Consultations

Erection of 2 No. Raw Material Silos, an Extension to the Existing CHIP Reparation Building, the Erection of 3 No. Silos Associated with the CHIP Preparation Building, and Associated Works

AXIS has been commissioned by Kronospan to prepare a detailed planning application for the erection of 2 no. raw material silos, an extension to the existing chip preparation building, the erection of 3 no. silos associated with the chip preparation building, and associated works.

Prior to the formal submission of the application to the Local Planning Authority (Wrexham County Borough Council), and in accordance with the requirements set out in Part 1A of the Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2016, the proposed development must be subject to a pre-application consultation process.

Relevant drawings, reports and supporting documents that will comprise and support the planning application are available for inspection and review, via the links below, prior to the application being submitted.

Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposed development must do so by 28th July 2022. We would encourage you to e-mail your comments to consultations@axisped.co.uk. Alternatively, please download the Consultation-Response-Form, complete and send it to:

Axis PED Ltd, Well House Barns, Chester Road, Bretton, Flintshire, CH4 0DH. This will enable your comments to be considered prior to the planning application being finalised and submitted.

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Erection of an Engineering Store Building to include Apprentice Workshop and Ancillary Works at Kronospan, Chirk

AXIS has been commissioned by Kronospan to prepare a detailed planning application for the erection of an engineering store building to include apprentice workshop, and ancillary works.

Prior to the formal submission of the application to the Local Planning Authority (Wrexham County Borough Council), and in accordance with the requirements set out in Part 1A of the Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2016, the proposed development must be subject to a pre-application consultation process.

Relevant drawings, reports and supporting documents that will comprise and support the planning application are available for inspection and review, via the links below, prior to the application being submitted.

Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposed development must do so by 12th June 2022. We would encourage you to e-mail your comments to consultations@axisped.co.uk. Alternatively, please download the Consultation-Response-Form, complete and send it to:

Axis PED Ltd, Well House Barns, Chester Road, Bretton, Flintshire, CH4 0DH. This will enable your comments to be considered prior to the planning application being finalised and submitted.

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Virtual Public Consultation on the Proposed 49.9 MW Battery Storage Facility, Former Killoch Colliery, Cumnock, East Ayrshire, K18 2QH

** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

We welcome your views*

Brockwell Energy Ltd are proposing a 49.9 Mega Watt (MW) energy storage facility consisting of 26 containerised battery storage modules, associated transformers, and switch gear (please see general layout plan below). The proposed location of the scheme is on the site of the former Killoch Colliery, immediately north of the existing substation (please see site location plan available below).

In accordance with the requirements set out in Part 1A of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2013 (As Amended), the proposal must be subject to a pre-application consultation process.

AXIS are Brockwell Energy’s planning agent, and are running the public consultation for the scheme, which consists of this consultation website and two virtual public consultation events with live Q&A sessions for you (members of the public) to ask questions to the project team.

This website includes the following details on the proposed battery storage facility, which can all be viewed below:

  • Indicative drawings showing:
    1. The general arrangement plan of the proposed battery storage facility;
    2. The components of the scheme and their elevations;
    3. A landscaping plan.
  • A FAQ sheet explaining what a battery storage facility is, and details on the site and its context.
  • How to get involved with the consultation.
  • Dates and timings of two virtual public consultation events:
    1. First event: Thursday 24th March at 19:00
    2. Second event: Tuesday 26th April at 19:00
  • Next steps.

*PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CONSULTATION AND PROPOSAL IS NOT RELATED TO THE KILLOCH ENERGY FROM WASTE INCINERATOR APPLICATION.

Virtual public consultation events

Please join us at our first virtual public consultation event on Thursday 24th March at 19:00 to discuss the Killoch battery storage facility proposals, which will include an open Q&A session. To register to attend the event, please email consultations@axisped.co.uk

A second virtual public consultation event will follow on Tuesday 26th April at 19:00, please also use the above email address to register for this event.

Submit your comments

If you are unable to access the website, wish to discuss the proposal, or require any further information, please contact us by:

You can make comments on the proposal directly to the project team at this stage using the above details. These comments must be submitted no later than Friday 13th May. This will enable your comments to be considered prior to the planning application being finalised and submitted.

Please note that at this stage in the planning process, all comments must be sent to the project team using the contact details provided above and NOT to East Ayrshire Council. There will be an opportunity to make representations to the Council upon submission of a formal planning application for the proposal.

Next Steps

Following the end of the public consultation period, Axis will collate all comments received to include in a ‘Pre-Application Consultation’ (PAC) report. This will form part of the planning application’s submission.

AXIS are planning to formally submit the planning application to East Ayrshire Council in late May 2022. Once the planning application is validated, you will be given the opportunity to comment further on the application directly to the Council during the statutory consultation period.

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Demolition of the Existing Reception Building and the Erection of a Building to Create a Covered Loading Yard, New Reception Building, Fences, Gates and Altered Internal Acess and Ancillary Works Kronospan, Chirk

** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

AXIS has been commissioned by Kronospan to prepare a detailed planning application for the demolition of the existing reception building and the erection of a building to create a covered loading yard, new reception building, fences, gates and altered internal access, and ancillary works.

Prior to the formal submission of the application to the Local Planning Authority (Wrexham County Borough Council), and in accordance with the requirements set out in Part 1A of the Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2016, the proposed development must be subject to a pre-application consultation process.

Relevant drawings, reports and supporting documents that will comprise and support the planning application are available for inspection and review, via the links below, prior to the application being submitted.

Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposed development must do so by 25th March 2022. We would encourage you to e-mail your comments to consultations@axisped.co.uk. Alternatively, please download the Consultation-Response-Form, complete and send it to:

Axis PED Ltd, Well House Barns, Chester Road, Bretton, Flintshire, CH4 0DH. This will enable your comments to be considered prior to the planning application being finalised and submitted.

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Development of a Warehouse Building in the North Eastern Area of the Site and Ancillary Works including Alteration to Existing Bund and Existing East Warehouse at Kronospan, Chirk

** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

AXIS has been commissioned by Kronospan to prepare a detailed planning application for the development of a warehouse building in the north eastern area of the site and ancillary works, including alteration to existing bund and existing east warehouse.

Prior to the formal submission of the application to the Local Planning Authority (Wrexham County Borough Council), and in accordance with the requirements set out in Part 1A of the Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2016, the proposed development must be subject to a pre-application consultation process.

Relevant drawings, reports and supporting documents that will comprise and support the planning application are available for inspection and review, via the links below, prior to the application being submitted.

Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposed development must do so by 1st July 2021 (please note that this is extended from 17th June 2021). We would encourage you to e-mail your comments to consultations@axisped.co.uk. Alternatively, please download the Consultation-Response-Form, complete and send it to:

Axis PED Ltd, Well House Barns, Chester Road, Bretton, Flintshire, CH4 0DH. This will enable your comments to be considered prior to the planning application being finalised and submitted.

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Proposals for Garages Accessed from Crossway, Raynes Park, SW20

** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

AXIS and Mohsin Cooper Architects have recently been asked to consider the sites potential for redevelopment. We invite local residents to comment on the proposals for the redevelopment of this site, which is accessed from Crossway. The site currently consists predominantly of garages which have fallen into disrepair.

Details of the proposal are contained within the document below.

  • Pre-Application-Summary
  • If you would like to submit comments then please email them to consultations@axisped.co.uk. Please ensure that the subject line includes the reference “Garages Accessed from Crossway, Raynes Park”.

    Comments should be received by 6pm on Monday 12th April 2021.

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    Virtual Exhibition for the Holyhead Waterfront Regeneration Scheme

    ** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

    AXIS has been commissioned by Conygar Holyhead Ltd to prepare and submit a detailed planning application for a mixed-use development along Holyhead Waterfront.

    To ensure that the local community is properly consulted and has a full understanding of the proposals, a virtual public exhibition is being presented between 11th January and 1st February 2021 which can be accessed via the following link: https://holyheadwaterfront.consultationonline.co.uk/

    Your views on the proposals are important to us and will be considered, in due course, prior to the submission of the planning application, later in 2021.

    Update: We are no longer accepting feedback, however, the virtual exhibition remains open, should you wish to view the proposals.


    Application for the Proposed Development of a Gas Peaking Plant on Land to the North of National Grid’s 275/400KV Legacy Substation, Talwrn, Wrexham LL14 4HY

    ** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

    AXIS has been commissioned by HG638LEG Limited to prepare and submit a planning application for a gas peaking plant on land to the north of the existing National Grid Legacy Substation. The plant will generate up to 49.5MW and therefore constitutes a Development of National Significance (DNS) in Wales under the Developments of National Significance (Wales) Regulations 2016 (as amended). In accordance with Section 62 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, the application will be made to the Welsh Ministers.

    Fuller details regarding the details of the application are provided within the introductory section of the Planning Statement in the application documentation below.

    In accordance with the requirements of relevant DNS Regulations, a six week pre-application public consultation is required, which is the stage the application is at currently. Therefore, this webpage has been produced in order to ensure that interested parties can access the full suite of planning application documentation and make representations should they wish. There will also be a chance to make comments during the applications submission consultation period.

    Anyone who wishes to make representations must do so by 6:00pm on 18th October 2020.

    Representations can be made by emailing comments to consultations@axisped.co.uk. Hard copies of the draft application documents can also be provided on request using the telephone number 0844 8700 007. This number can also be used if interested persons wish to discuss the application.

    These means will enable your comments to be considered, as part of the pre-application consultation process.

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    Proposed Section 73 Application to Amend and Delete Various Conditions Attached to Outline Planning Permission Ref. 19C1046A/EIA/ECON

    ** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

    AXIS has been commissioned by Conygar Holyhead Ltd to prepare and submit a planning application, made under section 73 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended) to vary and remove various conditions attached to outline planning permission 19C1046A/EIA/ECON. The planning application was submitted to Isle of Anglesey County Council on 4th March 2020 and has now been registered (ref. VAR/2020/20/EIA).

    Fuller details regarding the precise purpose of the application are provided within the introductory sections of the application documentation below. However, by way of summary, the principal purpose of the planning application is to vary Conditions 3 and 4 of the above-referenced planning permission in order to extend the period of time within which reserved matters application(s) can be submitted and also extend the time period for the development being implemented.

    In accordance with the requirements of relevant legislation, the Council is required to advertise the fact that it has received a planning application which is supported by an Environmental Impact Assessment. This webpage has been produced in order to ensure that interested parties can access the full suite of planning application documentation and make representations directly to the Council, should they wish.

    Anyone who wishes to make representations to the Council must do so by midnight on Tuesday 14th April 2020. Representations can be made by emailing comments to planning@anglesey.gov.uk or by letter posted to the following address:

    Planning Function
    Regulatory and Economic Development
    Isle of Anglesey County Council
    Llangefni
    Anglesey
    LL77 7TW

    This will enable your comments to be considered, as part of the planning application determination process.

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    Proposed Warehousing Units at Tir Llwyd Enterprise Park, St. Asaph Avenue, Kinmel Bay, Conwy

    ** CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED **

    AXIS has been commissioned by Plumbworkz Ltd to prepare a detailed planning application for the construction and operation of two new warehousing units including ancillary office space, including preparatory earthworks, hardstandings and associated infrastructure.

    Prior to the formal submission of the application to the Local Planning Authority (Conwy County Borough Council), and in accordance with the requirements set out in Part 1A of the Town & Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) Order 2016, the proposed development must be subject to a pre-application consultation process.

    All relevant drawings, reports and supporting documents that will comprise and support the planning application are available for inspection and review, via the links below, prior to the application being submitted.

    Anyone who wishes to make representations about this proposed development must do so by midnight on Monday 9th December 2019. We would encourage you to e-mail your comments to consultations@axisped.co.uk. Alternatively, please download the Consultation-Response-Form, complete and send it to:
    Axis PED Ltd, Well House Barns, Chester Road, Bretton, Flintshire, CH4 0DH. This will enable your comments to be considered prior to the planning application being finalised and submitted.

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