With some social restrictions being eased across the UK this week, our focus remains ensuring casework events can be planned ahead with certainty and to keep casework moving whilst protecting the health of staff and customers.
Today, Friday 19 February 2021, the application for the Wheelabrator Kemsley Generating Station (K3) has been given development consent by the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Wheelabrator Kemsley North (WKN) Waste to Energy Facility was not granted consent.
The Planning Inspectorate deals with planning appeals, national infrastructure planning applications, examinations of local plans and other planning-related and specialist casework in England and Wales.
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• Use the Appeals Casework Portal for new appeals • Use the Appeals Casework Portal for making comments on appeals • Email/ring their case officer directly • Do not post to Temple Quay House if possible – this delays the process
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