Glasgow Airport Investment Area MARINE (SCOTLAND) ACT 2010 THE MARINE LICENSING (PRE-APPLICATION CONSULTATION) (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2013Notice ID: CB1012453
Glasgow Airport Investment Area
MARINE (SCOTLAND) ACT 2010
THE MARINE LICENSING (PRE-APPLICATION CONSULTATION) (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2013 Notice is hereby given that Renfrewshire Council, (having its registered office at Renfrewshire Council, Cotton Street, Paisley, PA1 1JD), plans to hold a pre-application consultation event regarding proposed licensable marine activity associated with the Glasgow Airport Investment Area (City Deal) Project (central grid reference NS489672). The proposed activity consists of the construction of two bridges (one in the Black Cart and one in the White Cart waters) and three outfalls. The bridges are expected to have two piers in the water that will be built within cofferdams. With regards to Marine Licensing, it is currently understood that a licence will be required for the cofferdams, piers and the outfalls.
Further information can be obtained concerning the licensable marine activities noted above from;
Name: Alan Anderson (GAIA City Deal Team Project Manager) Tel: 0300 300 0300 Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/gaia
The pre-application consultation events will be held as follows:
Renfrew Town Hall (8th May - 11am to 7pm) Paisley Town Hall (9th May - 11am to 7pm) Clydebank Town Hall (10th May - 11am to 7pm) Yoker Community Campus (11th May - 11am to 7pm)
Persons wishing to provide comments on the proposed licensable marine activities noted above can do so by writing to the prospective applicant at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by post, not later than the 9th June 2017, to:
City Deal Team Renfrewshire Council Renfrewshire House Cotton Street Paisley
Comments should be dated and should clearly state the name (in
block capitals) and full return email or postal address of those making comment. Comments made to the prospective application
are not representations to the Scottish Ministers. When an application for a marine licence is submitted to Scottish Ministers, an opportunity will be given for representations to be made to the Scottish Ministers on the application.