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Regulation 2(1)

SCHEDULE 1DESCRIPTIONS OF DEVELOPMENT FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE DEFINITION OF “SCHEDULE 1 DEVELOPMENT”

Interpretation

In this Schedule—

“airport” means an airport which complies with the definition in the 1944 Chicago Convention setting up the International Civil Aviation Organisation (Annex 14)(1);

“express road” means a road which complies with the definition in the European Agreement on Main International Traffic Arteries of 15th November 1975(2); and

“nuclear power station” and “other nuclear reactor” do not include an installation from the site of which all nuclear fuel and other radioactive contaminated materials have been permanently removed; and development for the purpose of dismantling or decommissioning a nuclear power station or other nuclear reactor is to be treated as development of the description mentioned in paragraph 2(2) of this Schedule.

Descriptions of development

The carrying out of development to provide any of the following:—

1.  Crude‑oil refineries (excluding undertakings manufacturing only lubricants from crude‑oil) and installations for the gasification and liquefaction of 500 tonnes or more of coal or bituminous shale per day.

2.—(1) Thermal power stations and other combustion installations with a heat output of 300 megawatts or more.

(2) Nuclear power stations and other nuclear reactors (except research installations for the production and conversion of fissionable and fertile material, whose maximum power does not exceed 1 kilowatt continuous thermal load).

3.—(1) Installations for the reprocessing of irradiated nuclear fuel.

(2) Installations designed—

(a)for the production or enrichment of nuclear fuel;

(b)for the processing of irradiated nuclear fuel or high‑level radioactive waste;

(c)for the final disposal of irradiated nuclear fuel;

(d)solely for the final disposal of radioactive waste;

(e)solely for the storage (planned for more than ten years) of irradiated nuclear fuels or radioactive waste in a different site than the production site.

4.—(1) Integrated works for the initial smelting of cast‑iron and steel.

(2) Installations for the production of non‑ferrous crude metals from ore, concentrates or secondary raw materials by metallurgical, chemical or electrolytic processes.

5.  Installations for the extraction of asbestos and for the processing and transformation of asbestos and products containing asbestos—

(a)for asbestos‑cement products, with an annual production of more than 20,000 tonnes of finished products;

(b)for friction material, with an annual production of more than 50 tonnes of finished products; and

(c)for other uses of asbestos, utilisation of more than 200 tonnes per year.

6.  Integrated chemical installations, that is to say, installations for the manufacture on an industrial scale of substances using chemical conversion processes, in which several units are juxtaposed and are functionally linked to one another and which are—

(a)for the production of basic organic chemicals;

(b)for the production of basic inorganic chemicals;

(c)for the production of phosphorous–, nitrogen– or potassium‑based fertilisers (simple or compound fertilisers);

(d)for the production of basic plant health products and of biocides;

(e)for the production of basic pharmaceutical products using a chemical or biological process;

(f)for the production of explosives.

7.—(1) Construction of lines for long‑distance railway traffic and of airports with a basic runway length of 2,100 metres or more.

(2) Construction of motorways and express roads.

(3) Construction of a new road of four or more lanes, or realignment and/or widening of an existing road of two lanes or less so as to provide four or more lanes, where such new road, or realigned and/or widened section of road, would be 10 kilometres or more in a continuous length.

8.—(1) Inland waterways and ports for inland‑waterway traffic which permit the passage of vessels of over 1,350 tonnes.

(2) Trading ports, piers for loading and unloading connected to land and outside ports (excluding ferry piers) which can take vessels of over 1,350 tonnes.

9.  Waste disposal installations for the incineration, chemical treatment (as defined in Annex I to Directive 2008/98/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on waste and repealing certain Directives(3) under heading D9), or landfill of hazardous waste (that is to say, waste which is considered to be hazardous in accordance with Articles 3(2) and 7 of that Directive).

10.  Waste disposal installations for the incineration or chemical treatment (as defined in Annex I to Directive 2008/98/EC under heading D9) of non‑hazardous waste with a capacity exceeding 100 tonnes per day.

11.  Groundwater abstraction or artificial groundwater recharge schemes where the annual volume of water abstracted or recharged is equivalent to or exceeds 10 million cubic metres.

12.—(1) Works for the transfer of water resources, other than piped drinking water, between river basins where the transfer aims at preventing possible shortages of water and where the amount of water transferred exceeds 100 million cubic metres per year.

(2) In all other cases, works for the transfer of water resources, other than piped drinking water, between river basins where the multi‑annual average flow of the basin of abstraction exceeds 2,000 million cubic metres per year and where the amount of water transferred exceeds 5% of this flow.

13.  Waste water treatment plants with a capacity exceeding 150,000 population equivalent as defined in Article 2(6) of Council Directive 91/271/EEC concerning urban waste-water treatment(4).

14.  Extraction of petroleum and natural gas for commercial purposes where the amount extracted exceeds 500 tonnes per day in the case of petroleum and 500,000 cubic metres per day in the case of gas.

15.  Dams and other installations designed for the holding back or permanent storage of water, where a new or additional amount of water held back or stored exceeds 10 million cubic metres.

16.  Pipelines with a diameter of more than 800 millimetres and a length of more than 40 kilometres for the transport of—

(a)gas, oil or chemicals;

(b)carbon dioxide streams for the purposes of geological storage, including associated booster stations.

17.  Installations for the intensive rearing of poultry or pigs with more than—

(a)85,000 places for broilers or 60,000 places for hens;

(b)3,000 places for production pigs (over 30 kg); or

(c)900 places for sows.

18.  Industrial plants for—

(a)the production of pulp from timber or similar fibrous materials;

(b)the production of paper and board with a production capacity exceeding 200 tonnes per day.

19.  Quarries and open‑cast mining where the surface of the site exceeds 25 hectares, or peat extraction where the surface of the site exceeds 150 hectares.

20.  Installations for storage of petroleum, petrochemical or chemical products with a capacity of 200,000 tonnes or more.

21.  Storage sites pursuant to the CCS Directive.

22.  Installations for the capture of carbon dioxide streams for the purposes of geological storage pursuant to the CCS Directive from installations referred to in this Schedule, or where the total yearly capture of carbon dioxide is 1.5 megatonnes or more.

23.  Any change to or extension of development listed in this Schedule where such a change or extension in itself meets the thresholds, if any, or description of development set out in this Schedule.

Regulation 2(1)

SCHEDULE 2DESCRIPTIONS OF DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICABLE THRESHOLDS AND CRITERIA FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE DEFINITION OF “SCHEDULE 2 DEVELOPMENT”

1.  In the table below—

“area of the works” includes any area occupied by apparatus, equipment, machinery, materials, plant, spoil heaps or other facilities or stores required for construction or installation;

“controlled waters” has the same meaning as in section 30A(1) of the Control of Pollution Act 1974(5); and

“floorspace” means the floorspace in a building or buildings.

2.  The table below sets out the descriptions of development and applicable thresholds and criteria for the purposes of classifying development as Schedule 2 development.

TABLE

Column 1

Description of development

Column 2

Applicable thresholds and criteria

The carrying out of development to provide any of the following:—
1.  Agriculture and aquaculture
(a)Projects for the use of uncultivated land or semi‑natural areas for intensive agricultural purposes;The area of the development exceeds 0.5 hectare.
(b)Water management projects for agriculture, including drainage projects, but excluding irrigation projects;The area of the works exceeds one hectare.
(c)Intensive livestock installations (unless otherwise included in Schedule 1);The area of floorspace exceeds 500 square metres.
(d)Intensive fish farming;(a)the installation resulting from the development is designed to produce more than 10 tonnes of dead fish weight per year;
(b)where the development is situated in marine waters, the development is designed to hold a biomass of 100 tonnes or greater; or
(c)the development will extend to 0.1 hectare or more of the surface area of the marine waters, including any proposed structures or excavations.
(e)Reclamation of land from the sea.All development.
2. Extractive industry
(a)Quarries, open‑cast mining and peat extraction (unless included in Schedule 1);All development except the construction of buildings or other ancillary structures where the floorspace does not exceed 1,000 square metres.
(b)Underground mining;
(c)Extraction of minerals by marine or fluvial dredging;All development.
(d)Deep drillings, in particular—(i)in relation to any type of drilling, the area of the works exceeds 1 hectare; or
(i)Geothermal drilling;(ii)in relation to geothermal drilling and drilling for the storage of nuclear waste material, the drilling is within 100 metres of any controlled waters.
(ii)Drilling for the storage of nuclear waste material;
(iii)Drilling for water supplies;
with the exception of drillings for investigating the stability of the soil.
(e)Surface industrial installations for the extraction of coal, petroleum, natural gas and ores, as well as bituminous shale.The area of the development exceeds 0.5 hectare.
3.  Energy industry
(a)Industrial installations for the production of electricity, steam and hot water (unless included in Schedule 1);The area of the development exceeds 0.5 hectare.
(b)Industrial installations for carrying gas, steam and hot water;The area of the works exceeds 1 hectare.
(c)Surface storage of natural gas;(i)the area of any building, deposit or structure exceeds 500 square metres; or
(d)Underground storage of combustible gases;(ii)a building, deposit or structure is to be sited within 100 metres of any controlled waters.
(e)Surface storage of fossil fuels;
(f)Industrial briquetting of coal and lignite;The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(g)Installations for the processing and storage of radioactive waste (unless included in Schedule 1);(i)the area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres; or
(ii)the installation resulting from the development will require an authorisation or the variation of an authorisation under the Radioactive Substances Act 1993(6).
(h)Installations for hydroelectric energy production;The installation is designed to produce more than 0.5 megawatts.
(i)Installations for the harnessing of wind power for energy production (wind farms);(i)the development involves the installation of more than 2 turbines; or
(ii)the hub height of any turbine or height of any other structure exceeds 15 metres.
(j)installations for the capture of carbon dioxide streams for the purposes of geological storage pursuant to the CCS Directive from installations not referred to in Schedule 1.All development.
4. Production and processing of metals
(a)Installations for the production of pig iron or steel (primary or secondary fusion) including continuous casting;The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(b)Installations for the processing of ferrous metals—
(i)hot‑rolling mills;
(ii)smitheries with hammers;
(iii)application of protective fused metal coats;
(c)Ferrous metal foundries;
(d)Installations for the smelting, including the alloyage, of non‑ferrous metals, excluding precious metals, including recovered products (refining, foundry casting, etc.);
(e)Installations for surface treatment of metals and plastic materials using an electrolytic or chemical process;
(f)Manufacture and assembly of motor vehicles and manufacture of motor‑vehicle engines;
(g)Shipyards;
(h)Installations for the construction and repair of aircraft;
(i)Manufacture of railway equipment;
(j)Swaging by explosives;
(k)Installations for the roasting and sintering of metallic ores.
5.  Mineral industry
(a)Coke ovens (dry coal distillation);The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(b)Installations for the manufacture of cement;
(c)Installations for the production of asbestos and the manufacture of asbestos‑based products (unless included in Schedule 1);
(d)Installations for the manufacture of glass including glass fibre;
(e)Installations for smelting mineral substances including the production of mineral fibres;
(f)Manufacture of ceramic products by burning, in particular roofing tiles, bricks, refractory bricks, tiles, stoneware or porcelain.
6.  Chemical industry (unless included in Schedule 1)
(a)Treatment of intermediate products and production of chemicals;The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(b)Production of pesticides and pharmaceutical products, paint and varnishes, elastomers and peroxides;
(c)Storage facilities for petroleum, petrochemical and chemical products.(i)The area of any building or structure exceeds 0.05 hectare; or
(ii)more than 200 tonnes of petroleum, petrochemical or chemical products is to be stored at any one time.
7.  Food industry
(a)Manufacture of vegetable and animal oils and fats;The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(b)Packing and canning of animal and vegetable products;  
(c)Manufacture of dairy products;
(d)Brewing and malting;
(e)Confectionery and syrup manufacture;
(f)Installations for the slaughter of animals;
(g)Industrial starch manufacturing installations;
(h)Fish‑meal and fish‑oil factories;
(i)Sugar factories.
8.  Textile, leather, wood and paper industries
(a)Industrial plants for the production of paper and board (unless included in Schedule 1);The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(b)Plants for the pre‑treatment (operations such as washing, bleaching, mercerisation) or dyeing of fibres or textiles;
(c)Plants for the tanning of hides and skins;
(d)Cellulose‑processing and production installations.
9.  Rubber industry
Manufacturing and treatment of elastomer- based products.The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
10.  Infrastructure projects
(a)Industrial estate development projects;The area of the development exceeds 0.5 hectare.
(b)Urban development projects, including the construction of shopping centres and car parks, sport stadiums, leisure centres and multiplex cinemas;
(c)Construction of intermodal transshipment facilities and of intermodal terminals (unless included in Schedule 1);
(d)Construction of railways (unless included in Schedule 1);The area of the works exceeds 1 hectare.
(e)Construction of airfields (unless included in Schedule 1);(i)The development involves an extension to a runway; or
(ii)the area of the works exceeds 1 hectare.
(f)Construction of roads (unless included in Schedule 1);The area of the works exceeds 1 hectare.
(g)Construction of harbours and port installations, including fishing harbours (unless included in Schedule 1);The area of the works exceeds 1 hectare.
(h)Inland‑waterway construction not included in Schedule 1, canalisation and flood‑relief works;The area of the works exceeds 1 hectare.
(i)Dams and other installations designed to hold water or store it on a long‑term basis (unless included in Schedule 1);
(j)Tramways, elevated and underground railways, suspended lines or similar lines of a particular type, used exclusively or mainly for passenger transport;
(k)Oil and gas pipeline installations and pipelines for the transport of carbon dioxide streams for the purposes of(i)the area of the work exceeds 1 hectare; or
geological storage (unless included in Schedule 1);(ii)in the case of a gas pipeline, the installation has a design operating pressure exceeding 7 bar gauge.
(l)Installations of long‑distance aquaducts;
(m)Coastal work to combat erosion and maritime works capable of altering the coast through the construction, for example, of dykes, moles, jetties and other sea defence works, excluding the maintenance and reconstruction of such works;All development.
(n)Groundwater abstraction and artificial groundwater recharge schemes not included in Schedule 1;The area of the works exceeds 1 hectare.
(o)Works for the transfer of water resources between river basins not included in Schedule 1;
(p)Motorway service areas.The area of the development exceeds 0.5 hectare.
11.  Other projects
(a)Permanent racing and test tracks for motorized vehicles;The area of the development exceeds 1 hectare.
(b)Installations for the disposal of waste (unless included in Schedule 1);(i)The disposal is by incineration; or
(ii)the area of the development exceeds 0.5 hectare; or
(iii)the installation is to be sited within 100 metres of any controlled waters.
(c)Waste‑water treatment plants (unless included in Schedule 1);The area of the development exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(d)Sludge‑deposition sites;(i)The area of deposit or storage exceeds 0.5 hectare; or
(e)Storage of scrap iron, including scrap vehicles;(ii)a deposit is to be made or scrap stored within 100 metres of any controlled waters.
(f)Test benches for engines, turbines or reactors;The area of floorspace exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(g)Installations for the manufacture of artificial mineral fibres;
(h)Installations for the recovery or destruction of explosive substances;
(i)Knackers’ yards.
12.  Tourism and leisure
(a)Ski‑runs, ski‑lifts and cable cars and associated developments;(i)The area of the works exceeds 1 hectare; or
(ii)the height of any building or other structure exceeds 15 metres.
(b)Marinas;The area of the enclosed water surface exceeds 1,000 square metres.
(c)Holiday villages and hotel complexes outside urban areas and associated developments;The area of the development exceeds 0.5 hectare.
(d)Theme parks;
(e)Permanent camp sites and caravan sites;The area of the development exceeds 1 hectare.
(f)Golf courses and associated developments.The area of the development exceeds 1 hectare.
13.
Any change to or extension of development of a description mentioned in paragraphs 1 to 12 of Column 1 of this table where that development is already authorised, executed or in the process of being executed.The thresholds and criteria in the corresponding part of Column 2 of this table applied to the development as changed or extended are met or exceeded and in such a case the change or extension may have significant adverse effects on the environment.
14.
Any change to or extension of development of a description mentioned in Schedule 1 (other than a change or extension falling within paragraph 23 of Schedule 1) where that development is already authorised, executed or in the process of being executed.The thresholds and criteria in Column 2 of the paragraph of this table indicated below applied to the development as changed or extended are met or exceeded and in such a case the change or extension may have significant adverse effects on the environment.
Paragraph in Schedule 1Paragraph of this table
16(a)
2(1)3(a)
2(2)3(g)
33(g)
44
55
66(a)
7(1)10(d) (in relation to railways) or 10(e) (in relation to airports)
7(2) and (3)10(f)
8(1)10(h)
8(2)10(g)
911(b)
1011(b)
1110(n)
1210(o)
1311(c)
142(e)
1510(i)
1610(k)
171(c)
188(a)
192(a)
206(c)
213(j)
223(j)
15.
Development of a description mentioned in Schedule 1, undertaken exclusively or mainly for the development and testing of new methods or products and not used for more than two years.All development.

Regulation 5(6)

SCHEDULE 3SELECTION CRITERIA FOR SCREENING SCHEDULE 2 DEVELOPMENT

Characteristics of development

1.  The characteristics of development must be considered having regard, in particular, to—

(a)the size of the development;

(b)the cumulation with other development;

(c)the use of natural resources;

(d)the production of waste;

(e)pollution and nuisances;

(f)the risk of accidents, having regard in particular to substances or technologies used.

Location of development

2.  The environmental sensitivity of geographical areas likely to be affected by development must be considered having regard, in particular, to—

(a)the existing land use;

(b)the relative abundance, quality and regenerative capacity of natural resources in the area;

(c)the absorption capacity of the natural environment, paying particular attention to the following areas—

(i)wetlands;

(ii)coastal zones;

(iii)mountain and forest areas;

(iv)nature reserves and parks;

(v)areas classified or protected under Member States’ legislation; areas designated by Member States pursuant to Council Directive 79/409/EEC on the conservation of wild birds and Council Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora;

(vi)areas in which the environmental quality standards laid down in Community legislation have already been exceeded;

(vii)densely populated areas;

(viii)landscapes of historical, cultural or archaeological significance.

Characteristics of the potential impact

3.  The potential significant effects of development must be considered in relation to criteria set out under paragraphs 1 and 2 above, and having regard in particular to—

(a)the extent of the impact (geographical area and size of the affected population);

(b)the transfrontier nature of the impact;

(c)the magnitude and complexity of the impact;

(d)the probability of the impact;

(e)the duration, frequency and reversibility of the impact.

Regulation 2(1)

SCHEDULE 4INFORMATION FOR INCLUSION IN ENVIRONMENTAL STATEMENTS

PART 1

1.  Description of the development, including in particular—

(a)a description of the physical characteristics of the whole development and the land‑use requirements during the construction and operational phases;

(b)a description of the main characteristics of the production processes, for instance, nature and quantity of the materials used; and

(c)an estimate, by type and quantity, of expected residues and emissions (water, air and soil pollution, noise, vibration, light, heat, radiation, etc.) resulting from the operation of the development.

2.  An outline of the main alternatives studied by the applicant or appellant and an indication of the main reasons for the choice made, taking into account the environmental effects.

3.  A description of the aspects of the environment likely to be significantly affected by the development, including, in particular, population, fauna, flora, soil, water, air, climatic factors, material assets, including the architectural and archaeological heritage, landscape and the interrelationship between the above factors.

4.  A description of the likely significant effects of the development on the environment, which should cover the direct effects and any indirect, secondary, cumulative, short, medium and long‑term, permanent and temporary, positive and negative effects of the development, resulting from:

(a)the existence of the development;

(b)the use of natural resources;

(c)the emission of pollutants, the creation of nuisances and the elimination of waste, and the description by the applicant or appellant of the forecasting methods used to assess the effects on the environment.

5.  A description of the measures envisaged to prevent, reduce and where possible offset any significant adverse effects on the environment.

6.  A non‑technical summary of the information provided under paragraphs 1 to 5 of this Part.

7.  An indication of any difficulties (technical deficiencies or lack of know‑how) encountered by the applicant or appellant in compiling the required information.

PART 2

1.  A description of the development comprising information on the site, design and size of the development.

2.  A description of the measures envisaged in order to avoid, reduce and, if possible, remedy significant adverse effects.

3.  The data required to identify and assess the main effects which the development is likely to have on the environment.

4.  An outline of the main alternatives studied by the applicant or appellant and an indication of the main reasons for the choice made, taking into account the environmental effects.

5.  A non‑technical summary of the information provided under paragraphs 1 to 4 of this Part.

Regulation 17(2)

SCHEDULE 5FORM OF NOTICE UNDER REGULATION 17

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT) SCOTLAND REGULATIONS 2011

NOTICE UNDER REGULATION 17

Notes

(a)Insert address for location of the development.The proposed development at (a) is subject to assessment under the Town and Country
Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment)
(b)Insert name of planning authority or insert the Scottish Ministers as appropriate.

(Scotland) Regulations 2011.

(c)Insert name of applicant.

Notice is hereby given that [*an environmental statement] [*additional information in relation to an environmental statement] has been submitted to (b) by (c) relating to [* the planning application] [* an application for approval, consent or agreement imposed on planning permission] in respect of (d) [*notified to you under the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2008 on (e)].

(d)Insert description of proposed development.
(e)Insert date of notification under the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2008.
Possible decisions relating to the application
(f)Insert address of planning authority.are:—
(g)*Insert other address in the locality and, where available, website address at which the additional information may be inspected.(i)approval of the application without conditions;
(ii)approval of the application with conditions;
(h)Insert address where copies of the
additional information are available.(iii)refusal of the application.
(j)Insert cost of a copy of the additional information.A copy of the [*environmental statement] [*additional information together with the environmental statement], the associated application [*and relevant planning permission] and other documents submitted with the application may be inspected at all reasonable hours at the place where the register of planning applications is kept by the planning authority for the area at (f) [* and also at (g)] during the period of 28 days beginning with the date of this notice.
(k)Address to be supplied by the Scottish Ministers.
Copies of the [*environmental statement] [*additional information] may be purchased from (h) at a cost of (j).
Any person who wishes to make representations to (b) about the [*environmental statement] [*additional information] should make them in writing within that period [*to the Council at (f)] [*to the Scottish Ministers at (k)].
*Delete where inappropriate.
Signed
*On behalf of
Date
(1)

Command Paper 6614.

(2)

Command Paper 6993.

(3)

O.J. No. L 312, 22.11.2008, p.3.

(4)

O.J. No. L 135, 30.5.1991, p.40, last amended by Regulation (EC) No. 1137/2008 (O.J. No. L 311, 21.11.2008, p.1).

(5)

Section 30A was inserted by the Water Act 1989 (c.15), Schedule 23, paragraph 4 and amended by the Environment Act 1995 (c.25), Schedule 22, paragraph 29(2), and Schedule 4.

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