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8.8 Waste Consultation Areas Waste Consultation Areas 8.88 The extent of the waste consultation area designations for existing or permitted facilities tabled below are shown on the maps which follow. Inset Map No. Proposed sites with Waste Consultation Area designation Ref All site specific allocations tabled in policies SSP W1 to SSP W6 are protected by a Waste Consultation Area. Additionally Waste Consultation Areas are designated for the permitted and operational waste management sites listed below 123 Alconbury Hill, Alconbury SSP W8C 124 Bluntisham Recycling Centre, Bluntisham SSP W8E 43 Brickyard Farm Landfill, Godmanchester, SSP W8M 125 Bridgefoot Quarry, Flint Cross SSP W8F 60 Buckden Landfill, Buckden SSP W8AX 126 Cottenham Road, Cottenham SSP W8L 43 Cow Lane Landfill, Godmanchester SSP W8M 127 Cowley Road, Cambridge SSP W8N 128 Dawson Plant Hire, Swavesey SSP W8P 129 Ely Road, Littleport SSP W8R 130 Fordham Road, Snailwell SSP W8T 131 Eyebury Landfill SSP W8U 132 Factory Bank, Ramsey SSP W8V 133 Former Mepal Airfield, Sutton SSP W8W 134 Fourth Drove, Peterborough SSP W8X 135 Hasse Road, Soham SSP W8AB 136 Hook Lane, Wimblington SSP W8AC 63 Kennett Landfill, Kennett SSP W8BB 137 Lesanna Farm, Haslingfield SSP W8AE 52,54 Lion Yard, March SSP W8AI 138 Little Paxton SSP W8AF 139 Manea Road, Wimblington SSP W8AG 52,54 March Landfill, March SSP W8AI Minerals and Waste Site Specific Proposals Development Plan Document Adopted February 2012 291 8 Waste Management Facilities

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  • 8.8 Waste Consultation Areas

    Waste Consultation Areas

    8.88 The extent of the waste consultation area designations for existing or permitted facilities tabledbelow are shown on the maps which follow.

    Inset MapNo.

    Proposed sites with Waste Consultation Area designationRef

    All site specific allocations tabled in policies SSP W1 to SSP W6are protected by a Waste Consultation Area.

    Additionally

    Waste Consultation Areas are designated for the permitted andoperational waste management sites listed below

    123Alconbury Hill, AlconburySSP W8C

    124Bluntisham Recycling Centre, BluntishamSSP W8E

    43Brickyard Farm Landfill, Godmanchester,SSP W8M

    125Bridgefoot Quarry, Flint CrossSSP W8F

    60Buckden Landfill, BuckdenSSP W8AX

    126Cottenham Road, CottenhamSSP W8L

    43Cow Lane Landfill, GodmanchesterSSP W8M

    127Cowley Road, CambridgeSSP W8N

    128Dawson Plant Hire, SwaveseySSP W8P

    129Ely Road, LittleportSSP W8R

    130Fordham Road, SnailwellSSP W8T

    131Eyebury LandfillSSP W8U

    132Factory Bank, RamseySSP W8V

    133Former Mepal Airfield, SuttonSSP W8W

    134Fourth Drove, PeterboroughSSP W8X

    135Hasse Road, SohamSSP W8AB

    136Hook Lane, WimblingtonSSP W8AC

    63Kennett Landfill, KennettSSP W8BB

    137Lesanna Farm, HaslingfieldSSP W8AE

    52,54Lion Yard, MarchSSP W8AI

    138Little PaxtonSSP W8AF

    139Manea Road, WimblingtonSSP W8AG

    52,54March Landfill, MarchSSP W8AI

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    140March AD Plant (Westry)SSP W8AH

    141Marston Road, St NeotsSSP W8AJ

    142Meadow Lane, St IvesSSP W8AL

    143Milton Landfill, MiltonSSP W8AM

    144Wisbech Road, LittleportSSP W8AN

    145New Farm Cambridge Road, Hemingford AbbottsSSP W8AP

    146Pet Crematorium, A505, ThriplowSSP W8AR

    63Plantation Farm, KennettSSP W8BB

    147RamseySSP W8AT

    148South of Worsted Lodge, A11, PampisfordSSP W8AV

    149Southorpe Quarry, SouthorpeSSP W8AW

    150Ten Mile Bank, LittleportSSP W8BA

    64,65,73Thornhaugh ISSP W8J

    151ThriplowSSP W8BC

    52, 54Whitemoor Rail Depot / National Track Material Recycling Centre,March

    SSP W8AI

    152WhittleseySSP W8BF

    39Wisbech Household Recycling CentreSSP W8D

    153Witchford Road, WitchfordSSP W8BG

    154Woodhatch Farm, BramptonSSP W8BH

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  • 8.8.1 W8C - Alconbury Hill, Alconbury

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  • 8.8.2 W8E - Bluntisham Recycling Centre, Bluntisham

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  • 8.8.3 W8F - Bridgefoot Quarry, Flint Cross

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  • 8.8.4 W8L - Cottenham Road, Cottenham

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  • 8.8.5 W8N - Cowley Road, Cambridge

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  • 8.8.6 W8P - Dawson Plant Hire, Swavesey

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  • 8.8.7 W8R - Ely Road, Littleport

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  • 8.8.8 W8T - Fordham Road, Snailwell

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  • 8.8.9 W8U - Eyebury Landfill

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  • 8.8.10 W8V - Factory Bank, Ramsey

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  • 8.8.11 W8W - Former Mepal Airfield, Sutton

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  • 8.8.12 W8X - Fourth Drove, Peterborough

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  • 8.8.13 W8AB - Hasse Road, Soham

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  • 8.8.14 W8AC - Hook Lane, Wimblington

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  • 8.8.15 W8AE - Lesanna Farm, Haslingfield

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  • 8.8.16 W8AF - Little Paxton

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  • 8.8.17 W8AG - Manea Road, Wimblington

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  • 8.8.18 W8AH - March AD Plant (Westry)

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  • 8.8.19 W8AJ - Marston Road, St Neots

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  • 8.8.20 W8AL - Meadow Lane, St Ives

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  • 8.8.21 W8AM - Milton Landfill, Milton

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  • 8.8.22 W8AN - Wisbech Road, Littleport

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  • 8.8.23 W8AP - New Farm Cambridge Road, Hemingford Abbotts

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  • 8.8.24 W8AR - Pet Crematorium, A505, Thriplow

    Map 146

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  • 8.8.25 W8AT - Ramsey

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  • 8.8.26 W8AV - South of Worsted Lodge, A11, Pampisford

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  • 8.8.27 W8AW - Southorpe Quarry, Southorpe

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  • 8.8.28 W8BA - Ten Mile Bank, Littleport

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  • 8.8.29 W8BC - Thriplow

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  • 8.8.30 W8BF - Whittlesey

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  • 8.8.31 W8BG - Witchford Road, Witchford

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  • 8.8.32 W8BH - Woodhatch Farm, Brampton

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  • 9 Transport Zones

    9.1 Transport Zones

    Transport Zone Allocation

    9.1 The following site is allocated as a Transport Zone. A Map and site profile follow.

    Inset Map No.Site NameRef

    155North of Chesterton Sidings, CambridgeSSP T1A

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  • 9.1.1 T1A - North of Chesterton Sidings, Cambridge (T2E)

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  • Summary

    Land North of Chesterton SidingsSite Name

    Aggregate rail freight terminal and ancillary developmentDescription of ProposedUse

    9.9 haArea

    Estimated post 2014Approximate Timescale

    CambridgeDistrict

    Non ParishedParish

    TL 478 615Grid Ref

    Site Characteristics

    The site is located within Central Cambridge, 400 metres from River Cam, 490 metres fromMilton Road Hedgerow and 850 metres from Bramblefields County Wildlife SiteThe site lies immediately adjacent to an existing rail terminalWithin airfield safeguarding zone for Cambridge AirportSite lies within an area of high archaeological potential

    Implementation Issues

    9.2 Detailed assessment of development impacts and mitigation techniques will be required aspart of any development proposal through the planning process.

    9.3 The following will need to be addressed within a planning application:

    Development would be subject to measures protecting amenity of local communities forodour, noise (including HCV) and dustTransport Assessment required and proposals addressing HCV routing to the siteIn addition to minerals the rail line could be used to transport waste - increasing thecapacity of the siteNeed to take into account gas pipeline and sewerage infrastructure in the vicinity of thesiteDue to the proximity of several local sites of biodiversity importance, it is likely that thereis nature conservation interest in the area. Ecological and other environmental impactsto local nature conservation interests will need to be assessed at application stage andsuitable mitigation provided as necessaryFurther details need to be provided of the likely quantum of additional development-relatedtrips the site may generate, and which routes they would takeProposals will need to take into account restriction in relation to airport safeguarding areas,in respect of statutory height limits and potential for birdstrikeAny planning application will need to address the archaeological significance of the sitethrough assessment and evaluation.

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  • 9.2 Transport Safeguarding Areas

    Transport Safeguarding Areas

    9.4 The extent of each of the Transport Safeguarding Areas is shown on the maps which follow.

    Inset Map No.Site NameRef

    156Barrington Cement Works RailheadSSP T2A

    157Bourges Boulevard Rail Sidings, PeterboroughSSP T2B

    158Cambridge Northern Fringe (Aggregates Railhead)SSP T2C

    159European Metal Recycling, SnailwellSSP T2D

    155North of Chesterton Sidings, CambridgeSSP T2E

    160Queen Adelaide Railhead, ElySSP T2F

    161Whitemoor, MarchSSP T2G

    162Wisbech PortSSP T2H

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  • 9.2.1 T2A - Barrington Cement Works Railhead

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  • 9.2.2 T2B - Bourges Boulevard Rail Sidings, Peterborough

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  • 9.2.3 T2C - Cambridge Northern Fringe (Aggregates Railhead)

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  • 9.2.4 T2D - European Metal Recycling, Snailwell

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  • 9.2.5 T2F - Queen Adelaide Railhead, Ely

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  • 9.2.6 T2G - Whitemoor, March

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  • 9.2.7 T2H - Wisbech Port

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  • Appendix A Mineral Safeguarding AreasPlease note that Mineral Safeguarding Areas are addressed in the Cambridgeshire and PeterboroughMinerals and Waste Core Strategy through Policy CS26, and displayed on the Proposals Maps, PartC.

    Appendix D of the Core Strategy sets out the 'Methodology for Defining Mineral Safeguarding Areas'.The boundaries of the Mineral Safeguarding Areas are shown on Proposals Map C: MineralSafeguarding Areas, which is published as a separate document.

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  • Appendix B Replacement of Saved Local Plan PoliciesThe following schedule sets out the policies in the Minerals andWaste Development Plan Documentswhich are intended to supersede the existing saved Minerals and Waste Local Plan policies.

    Equivalent policy or policies in the Minerals and WasteLDF

    Cambridgeshire Aggregates(minerals) Local Plan 1991 -

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    Policy not savedCALP 1 Additional Reserves for thePlan Period

    Policy not savedCALP 2 Landbanks

    Policy CS4 The Scale and Location of Sand and GravelExtraction

    Policy CS5 Block Fen / Langwood Fen, Earith / Mepal

    CALP 3 Preferred Areas for FutureWorking

    Policy CS6 The Scale and Location of Future LimestoneExtraction

    Policy SSP M 1 Site Specific Sand and Gravel Allocations

    Policy SSP M 3 Limestone Extraction

    Policy CS13 Additional Mineral ExtractionCALP 4 Preferred Areas for FutureWorking

    Policy CS22 Climate Change

    Policy CS23 Sustainable Transport of Mineral and Waste

    CALP 5 Planning Considerations

    Policy CS24 Design of Sustainable Minerals and WasteManagement Facilities

    Policy CS25 Restoration and Aftercare of Mineral and WasteManagement Sites

    Policy CS32 Traffic and Highways

    Policy CS33 Protection of Landscape Character

    Policy CS34 Protecting Surrounding Uses

    Policy CS35 Biodiversity and Geodiversity

    Policy CS36 Archaeology and the Historic Environment

    Policy CS37 Public Rights of Way

    Policy CS38 Sustainable Use of Soils

    Policy CS39 Water Resources andWater Pollution Prevention

    Policy CS40 Airport Safeguarding

    Policy CS41 Ancillary Development

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  • Policy CS42 Agricultural Reservoirs, Potable WaterReservoirs and Incidental Mineral Extraction

    n/a not an appropriate policy to be retainedCALP 6 Establishment and controlof workings

    Policy not savedCALP 7 Agriculture

    Policy not savedCALP 8 Nature Conservation

    Policy CS36 Archaeology and the Historic EnvironmentCALP 9 Archaeology

    Policy CS33 Protection of Landscape CharacterCALP 10 Landscape

    Policy CS35 Biodiversity and GeodiversityCALP 11 Trees and Woodland

    Planning Conditions and Obligations Section in Chapter 11of the Core Strategy

    CALP 12 Planning Conditions

    Policy not savedCALP 13 Legal Agreements

    Policy CS23 Sustainable Transport of Minerals and WastePolicy CS32 Traffic and Highways

    CALP 14 Transportation

    Policy CS23 Sustainable Transport of Minerals and WastePolicy CS32 Traffic and Highways

    CALP 15 Transportation andExcavated Material

    Policy CS37 Public Rights of WayCALP 16 Transportation - Rights ofWay

    Policy CS25 Restoration and Aftercare of Mineral and WasteManagement Sites

    CALP 17 Restoration and Aftercare

    Policy CS25 Restoration and Aftercare of Mineral and WasteManagement Sites

    CALP18 Restoration and Aftercare

    Policy CS20 Inert Landfill

    Policy CS21 Non-Hazardous landfill

    CALP 19 Restoration and Aftercare

    Policies CS32 to CS46 (Development Control Policies)

    Policy CS25 Restoration and Aftercare of Mineral and WasteManagement Sites

    CALP 20 Aftercare

    Policy CS25 Restoration and Aftercare of Mineral and WasteManagement Sites

    CALP 21 Aftercare

    Policy CS11 Sand and Gravel BorrowpitsCALP 22 Borrow Pits

    Policy CS23 Sustainable Transport of Minerals and WasteCALP 23 Marine DredgedAggregates

    Policy CS32 Traffic and HighwaysPolicy CS41 Ancillary Development

    CALP 24 Associated IndustrialDevelopment

    Superseded by National Planning PolicyCALP 25 Review for Mineral Sites

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  • Policy CS4 The Scale and Location of Future Sand andGravelExtraction

    Policy CS13 Additional Mineral Extraction

    CALP 26 Former Mineral Workings

    Policy SSP M 1 Site Specific Sand and Gravel allocations

    Policy CS26 Mineral Safeguarding Areas

    Policy CS27 Mineral Consultation Areas

    CALP 27 Resource Conservation

    Policy SSP M 9 Mineral Consultation Areas

    Policy SSP M 10 Minerals Safeguarding Areas

    Policy not savedCALP 28 Ironstone

    Equivalent policy or policies in theMinerals andWasteLDF

    Cambridgeshire & PeterboroughWaste Local Plan 2003 – PolicyReference

    Policy CS2 Strategic Vision and Objectives for SustainableWaste Management Development

    WLP 1 Sustainable WasteManagement

    Policy CS28 Waste Minimisation, Re-use, and ResourceRecovery

    WLP 2 Resource Recovery

    Policy CS29 The Need for Waste ManagementDevelopment and the Movement of Waste

    WLP 3 The Need for WasteDevelopment and the Movement ofWaste

    Policy CS23 Sustainable Transport of Minerals and WasteWLP 4 Traffic/Highway Matters

    Policy CS32 Traffic and Highways

    Policy CS2 Strategic Vision and Objectives for SustainableWaste Management Development

    WLP 5 Transport of Waste – ProximityPrinciple

    Policy CS23 Sustainable Transport of Minerals and WasteWLP 6 Transport of Waste – Water,Rail and Pipeline

    Policy CS33 Protection of Landscape CharacterWLP 7 Protection of LandscapeCharacter

    No policy being taken forward, reliance placed on advicein Government Planning Policy Statements / GuidanceNotes

    WLP 8 Green Belt

    Policy CS43 Protecting Surrounding UsesWLP 9 Protecting Surrounding Uses

    Policy not savedWLP 10 Nature Conservation

    Policy CS35 Biodiversity and GeodiversityWLP 11 Protected Species

    Policy CS36 Archaeology and the Historic EnvironmentWLP 12 Archaeology and the HistoricEnvironment

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  • Policy CS37 Public Rights of WayWLP 13 Rights of Way

    Policy CS38 Sustainable Use of SoilsWLP 14 Agricultural Land

    Policy CS39 Water Resources and Water PollutionPrevention

    WLP 15 Water Resources andPollution Prevention

    No policy being taken forward, reliance placed on advicein Government Planning Policy Statements / GuidanceNotes

    WLP 16 Land Drainage and FloodplainProtection

    Policy CS40 Airport SafeguardingWLP 17 Airport Safeguarding

    Policy CS7 Recycled and Secondary AggregatesWLP 18 Major Waste ManagementFacilities

    Policy CS20 Inert Landfill

    Policy SSP W 2 Inert Landfill

    Policy CS30 Waste Consultation AreasWLP 19 Safeguarding WasteManagement Sites

    Policy CS31 Waste Water Treatment Works SafeguardingAreas

    Policy SSP W 7 Waste Water Treatment WorksSafeguarding Areas

    Policy SSP W 8 Waste Consultation Areas

    Policy CS16 Household Recycling CentresWLP 20 Household Waste RecyclingCentres

    Policy SSP W 1 Waste Recycling and Recovery Facilities

    Policy CS7 Recycled and Secondary AggregatesWLP 21 Inert Waste Recycling

    Policy SSP W 1 Waste Recycling and Recovery Facilities

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    WLP 22 Waste Transfer Station

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    WLP 23 Non-inert Materials RecoveryFacilities

    Policy SSP W 1 Waste Recycling and Recovery Facilities

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    WLP 24 Anaerobic Digestion Facilities

    Policy SSP W 1 Waste Recycling and Recovery Facilities

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    WLP 25 Indoor Composting Facilities

    Policy SSP W 1 Waste Recycling and Recovery Facilities

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  • Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    WLP 26Outdoor Composting Facilities

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    WLP 27 Energy from Waste

    Policy SSP W 1 Waste Recycling and Recovery Facilities

    Policy CS20 Inert LandfillWLP 28 Putrescible, Hazardous, andInert Landfill

    Policy CS21 Non-Hazardous Landfill

    Policy CS19 The Location of Hazardous Waste Facilities- Resource Recovery and Landfill

    Policy SSP W 2 Inert Waste Landfill

    Policy SSP W 5 General Hazardous Waste Landfill

    Policy CS45 LandraisingWLP 29 Landraising

    Policy CS43 Nuclear WasteWLP 30 Nuclear Waste

    Policy CS19 The Location of Hazardous Waste Facilities- Resource Recovery and Landfill

    WLP 31 Hazardous Waste Facilities

    Policy SSP W 5 General Hazardous Waste Landfill

    Policy CS19 The Location of Hazardous Waste Facilities- Resource and Recovery and Landfill

    WLP 32 Clinical Waste Facilities

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    Policy CS17 Waste Water Treatment WorksWLP 33 Sewage and Sewage Sludge

    Policy CS31 Waste Water Treatment Works SafeguardingAreas

    Policy SSP W 6 Waste Water Treatment Works

    Policy SSP W 7 Waste Water Treatment WorksSafeguarding Areas

    Policy CS41 Ancillary DevelopmentWLP 34 Ancillary Waste Development

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    Policy CS18 Waste Management Proposals OutsideAllocated Areas

    WLP 35 Metal Recycling Facilities

    Policy CS46 Mining of Landfill WasteWLP 36 Mining of Waste

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  • Appendix C GlossaryAftercare – steps to be taken to bring land back to a required standard of after use following mineralextraction and/or waste disposal.

    Afteruse- the ultimate land use to which former mineral or waste disposal sites are returned.

    Aggregates – See Primary aggregates and Secondary aggregates.

    Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) – a document produced by the local planning authority andsubmitted to Government by 31 December each year to report on progress in producing localdevelopment framework and implementing its policies.

    Appropriate Assessment (AA) - a requirement of the European Habitats Directive. Its purpose isto assess the impacts of the plans and projects on internationally designated nature conservationsites.

    Aquifer - Underground rock layers that hold groundwater, which are often an important source ofwater for public water supply, agriculture and industry.

    Area Action Plan (AAP) – a particular type of Local Development Document which provides aplanning framework for any area where significant change and/or conservation is needed.

    Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP) - a strategy prepared for a local area aimed at conserving andenhancing biological diversity.

    Borrowpit - A temporary mineral working supplying material for use solely in a specific constructionproject, particularly roads. Borrowpits are typically located next to or near to the construction site,and in the ideal situation are soon backfilled with waste materials, such as soft clay, that often haveto be removed from the construction area. Normally, large quantities of material, mainly bulk fill, arerequired over a short time.

    Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Joint Waste Management Strategy – joint strategy to reducethe volume of household waste going to landfill in Peterborough and Cambridgeshire by increasingrecycling and reuse.

    Commercial waste - waste from premises used for the purpose of trade or business, sport, recreationor entertainment.

    Community Strategy – a document prepared by local strategic partnerships (LSPs) as a set ofgoals and actions which they, in representing the residential, business, statutory and voluntaryinterests of an area, wish to promote.

    Compost - organic matter decomposed aerobically or anaerobically and used as a fertiliser or soilconditioner.

    Construction and Demolition Wastes - masonry and rubble wastes arising from the demolition orconstruction of buildings or other civil engineering structures. (This may also include a small fractionof non-inert waste e.g. timber).

    Core Strategy – is the principal development plan document which sets out the spatial vision forthe local planning authority’s area.

    Development Control Policies - set out a number of detailed planning policies that will be used bythe Councils' Planning Officers and Planning Committee in determining planning applications, inconjunction with the Core Policies set out in the Core Strategy.

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    CGlossary

  • Development Plan Document (DPD) – Development Plan Documents are prepared by local planningauthorities and outline the key development goals of the local development framework. All DPDsmust be subject to rigorous procedures of community involvement, consultation and independentexamination, and adopted after receipt of the inspector's binding report. Once adopted, developmentcontrol decisions must be made in accordance with them unless material considerations indicateotherwise.

    Energy fromWaste facilities – facilities designed to burn waste under controlled conditions at hightemperatures; heat is received from the processes to generate electricity or heat water as part ofwider utilisations schemes.

    Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) - the process of examining the environmentalconsequences of development projects in advance of decision-making.

    Environmental Statement (ES) - a document to be prepared following an Environmental Assessmentwhich provides a systematic and objective account of the significant environmental effects to whichthe proposed project is likely to give rise.

    European Sites - See Natura 2000.

    Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) - an assessment of the risk of flooding to the development beingproposed and its possible effects on flood risks elsewhere in terms of its impacts on flood flows, floodstorage capacity and run-off.

    Hazardous Wastes – Hazardous waste is essentially waste that contains hazardous properties thatmay render it harmful to human health or the Environment. The European Commission has issueda Directive on the controlled management of such waste (91/689/EEC) and hazardous waste isdefined on the basis of a list, the European Waste Catalogue, drawn up under that Directive.

    Household Waste - waste from a domestic property, caravan, residential home or from premisesforming part of a university or school or other educational establishment.

    Household Recycling Centres (HRCs) - place provided by the Waste Disposal Authority wheremembers of the public can deliver household wastes for disposal. Recycling facilities may also beprovided at these sites. (Also known as Civic Amenity Sites).

    In Vessel Composting Facilities – involves the composting process inside a vessel where conditionsare optimised for the breakdown of materials.

    Incineration - the burning of waste at high temperatures. This results in a reduction in bulk and mayinvolve energy reclamation.

    Industrial waste - wastes from any factory, transportation apparatus, scientific research, dredging,sewage and scrap metal.

    Inert waste - waste that does not significantly decompose or rot when deposited in landfill.

    Inert waste recycling facilities – facilities recycling material that does not significantly decomposeor rot.

    Landbank - a stock of planning permissions for the winning and working of minerals.

    Landfill - the deposit of waste onto and into land in such a way that pollution or harm to theenvironment is prevented and, through restoration, to provide land which may be used for anotherpurpose.

    Land Raising – raising land level by importing inert waste material.

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  • LSCP – London, Stansted, Cambridge & Peterborough growth area.

    Local Development Framework (LDF) – the term used to describe a folder of documents, whichincludes all the local planning authority's local development documents. An LDF comprisesDevelopment Plan Documents (which form part of the statutory development plan), SupplementaryPlanning Documents, Statement of Community Involvement, the Local Development Scheme, theAnnual Monitoring Report and any Local Development Orders or Simplified Planning Zones that mayhave been added.

    Local Development Documents (LDDs) - these include Development Plan Documents (which formpart of the statutory development plan) and Supplementary Planning Documents (which do not formpart of the statutory development plan). LDDs collectively deliver the spatial planning strategy forthe local planning authority's area.

    Local Development Scheme (LDS) – the local planning authority's time-scaled programme for thepreparation of Local Development Documents that must be agreed with government and reviewedevery year.

    Local / National Nature Reserve – site of Local or National nature conservation value.

    Local Plan - An old-style development plan prepared by district and other local planning authorities.These plans will continue to operate for a time after the commencement of the new developmentplan system, by virtue of specific transitional provisions.

    Materials Recycling (or recovery) Facility (MRF) – a facility to receive source separated waste,to sort it further and bulk it up for recycling.

    Minerals and Waste Development Plan (MWDP) – is the overall name for a suite of documentsrelating to Minerals and Waste in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

    Minerals Consultation Area (MCA) – an area that will ensure that consultation is undertaken withthe Mineral Planning Authority before non-mineral planning applications are determined.

    Mineral Planning Guidance/Statement (MPG/MPS) – guidance from central government to localauthorities relating to minerals planning.

    Mineral Planning Authority (MPA) - the local planning authority responsible for planning controlover mineral working and other minerals related development.

    Mineral Safeguarding Areas (MSA) - identifying and safeguarding mineral resources of potentialeconomic importance.

    Mixed Waste Stream Recycling Facilities – facility recycling different types of waste.

    Municipal SolidWaste (MSW) - wastes which are collected by local authorities. Principally comprisingwastes collected from households and household recycling sites but also include street sweepingsand local authority collected commercial and industrial waste.

    Natura 2000 (also known as the European sites) - EU wide network of nature protection areasestablished under the Habitats Directive. These areas are of high heritage value because of thenatural habitats or exceptional flora and fauna.

    Non-hazardous waste (also known as general non-hazardous waste) – waste which is neitherinert nor hazardous, permitted for disposal at a non-hazardous landfill.

    Permitted Reserves - mineral deposits with the benefit of planning permission for extraction.

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  • Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 - updates elements of the 1990 Town & CountryPlanning Act. The Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 introduced a statutory system forregional planning, a new system for local planning, reforms to the development control and compulsorypurchase and compensation systems and the removal of crown immunity from planning controls.

    Planning permission - formal consent given by the local planning authority to develop and use land.

    Planning Policy Guidance (PPG) - documents issued by Central Government setting out its nationalland use policies for England on different areas of planning. These are gradually being replaced byPlanning Policy Statements.

    Planning Policy Statements (PPS) – documents issued by Central Government to replace theexisting Planning Policy Guidance notes in order to provide greater clarity and to remove from nationalpolicy advice on practical implementation, which is better expressed as guidance rather than policy.

    Primary Aggregates – naturally occurring sand, gravel and crushed rock typically used for a varietyof construction and manufacturing purposes.

    Ramsar Site - identifies Wetlands of International Importance especially as Wildfowl Habitat.

    Reclamation – returning land to new or original use after mineral extraction.

    Recovery - the reclamation, collection and separation of materials from the waste stream.

    Recycled aggregates - are typically produced from construction and demolition wastes.

    Recycling - the recovery and re-use of materials for use or conversion into other products.

    Reduction - reducing the volume of waste by use of technology requiring less waste generationfrom production, or production of longer lasting products with lower pollution potential.

    Regional Planning Guidance (RPG) – regional planning policy and guidance issued for each regionin England by the Secretary of State. As part of the reform process the existing RPG becomes thespatial strategy for the region until revised by a replacement Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS).

    Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) – a strategy for how a region should look in 15 to 20 years timeand possibly longer. The Regional Spatial Strategy identifies the scale and distribution of new housingin the region, indicates areas for regeneration, expansion or sub-regional planning and specifiespriorities for the environment, transport, infrastructure, economic development, agriculture, mineralsand waste treatment and disposal. Most former Regional Planning Guidance is now considered RSSand forms part of the development plan. Regional Spatial Strategies are prepared by RegionalPlanning Bodies.

    Re-Use - the repeated utilisation of an item/material for its original (or another) purpose.

    Secondary Aggregates – aggregates typically derived from a range of industrial and mineral wastessuch as power station ash, glass, and mineral site spoils.

    Single Stream Recycling Facilities – facility recycling one type of waste.

    Special Area of Conservation (SAC) – Designated under the EC Habitat Directive (92/43/EECConservation of Natural Habitats and of Wild Fauna and Flora), this designation aims to protecthabitats or species of European importance and can include Marine Areas, and form part of theNatura 2000 site network.

    Special Protection Area (SPA) –Designated under the ECBirds Directive (79/409/EECConservationof Wild Birds), these are internationally important sites, being set up to establish a network of protectedareas of birds.

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  • Specialist Facilities – facilities typically used for the treatment of hazardous waste.

    Site of Specific Scientific Interest (SSSI) - a site identified under the Wildlife and Countryside Act1981 (as amended by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000) as an area of special interestby reason of any of its flora, fauna, geological or physiographical features (basically plants, animals,and natural features relating to the Earth's structure).

    Site Waste Management Plan (SWMP) – records amount and type of waste to be generated by aconstruction project and how it will be recycled, reused or disposed of. It also includes the potentialreuse of materials on site and the reduction in quantities of new materials to be used within thedevelopment project. Compulsory on projects costing over £300,000.

    Stable NonReactive HazardousWaste (SNRHW) – hazardous wastes where the leaching behaviourof the waste will not change adversely in the long term under landfill conditions or foreseeableaccidents. This type of waste includes asbestos, contaminated soils, filter cakes and treated fly ash.

    Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) - sets out the processes to be used by the localauthority in involving the community in the preparation, alteration and continuing review of all localdevelopment documents and development control decisions. The Statement of CommunityInvolvement is an essential part of the new-look Local Development Frameworks.

    Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) – an environmental assessment of certain plans andprogrammes, including those in the field of planning and land use, which complies with the EUDirective 2001/42/EC. The environmental assessment involves the preparation of an environmentalreport, carrying out of consultations, taking into account the environmental report and the results ofthe consultations in decision making, provision of information when the plan or programme is adoptedand showing that the results of the environmental assessment have been taken into account.

    Structure Plan – an old-style development plan, which sets out strategic planning policies at aCounty level and forms the basis for detailed policies in local plans. These plans will continue tooperate for a time after the commencement of the new development plan system, due to transitionalprovisions under planning reform.

    Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) - a Local Development Document that may cover arange of issues, thematic or site specific, and provides further detail of policies and proposals in a'parent' Development Plan Document. They are not subject to independent testing and do not havethe weight of development plan status.

    Sustainability Appraisal – an appraisal of the economic, environmental and social effects of a planfrom the outset of the preparation process to allow decisions to be made that accord with sustainabledevelopment.

    Transfer and Bulking Facility - receive waste from kerbside collections or commercial sources andbulk them up for onward transfer and processing.

    Waste arisings - wastes generated within an area e.g. County, derived from waste disposals minusimports plus exports.

    Waste Collection Authority - a local authority (district, city or unitary council) with the duty to collectmunicipal waste in its area. Both the Cambridgeshire District and City Councils and PeterboroughCity Council are Waste Collection Authorities.

    Waste Consultation Area (WCA) - an area that will ensure that consultation is undertaken with theWaste Planning Authority before non-waste planning applications are determined.

    Waste disposal - the process of getting rid of unwanted, broken, worn out, contaminated or spoiledmaterials in an orderly, regulated fashion.

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  • Waste Hierarchy - The Government's framework for securing a sustainable approach to wastemanagement, e.g. Reuse of waste is preferable to landfill.

    Waste Planning Authority (WPA) – the authority that is responsible for waste land-use planningpolicy through the preparation of the Minerals and Waste Development Framework and thedetermination of planning applications for the processing or disposal of waste.

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