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Thurrock Power Limited

Notice ID: COL2071713

Notice effective from
29th April 2021 to 29th May 2021

Thurrock Power Limited
Notice of proposed changes to an accepted Development Consent Order: consultation on submission of supplementary environmental information for EIA development
Thurrock Flexible Generation Plant

An application for development consent ('the DCO application') was submitted by Thurrock Power Limited to the Secretary of State, c/o the Planning Inspectorate, on 27 May 2020 and was accepted for examination on 24 June 2020. The reference number applied to the DCO application is EN010092.
Notice is hereby given that Thurrock Power Limited ('the Applicant') of 1st Floor, 145 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 7LP has made an application to amend the DCO application as made and is consulting on the additional environmental information related to the changes to that change application ('the Application').
The Thurrock Flexible Generation Plant Development
The DCO application is for an order which would authorise the construction, operation and decommissioning of a gas fired flexible electricity generation plant and battery storage facility in Thurrock, Essex ('the Proposed Development'). The DCO application involves EIA development.
The Proposed Development consists of: reciprocating gas engines with net electrical output totalling 600 MW, batteries with net electrical output of 150 MW and storage capacity of up to 600 MW, associated electrical and control equipment, creation of temporary and permanent private access routes for construction and access in operation including a causeway for the delivery of abnormal indivisible loads by barge, a gas pipeline connection to the gas national transmission system, an electrical export connection via underground cables to the immediately adjacent National Grid Tilbury Substation, and habitat creation or enhancement for protected species translocation and biodiversity gain.
The development consent order ('DCO') would authorise the compulsory acquisition of land, interests in land and rights over land, and the powers to use land permanently and temporarily for the construction, operation and maintenance of the Proposed Development.
The Application to amend the DCO application
The Applicant has requested an amendment to the access arrangements for oversized abnormal indivisible loads which requires additional land, a new work and a new sub-work to be added to the land affected by the DCO. The changes proposed add new land to the application and include the construction of a new work (new area of access road) wand an addition to the previously proposed access works. This consultation seeks view on the additional environmental information which will be submitted to support that change.
Copies of the change documents
Copies of the proposed changes, the revised draft Development Consent Order, land plans identifying the additional land and land affected by the provision and an addendum to the ES are available at: https://infrastructure.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/projects/south-east/thurrock-flexible-generation-plant  and in the 'Documents' section of the Applicant's website: http://thurrockpower.co.uk  
If you require alternative methods for inspection of the application documents, please telephone the applicant on: 0207 186 0580 or email: contact@thurrockpower.co.uk .
We will consider your request and are able to provide guidance on using the project website, provide a USB stick containing the application documents free of charge, and/or offer free loan of the application documents on an electronic document reader during the period for making Representations (see below). Loaned electronic document readers will be delivered to your chosen address by courier arranged by the Applicant and collected after 28 May 2021.
The Applicant would normally make available at least one location for viewing the Application documents in the vicinity of the application site. However, due to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and the UK Government's advice relating to health and safety, we are unable to provide hard copy documents to view at a deposit location in the locality of the Proposed Development site. The Applicant notes that the Government has issued guidance that a website is a 'place' for the purposes of inspecting documents across all planning regimes. We therefore strongly encourage you to take advantage of the electronic methods of viewing the application documents set out above. Hard copies of the application documents can be requested but will be subject to a maximum charge of £500 for each copy. Requests for electronic or hard copy documents can be made in the following ways:
Email: contact@thurrockpower.co.uk
Telephone: 0207 186 0580
The documents will be available for inspection until 28 May 2021. Making Representations about the additional environmental information Any person may make representations on the additional environmental information by emailing contact@thurrockpower.co.uk .
Please note that Representations must be received by Thurrock Power by 23.59 on 28 May 2021. All representations submitted will be submitted to Planning Inspectorate as part of Thurrock Power Limited's report on this consultation and will be published on the Inspectorate's website and will be subject to their privacy policy, which can be viewed at: https://infrastructure.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/help/privacy-and-cookie/ .
It should be noted that the Inspectorate is reviewing its procedures due to the coronavirus outbreak, so please monitor their website for periodic updates. You can sign up for updates using the 'sign up' link on the website.
Further information about the Application can be obtained from the Applicant using the following contact details:
Email: contact@thurrockpower.co.uk  
Telephone: 0207 186 0580
Thurrock Power Limited

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