Environmental Protection

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Midlothian Council



The proposed development at Former Millerhill Marshalling Yards, Whitehill Road, Millerhill, Planning Application Reference 17/01003/DPP is subject to assessment under the Town And Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) (Scotland) Regulations 2017.

Notice is hereby given that an EIA report has been submitted to Midlothian Council by FCC Environment (UK) Ltd relating to Amendment to bale storage building to provide an open frontage (amendment to planning permission 15/00285/DPP - erection of recycling and energy recovery centre etc, at Former Millerhill Marshalling Yards, Whitehill Road, Millerhill.

Possible decisions relating to the application are: -

(i) approval of the application without conditions

(ii) approval of the application with conditions

(iii) refusal of the application

A copy of the EIA report, the associated application, and other documents submitted with the application may be inspected in the register of planning applications kept by Midlothian Council in the Online Planning pages of www.midlothian.gov.uk, and can be made available for viewing during office hours at the council address detailed below. The report may be viewed during the period of 30 days beginning with the date of this notice..

Hard copies of the Environmental Statement are available at a cost of £300 from the following address: AXIS, Camellia House, 76 Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5BB (cheques should be made payable to AXIS P.E.D. Ltd.). They can also be purchased on a CD at a cost of £25. Alternatively, the Non Technical Summary is available through the same point of contact in an electronic format, free of charge. In addition, all of the planning application documentation can be downloaded from Midlothian Council's website.

Any person who wishes to make representations to Midlothian Council about the EIA report should make them in writing to the Council at: Development Management, Education, Communities and Economy, Midlothian Council, Fairfield House, 8 Lothian Road, Dalkeith, EH22 3AA or via the comments function on the online planning page at www.midlothian.gov.uk.

Peter Arnsdorf, Planning Manager

18 January 2018