Date: 1 September 2021
OCC ref: MW.0122/20
Clerk to Cassington Parish Council
Environment and Place
Assistant Director Strategic Infrastructure and Planning
Dear Mrs Cameron
Planning application by Hanson Quarry Products Europe Ltd for planning permission: Section 73 application for the continuation of the winning and working of sand and gravel with restoration using suitable imported materials to vary conditions 2, 3 and 6 of planning permission 19/02521/CM (MW.0111/19) in order to extend the period of extraction until 31st December 2022 and the time period for restoration until 31st December 2024 to allow for sufficient time for the working of mineral from beneath the plant site and the revised restoration of the plant site at Cassington Quarry, Cassington Road, Yarnton, OX29 4EB
Additional information has been submitted relating to the above application. The following new documents have been submitted:
• S73 app Aug 2021 letter to further amend dates due to newt process
‘S73 app Aug 2021 letter to further amend dates due to newt process’ has been submitted to change the revised timescales originally sought. The new proposed end date for extraction is 31st December 2022 and the restoration date to 31st December 2024. There are no other changes for this application.
You can view all the documents and comment online at the link below, using reference MW.0122/20.
Please can you submit any comments you may have by 30 September 2021.
Any comments made previously will still be taken into account in the determination of the application. There is no need to write again unless you have further comments specifically on the new information or amendment to the proposals.
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