OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCILNotice ID: MF0240907
OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
I give notice that Rod Miller Old Brickworks Farm, Islip Road, Bletchingdon, OX5 3DT is applying to Oxfordshire County Council for a Section 73 application to continue the development permitted by 02/01204/CM (use of a former borrow pit as a construction waste recycling centre, and deposit of inert material unsuitable for recycling within the borrow pit to enable its restoration) without complying with condition 3, to provide a revised restoration plan at Old BrickworksFarm,BletchingdonatOldBrickworks Farm, Islip Road, Bletchingdon, OX5 3DT. You may view a copy of the application and supporting documents from 05/10/17 at Oxfordshire County Council, Communities, County Hall, New Road, Oxford, OX 1 1ND or online at http://myeplanning.oxfordshire.gov.uk using reference MW.0079/17
If you wish to make any representations on this application either email Mary Thompson, (Tel: 07393 001257) at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the address above, alternatively you can comment online using the reference MW0079/17. Comments should be made on or before 26/10/17 and failure to meet this deadline may result in your comments not being considered. The decision notice will be available online once the application has been decided.
NOTE Consideration of the development may take place in public and representations may be published.The proposal may be considered by the Council's Planning & Regulation Committee. (Only comments relating to planning issues will be taken into account when reaching a decision). Oxfordshire County Council is a data controller for the purposes of the Data Protection Act l998.The law requires the Council to make information submitted in relation to planning applications available for public inspection and so it is not possible to take into account in the determination of the application any comments which are submitted confidentially. If you wish to submit any comments regarding this application,your comments as well as your name and postal address may be disclosed to third parties including those who have submitted the planning application. Under the Data Protection Act 1998, you have a right to request a copy of the personal data we hold about you, for which we may charge a small fee and to correct any inaccuracies in your information.