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Details can be found below in relation to Hazardous Substance Consents. This outlines when Hazardous Substance Consent are required, how to apply for consent and how to access the public register of sites with a Hazardous Substance consent.
Hazardous Substance Consent is required when substances on a site are at, or in excess of the 'controlled quantity' as set out in the Planning (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2015.
What constitutes a Hazardous Substance and the procedures for applications are set out within the same regulations.
Hazardous Substances Application Forms and Certificates (new consents and consents for continuation or modification).
Applications can be made here and the relevant certificates can be found within Form 2 of the Planning (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2015. Every application must also be accompanied by a signed certificate relating to ownership.
Any application must be made in writing to the Council and include the following information as a minimum:
Section 28 of the Planning (Hazardous Substance) Act 1990 requires the Council to maintain a public register of sites at which hazardous substances are permitted to be located.
Further information in relation to Hazardous Substances Consent can be found within the following links.