S53 Documents published by PINS
The Planning Inspectorate have today made public the s53 documents granting RiverOak access to the Manston Airport site for vital surveys, in order that they can make their full application later this year.
These documents can be found below.
Of note are the reasons that Stone Hill Park gave for refusing RiverOak access to the site, which include:
- Prematurity of the original s.53 application
- Challenging that entry should not be permitted as RiverOak’s project has not yet been designated a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP)
- Asking whether RiverOak’s project is of real substance
- Challenging whether or not RiverOak genuinely require access to the land.
The Secretary of State did not consider that any of these arguments provided grounds to refuse RiverOak access to Manston Airport.
RiverOak continues to be completely transparent in their procedures, as it will do so throughout the Development Consent Order process.
Further details of the DCO can be found on the PINS website.