Environmental Permit and Substantial Permit Variations Application Consultations

BCP Council must by law regulate certain types of factory, industry and business activities to reduce any pollution they may cause and, in particular, to help improve air quality. Businesses which operate these premises must have an Environmental Permit.

Local authorities decide whether to give a permit. If they do so, they must write down how the pollution is to be minimised.

Much of the information about permits must be put on a public register. Anyone can ask their local authority to see it. The public must also be consulted in various circumstances on Environmental Permit Applications and Substantial Variations.

Please see below what we are currently consulting on.


Previous Consultations:

The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016

Application for an Environmental Permit

Reference: M187839

Notice is hereby given that the company known as Cutwrights Limited, whose registered office address is Unit 6 Links Industrial Estate, Popham Close, Hanworth Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 6JE, has applied to BCP Council for a Part B Environmental Permit to operate an installation at Unit G4 Fleets Corner Business Park, Poole, BH17 0LA for the incineration/ combustion of wood waste activity under Schedule 1, Part 2, Section 5.1, Part B(a)(v) and for the working of timber and manufacture of wood based products under Schedule 1, Part 2, Section 6.6, Part B(a)(ii) of The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016.

The application and supporting documents can be found in the Documents folder.

The consultation ends 18th November 2021, please email environmental.health@bcpcouncil.gov.uk to have your say.

We will add written comments to the public register unless you ask for your comments not to be included.


What happens next?

We will consider the application and comments received, before making a final decision on whether to grant a permit with conditions, or refuse the application.

BCP Council must by law regulate certain types of factory, industry and business activities to reduce any pollution they may cause and, in particular, to help improve air quality. Businesses which operate these premises must have an Environmental Permit.

Local authorities decide whether to give a permit. If they do so, they must write down how the pollution is to be minimised.

Much of the information about permits must be put on a public register. Anyone can ask their local authority to see it. The public must also be consulted in various circumstances on Environmental Permit Applications and Substantial Variations.

Please see below what we are currently consulting on.


Previous Consultations:

The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016

Application for an Environmental Permit

Reference: M187839

Notice is hereby given that the company known as Cutwrights Limited, whose registered office address is Unit 6 Links Industrial Estate, Popham Close, Hanworth Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 6JE, has applied to BCP Council for a Part B Environmental Permit to operate an installation at Unit G4 Fleets Corner Business Park, Poole, BH17 0LA for the incineration/ combustion of wood waste activity under Schedule 1, Part 2, Section 5.1, Part B(a)(v) and for the working of timber and manufacture of wood based products under Schedule 1, Part 2, Section 6.6, Part B(a)(ii) of The Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016.

The application and supporting documents can be found in the Documents folder.

The consultation ends 18th November 2021, please email environmental.health@bcpcouncil.gov.uk to have your say.

We will add written comments to the public register unless you ask for your comments not to be included.


What happens next?

We will consider the application and comments received, before making a final decision on whether to grant a permit with conditions, or refuse the application.

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