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TILBURY GREEN POWER LIMITED THE ELECTRICITY GENERATING STATIONS (VARIATION OF CONSENTS) (ENGLAND AND WALES) REGULATIONS 2013 ("THE VARIATION REGULATIONS") REGULATION 5 THE ELECTRICITY WORKS (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) (ENGLAND AND WALES) REGULATIONS 2017 ("THE EIA REGULATIONS") REGULATION 22(5) BIOMASS AND ENERGY FROM WASTE GENERATING STATION, TILBURY DOCKS, ESSEX

Notice ID: COL1767108

Notice effective from
30th July 2020 to 29th August 2020

TILBURY GREEN POWER LIMITED THE ELECTRICITY GENERATING STATIONS (VARIATION OF CONSENTS) (ENGLAND AND WALES) REGULATIONS 2013 (“THE VARIATION REGULATIONS”) REGULATION 5 THE ELECTRICITY WORKS (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) (ENGLAND AND WALES) REGULATIONS 2017 (“THE EIA REGULATIONS”) REGULATION 22(5) BIOMASS AND ENERGY FROM WASTE GENERATING STATION, TILBURY DOCKS, ESSEX
Notice is given that Tilbury Green Power Limited, Tilbury Docks, Port of Tilbury, Essex RM18 7PU (the “Applicant”) has made an application (the “Variation Application”) to the Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (the “Secretary of State”) under Section 36C of the Electricity Act 1989 to vary the consent (Ref: 12.04.09.04/266C) granted on 26 March 2020 (the “2020 Consent”) and the direction under Section 90 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (Section 90 Direction) to construct and operate a biomass and energy from waste generating station at Tilbury Docks, Essex. The current Section 36 Consent authorises the construction and operation of two generating units having a combined generating capacity of 80 MW. The Variation Application requests the Secretary of State to consent to vary the 2020 Consent and the Section 90 Direction as follows: • To amend the Section 36 Red-line Boundary • to amend Condition 56 to remove the restriction on the quantity of waste material transported to the site by road and to include a requirement to report every 5 years on the commercial viability of available waste transport modes The Applicant received a notice under Regulation 4(6) of the Variation Regulations that the Secretary of State considers the variation application to be suitable for publication on 16th July 2020. The Variation Application is accompanied by a Supporting Statement and Supplementary Environmental Information Report. These documents set out the reasons for the application, the status of existing planning permissions and consents and assesses the environmental effects of the changes proposed to the Tilbury Green Power development. Due to Government advice regarding the current Covid-19 situation, it is not possible for copies of the Variation Application or any associated information to be inspected at the offices of Thurrock Council in the usual way. Further information on the Variation Application and the application documents is available free of charge on the application website www.TilburyERF.com Hard copies and CD copies of the Variation Application documents may be obtained from Tilbury Green Power Limited via the link on the application website or by telephone at 01375 487451. Any person wishing to make representations on the Variation Application should do so by email only to beiseip@ beis.gov.uk for the attention of: The Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy c/o Denise Libretto Energy Infrastructure Planning Team All representations other than from the relevant planning authority (Thurrock Council) should be received by the Secretary of State no later than 4th September 2020. Unless otherwise indicated, copies of any objections or representations received will be regarded as public documents and will be copied to the Applicant and Thurrock Council. Representations will be published on the application website. Representations received by the Secretary of State will be handled in compliance with the Department’s Privacy Notice relating to correspondence received by BEIS see: https://www.gov.uk/government/ publications/beis-correspondence-privacy-notice/privacy-notice-relating-to-correspondence-received-by-the-department- for-business-energy-and-industrial-strategy-beis. Any representations received by the Secretary of State will be shared with Thurrock Council and the Applicant with all personal information removed. Should the Applicant provide any further environmental information to the Secretary of State, the Applicant will publish a notice in accordance with Regulation 26 of the EIA Regulations 2017 stating how that information may be inspected and copies obtained, the address that any objections or representations must be sent to and the date (no earlier than 30 days after the last notice is published) by which any such objections or representations must be submitted. The further environmental information will be made available free of charge on the Application website. Pursuant to Regulation 8 of the Variation Regulations the Secretary of State may cause a public inquiry to be held into the Variation Application if it considers it appropriate to do so having considered: (a) any representations made about the Variation Application to the Secretary of State - (i) which a relevant planning authority makes within two months of the date on with a copy of the Variation Application was served on it under Regulation 5(2((b) of the Variation Regulations; and (ii) which any other person makes on or before the date specified in accordance with Regulation 5(5)(b)(iii) of the Variation Regulations, where those representations are not withdrawn; and (b) all other material considerations. The Secretary of State may consent to vary the 2020 Consent or may refuse consent to vary that consent

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