The Consultation will be open for responses until the 11.59pm on 24th May 2021
If you feel strongly about this matter then it is really important that you make your views known.
How do I respond to this consultation?
Here are the links to the application and further information
The link to the application is:
All of the documents can be viewed here:
As is stated on the Planning Inspectorate website, it is important that when you submit your comments you:
- stick to the facts
- focus on issues raised by the project (e.g. positive or negative impacts)
- be specific and provide examples
- tell the Inspector what you want don't leave them to guess
- write in clear, simple, everyday language
- do not be vexatious
To respond online:
To respond by email:
email@example.com - mark correspondence relating to Buttington Quarry ERF
To respond by post:
The Planning Inspectorate
- mark correspondence relating to Buttington Quarry ERF
What if I know someone who is concerned about this and they do not have access to the computer/internet?
Any requests for hard copies should be made to the Applicant Broad Energy directly. I suggest that you please pass this information on to any friends and neighbours who may want to see hard copies. The applicant's contact details are: Telephone: 0800 130 3353 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep Wales Safe
Important Notice about the EU Settlement Scheme
The EU Settlement Scheme which was set up under the terms of the UK's Withdrawal Agreement with the EU, applies to citizens of the EU and EFTA who came to the UK before the end of the Brexit Transition period at the end of December 2020. Similar arrangements apply for UK citizens who are living and working in continental Europe.
The EU and EFTA residents in the UK who are affected by this need to apply if they wish to retain their rights to live, work and study in the UK. Some people are not aware that this applies to them, including even some elderly veterans of World War II who came to the UK long before the UK joined the EU. In addition, the children of some more recent arrivals, who have obtained rights to live and work in the UK, need to have individual applications made on their behalf in order to ensure that they will be able to access healthcare and education in the future. A short video (3-4 minutes long) providing an overview of the EU Settlement Scheme and some of the issues involved is available on YouTube using the links provided below: