Planning application: P/22/076/FUL
UPDATE 19/05/2023: PLEASE NOTE THAT NO DECISION IS TO BE MADE BY THE COUNCIL OF THE ISLES OF SCILLY AT THIS TIME. ANY DECISION WILL BE PENDING THE OUTCOME OF THE WORKS PROPOSED FOR ST AGNES (P/22/077/FUL) WHICH IS LIKELY TO COME TO MEMBERS FOR A DECISION IN JUNE 2023. AN UPDATE WILL BE POSTED HERE IN DUE COURSE
NOTE: THIS APPLICATION IS NOT DUE TO COME TO FULL COUNCIL IN MAY 2023
PROPOSAL: Application for the installation of a 75m long geobag core added to existing cobble embankment and tied with geotextile at Green Bay Boathouse, construction of a 40m long rock revetment at Kitchen Porth a 55m long revetment at Stinking Porth, a 90m long rock revetment to the north and south of the beach access ramp at Great Porth (north), a 100m long rock revetment at Popplestone and the recovery of rock armour from north Popplestone. (EIA Development) (Major Development) (AMENDED PLANS)
The amended Outline Construction Programme is set out in the Environmental Statement Addendum and includes for Bryher:
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Council of the Isles of Scilly
Isles of Scilly
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