Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

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Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

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Representation ID: 365

Received: 13/01/2010

Respondent: Civil Aviation Authority

Representation Summary:

Other Civil Aerodromes - Operators/licensees of civil aerodromes other than those that are officially safeguarded are advised to take steps to protect their locations from the effects of possible adverse development. To this end local authorities might agree to accept a 'non-official' safeguarding map from any local aeronautical site. If the Council has agreed to hold such maps it should approach the site operator directly for comment on planning matters. Local planning authorities are asked to respond sympathetically to requests for non-official safeguarding. The CAA is prepared to offer advice on the preparation of a non official safeguarding map at the request of any aerodrome operator or local planning authority. ODPM Circular 1/2003 (annex 2, paragraph 13) refers.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

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Representation ID: 366

Received: 13/01/2010

Respondent: Civil Aviation Authority

Representation Summary:

Telecom Installations - Whilst it is noted that the General Development Order states that applications for masts within 3 km of an aerodrome should contain evidence of notification to the CAA or aerodrome operator, the appropriate contact is the aerodrome operator. Notification to the CAA will result in advice to contact the aerodrome operator.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

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Representation ID: 367

Received: 13/01/2010

Respondent: Civil Aviation Authority

Representation Summary:

Wind Turbines - All wind turbine proposals, whether prior to, or at, formal planning application state, should be notified to both the CAA's Directorate of Airspace Policy and to the Ministry of Defence (Defence Estates) addresses supplied.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

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Representation ID: 368

Received: 13/01/2010

Respondent: Civil Aviation Authority

Representation Summary:

High Structures - Notwithstanding the requirements of local aerodrome operators to consider the impact of structures within their (official of unofficially) safeguarded area, away from the immediate vicinity of an aerodrome, tall structures might nevertheless constitute an aviation hazard. In view of this, there is a mandatory lighting requirement for structures less than 150m or more. Moreover, away from aerodromes, even structures less than 150m high may need to be lit if by virtue of their nature or location they constitute a significant hazard to air navigation. It is recommended that all proposed developments over 90m in height should be notified to the Directorate of Airspace Policy (DAP) and comment sought relating to the need otherwise for aviation obstruction lights. Additionally, to cater for the need to record in aviation documents and charts at structures extending 91.4m (300ft) above ground level, local planning authorities are asked to inform the CAA/DAP about developments that might breach this level. DFT/ODPM Circular 1/2003 (annex 2, paragraph 30-32) refers.

Comment

Planning Obligation - A Guide to Section 106 and Developer Contributions

1.1

Representation ID: 369

Received: 13/01/2010

Respondent: Civil Aviation Authority

Representation Summary:

Venting and Flaring - Venting and flaring of gas should be anticipated with mineral extraction. This might have a potential impact upon the safe operation of aircraft in the immediate vicinity. With this in mind, should planning permission be granted, it would be essential to establish whether such releases of gas would constitute a potential danger to overlying aircraft. If there were such a danger, the site would need to be promulgated to the aviation community along with advisory avoidance criteria.

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