Heaton Planning is delighted to announce their appointment by York Potash to support them in the preparation of a Planning Application to develop the World’s largest potash mine on the North Yorkshire Moors.
In October 2012 Heaton Planning obtained Planning Permission for the construction of two fishing lakes at Shelt Hill, Gedling. Heaton Planning lead the negotiations and managed the assessment work to convince the Planning Authority of the merits of the new angling facility.
In September 2012 following detailed negotiations with the Highway and Planning Authority, Heaton Planning obtained planning permission for the change of use of two residential dwellings (C3: Dwelling Houses) to a children’s care home/assessment centre (C2: Residential Institution) on behalf of the Caldecott Foundation.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has rejected the advice of a planning inspector who recommended the approval for an energy recovery facility planned for land at Milton Ernest, Bedford. Heaton Planning acted as expert planning witness at the Public Inquiry on behalf of Bedford Borough Council.
Heaton Planning are pleased to announce that the extension to UK Coal’s Lodge House surface mine was unanimously approved by Derbyshire County Council’s Planning Committee following a recommendation from planning officer’s to approve. This has resulted from 12 months of careful negotiation between all parties and secures the future production of coal from the Lodge House site.
The Government’s draft National Planning Policy Framework is out for consultation, a welcome presumption in favour of sustainable development.
Planning Application and Environmental Statement for the extension of South Witham Quarry has been submitted by Heaton Planning on behalf of Breedon Aggregates.
Heaton Planning have just completed the Public Inquiry on behalf of Bedford Borough Council, for an appeal by Biogen Power Ltd against the refusal of a planning application for a 120,000 tonnes per annum gasification plant.