O’Reilly Concrete Planning Application – Wales
Exciting proposals are being advanced for the redevelopment of a site located at Tank Farm Way, Sully, Vale of Glamorgan. The 2.24 hectare site has been selected to facilitate UK operations and will employ circa 35 persons.
It is intended that a full planning application be submitted to the Vale of Glamorgan later this summer, so as to enable the existing premises to be extended, and also to allow for the installation of associated plant and machinery, whilst also providing for sufficient parking and circulatory space for vehicles.
In accordance with the requirements of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Wales) (Amendment) Order 2016, as of 1st August 2016 there is a requirement to undertake pre-application consultation on all planning applications for major development. We are therefore making available the contents of the intended planning application for this site in draft for consultation and comment.
Hard copies of the draft application documents can be viewed during normal office hours at the following address:-
The Security Hut,
Hexion UK Ltd,
Sully Moors Road,
Vale of Glamorgan,
Alternatively, electronic versions of the documents can be viewed at the bottom of this page
Documents will be displayed for a period of 28 days, ending on 30th June 2017. If you have any further questions about the proposed development or in respect of any matters contained within the application documents, please do not hesitate to contact our appointed planning consultant Simon Williams of Wardell Armstrong LLP (SWilliams@Wardell-Armstrong.com or Tel: 02920 729191).
Download the draft application contents:
– Application forms – click here
– Site location plan – click here
– Existing Site Plan – click here
– Existing Floor Plan – click here
– Existing Elevations – click here
– Proposed Site Plan – click here
– Proposed Floor Plan – click here
– Proposed Elevations – click here
– Design & Access Statement – click here
– Planning Statement – click here
– Flood Consequence Assessment – click here