Environmental Impact Assessment: A Guide to Procedures
Thomas Telford, 2000 - 111 sayfa
This guide explains how EC requirements for environmental impact assessment have been incorporated into procedures in the UK. It revises the booklet Environmental Assessment: A Guide to the Procedures, published in 1989, to take account of the requirements of the Directive 97/11/EC, which was adopted on 3 March 1997 and came into force on 14 March 1999. Parts 1 and 2 of the guide explain the procedures that apply to projects that fall within the scope of the Directive and require planning permission in England and Wales. They also give general advice and guidance, applicable to all types of project, on the nature of environmental impact assessment and on the practical aspects of preparing an environmental statement. Part 3 of the guide gives a brief account of the procedures that apply to other projects within the scope of the Directive but are not approved under planning procedures, for example, motorways, harbour works and long distance pipelines. An extensive Appendix section includes the text of Directive 85/337/EEC as amended by Directive 97/11/EC; a list of the requirements of the Regulations as to the content of environmental statements; a checklist of matters to be considered for inclusion in an environmental statement; flowcharts illustrating the main procedural stages; and UK statutory instruments and other official publications on environmental impact assessment.
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Obtaining a ruling on the need for EIA
Content of the environmental statement
Determination of application
Projects to which the Town and Country Planning
Requirements of the Regulations as to the content
Flow charts illustrating the main procedural stages
amended Appendix Assembly for Wales Assessment of Environmental booklet CD CD chemical Commission competent authority considered construction consult Council Directive Country Planning Environmental criteria cubic metres development consent Directive 97/1 I/EC EIA is required Electricity Act 1989 England and Wales Environment Agency Environmental Impact Assessment environmental statement exceeds extraction fall within Annex Forestry harbour hectares included in Annex industrial installations kilometres listed building local planning authority megawatts Member National Assembly nuclear power stations paragraph particular petroleum Pipe-line planning application planning authority Planning Environmental Impact planning permission procedures projects not included proposed development Public Gas Transporter radioactive waste Regulations 1999 Regulations 2000 Regulations Northern Ireland relevant request require EIA require planning permission road Schedule 2 projects scoping opinion Scotland Scottish Executive screening opinion Secretary Semi-Natural Areas sensitive area significant effects significant environmental effects statutory consultees storage submitted thresholds tonnes Town and Country Welsh Office Whereas