided will only be held for the purposes of considering your representation. As part of the statutory process your name, address and comments will be on deposit with other application documents, will be available for public inspection and will also be published on our website. Strategic Planning's Privacy Notice provides more information on how we manage personal data

http://documents.hants.gov.uk/mineralsandwaste/StrategicPlanningPrivacyNotice-Planningapplications.pdf

The County Council will allow members of the public to speak directly to the Regulatory Committee when they consider the application at a committee meeting, this is known as a deputation. If you wish to speak to the Committee, you must contact Democratic Services at the County Chief Executive Department, The Castle, Winchester, Hampshire (telephone number 01962 847347, or email members.services@hants.gov.uk), during office hours. You should also telephone this number if you require further information about the deputation scheme.

Stuart Jarvis

Director of Economy, Transport & Environment Department

5 June 2020

Contact:

Strategic Planning 01962 846746

Email: planning@hants.gov.uk