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WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director. Waste Planning Land Use Policy/Waste Development Framework Development Control. Waste Development Framework Issues & Options consultation Sustainability Appraisal Need for waste facilities ‘Preferred Options’ - Policies - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Page 1: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

WASTE PLANNING ISSUES

Mark JonesDeputy Director

Page 2: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Waste Planning

•Land Use Policy/Waste Development Framework

•Development Control

Page 3: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Waste Development Framework

•Issues & Options consultation

•Sustainability Appraisal

•Need for waste facilities

•‘Preferred Options’- Policies- Site Search

Page 4: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Preferred Options•Planning Policy for Waste

Management Facilities•Used in decision making on

applications•Principally concerned with:

- Industrial & Commercial Waste- Municipal Waste- Construction & Demolition Waste

Page 5: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Preferred Options - contents

Primarily policy document:• Core policies• Promotional role in commitment to raise

awareness about waste issues• Nature of facilities – visual impact,

design, noise, odour etc;• Locational criteria• Identifies potential sites

Page 6: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Sites

Need to make provision for:

• Range of facilities• Range of scales• Encourage co-locationAnd• Without being prescriptive about

technology

Page 7: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Site Identification

• Range of sites

• Household Waste & Recycling Centres

• Waste Transfer Stations

• Energy from Waste facility

• Resource Management Parks

Page 8: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Strategy for Municipal Waste

• Takes forward approach in the Waste Local Plan- integrated approach- reuse, recycling, composting- recovery- EfW in Area of Search- disposal

Page 9: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Central Cornwall Energy fromWaste Facility

• Locational factors; road & rail, heat consumers, grid connection, central

• 108km2

• 4-5ha site required

• 46 potential sites examined within, or close to, the Central Cornwall Area of Search

Page 10: WASTE PLANNING ISSUES Mark Jones Deputy Director

PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Central Cornwall Energy from Waste Facility

- Each site assessed and weighted against a number of criteria including;

- Number of sensitive receptors- Rail & road access- Landscape/visual impact- Land classification- Power/heat consumption- Ecology- Archaeology- Surface water drainage & flooding

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PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

The Sites

Energy from Waste Facility within centralCornwall at one of:

• Rostowrack Farm, Parkandillick

• Rock Dryers, Bugle

• Adjacent to Victoria Business Park

• Wheal Remfry, Fraddon

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PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Provisional WDF Timetable

• May/June 2005 - Issues & Options Consultation

• April/May 2006 - Preferred Options Consultation

• November 2006 - Submission to Secretary of State

• June 2007 - Independent Examination

• December 2007 - Adoption

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PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION & ESTATES

www.cornwall.gov.uk

Development Control

• Waste management applications are “County Matters”

• Decisions in accordance with the Development Plan

- Waste Local Plan- Waste Development Framework