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The Environment Agency has received a new bespoke application for an environmental permit under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010 from Mr Ian Hopkins.
- Application number: EPR/FB3699NH/A001
- Regulated facility type: Septic tank and infiltration system
- Regulated facility location: Whitbarrow Hall Caravan Park, Whitbarrow Hall Caravan Park, Berrier, Penirth, CA11 OXB,
- National grid reference discharge point: NY 41232 28551
- Receiving environment: Soakaway
- Effluent type: Septic tank effluent
- Volume: 15 cubic metres per day
1. How to view the application
The information is held on the Environment Agency register at the following location
Penrith 40 Business Park
You can look at the register 9.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. Please phone the Environment Agency’s National Customer Contact Centre on 03708 506 506 to arrange an appointment. You may get a copy of documents on the register. The Environment Agency may charge to cover copying costs.
2. How to comment on the application
If you have any comments on the application send these by 23 December 2014.
Or write to:
Permitting and Support Centre
99 Parkway Avenue
Normally the Environment Agency must put any responses we receive on the public register. This includes your name and contact details. Please tell us if you don’t want your response to be public.
The Environment Agency must decide whether to grant or refuse the application. If they grant it, they must decide what conditions to include in the permit.