Marine Work (Environmental Impact Assessment) Rule 2007 (Fixed)
Application: Thames Side West-River Wall Works
Charles Calverley, Executive Director of Silvertown Homes Limited, 58 Old Compton Street, Soho, London, W1D4UF, to the Marine Management Organization (“MMO”), 2009 Marine Coast Act. This project requires the consent of the Environmental Impact Assessment (“EIA”) and is subject to the EIA requirements under the 2007 Marine Business (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations (“EIA Regulations”). The applicant has prepared an environmental statement.
The application is to create a new river edge along the entire 1,065m frontage of the proposed Thames western development. This includes installing new sheet pile walls, new exits and scour protection, and creating intertidal planting areas. It works. These works are part of a housing-led multi-purpose development proposal that includes the construction of new buildings from floors 16 to 26, with auxiliary housing facilities, flexible employment workspaces, flexible retail floor spaces, communities and It offers up to 5,000 residential units along with leisure floor space. Underground level parking with new public open spaces, new pedestrian and vehicle routes, access and amenity areas, and an integrated service area. The location is surrounded by the Siemens Crystal Building and Royal Victoria Dock to the east, the River Thames to the west, Canning Town to the north, and the collection of industrial piers to the south.
Copies of applications, environmental statements, and other documents required by EIA regulations are available online for 42 days from date on the MMO Public Register (www.gov.uk/check-marine-licence-register). I will. (1) of the first notification
In light of the current public health situation surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19), hard copies of applications and support documentation are not currently available in public places.
If a printed copy of the above documents is requested, you may be charged a fee not exceeding a reasonable copy fee.
Statements about the application should typically be made by:
– Access to MMO public registers https://marinelicensing.marinemanagement.org.uk/mmofox5/fox/live/MMO_PUBLIC_REGISTER Access the “Public Expressions” section of Case Reference MLA / 2019/00497.
However, we also accept expressions in the following formats.
– Send by email to [email protected] instead
– Letter to Marine Management Organization, Lancaster House, Hampshire Court, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE47YH
During the period of alternative work practices related to Covid-19, it is MMO’s strong preference that statements be sent electronically, either in the MMO’s public register or by email.
In all cases, the communication should:
– Received within 42 days of the date of the first notification (1).
– Quote case reference MLA / 2019/00497.And
– Include addresses to which communications related to statements or objections may be sent.
Statements received from the general public will be treated in accordance with Schedule 5 of the EIA Regulations. A copy of the written statement received by the MMO may be sent to the applicant and made publicly available. MMO is the appropriate body under EIA regulations. When deciding on an application, MMO as the appropriate body makes the EIA consent decision for the project. The MMO will also decide whether to grant regulatory approval (for marine licenses) under Part 4 of the 2009 Marine and Coastal Access Act.
October 14, 2020