Comprehensive list of remediation conditions

 

Index of consolidated conditions from applications S/2307/06/F and S/2269/10

As of December 2014

Condition Number

 Condition Summary

Status

1

Not Used

 

2

Remediation method statement

Condition discharged - 30/03/11

3

Restricted work within Flood Plain

Ongoing restriction

4

Remediation progress reports

Ongoing

5

Bentonite wall

Condition discharged - 11/08/11

6

Ground level raising restriction

Ongoing restriction

7

Flood relief channel

Ongoing restriction

8

Monitoring and sampling

Ongoing

9

Further contamination

Ongoing

10

Verification report

Condition discharged - 30/05/14

11

Post remediation scheme

Condition discharged - 30/05/14

12

Imported soil materials sampling

Condition discharged - 13/09/12

13

Imported soil sampling frequency

Condition discharged – 13/09/12

14

Not Used

 

15

Wheel washing equipment

Ongoing restriction

16

Emergency contact number

Ongoing

17

Hours of work

Ongoing restriction

18

Restricted work within North Meadow

Ongoing

19

Ecological management plan

Condition discharged - 01/02/12

20

Imported soil materials description

Condition discharged - 13/09/12

21

Site waste management plan

Ongoing restriction

 

 

Index of conditions from application S/2308/06/O relating to the remediation of the site

As of December 2014

Condition Number

Condition Summary

Status

5

Verification report regarding ground levels in flood plain and implementation of flood relief channel

Discharged – 30/05/14

28

Human Health Detailed Quantitative Risk Assessment and Method Statement.

Discharged – 30/11/14

29

Details of supplier and source confirmation for any soil brought to site. sampling, analysis and agreement by the LPA

Discharged – 13/09/12

30

Details of supplier and source confirmation for any soil brought to site. sampling, analysis and agreement by the LPA

Discharged – 13/09/12

31

Imported material sampling frequency

Not yet discharged

 

Below is a consolidated list of conditions from applications S/2307/06/F and S/2269/10

 

Condition 1.

Not Used.
 
Condition 2.

Remediation approved by this planning permission shall be carried out in accordance with the Remediation Method Statement April 2009 - Revision 6 as amended at Paragraphs 12.6 and 17.3 by the application, hereby approved, (“the Amended Remediation Method Statement”) and the remedial targets contained within the Amended Remediation Method Statement. No changes to the agreed target concentrations shall be accepted without full justification in the form of a Quantitative Risk Assessment being submitted to and agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason - To prevent the increased risk of pollution of the environment or harm to human health.)
 
This condition has been amended with application S/0312/11 and the submission of Briefing Document 17Feb2011.pdf [PDF, 1.2MB]
 
 
Condition 3.

No spoil or material shall be deposited or stored in the floodplain, nor any ground raising allowed within the floodplain, until the flood relief channel referred to in Condition 7 has been implemented or unless expressly authorised in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason - To prevent increased risk of flooding due to impedance of flood flows and
reduction of flood storage capacity.)
 
This condition acts as a restriction and does not require discharging
 
 
Condition 4.

Remediation progress reports shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority and the Environment Agency at not less than monthly intervals. These should include all monitoring results detailed within the Amended Remediation Method Statement including laboratory analysis and weekly ground water level graphs. As part of the characterisation stage of the treatment train a single representative sample from each grid square area of the development as shown on drawing D907 07 included in the Amended Remediation Method Statement shall be analysed by an agreed method of gas chromatography/mass spectrometry scans for the purpose of identifying any contaminants not previously identified during site investigations. Any such contaminants identified shall be dealt with in accordance with Condition 9.
(Reason - To ensure that risks from contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that any development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, occupiers, neighbours and other offsite receptors.)
 
This condition is ongoing. The reports can be viewed here 

 

Condition 5.

No works shall be undertaken on the Bentonite wall, other than investigative works to establish its condition. Upon the conclusion of such investigations a method statement including an options appraisal shall be submitted in writing to the Local Planning Authority detailing proposals for a long-term solution for the Bentonite wall. Once approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority such works as proposed shall be carried out in strict accordance with the method statement.
(Reason - To prevent the increased risk of pollution of the environment or harm to human health.)
 
This condition has been amended with application S/2268/10 - Approved 25-Jan-2011 and discharged with application S/0833/11 – Approved 11-Aug-2011
 
 
Condition 6.

No raising of ground levels shall take place until the Flood Relief Channel referred to in Condition 7 has been constructed and is fully operational.
(Reason - To ensure no loss of flood storage due to the proposed development.)
 
This condition acts as a restriction and does not require discharging
 
 
Condition 7.

The physical dimensions of the Flood Relief Channel, Inlet Weir and Outlet control shall be strictly constructed in accordance with drawing nos. 17657/R/CVD/002/B and 17657/R/CVD/003/A and modelling report dated September 2007 (see informative below) unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Any changes in these dimensions will require further modelling in order to ensure no increased flood risk elsewhere and shall be agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason - In order to ensure the Flood Relief Channel is operational, as designed, during
times of flood.)
 
This condition acts as a restriction and does not require discharging
 
 
Condition 8.

As part of the remediation approved by this planning permission monitoring and sampling will be required to demonstrate the effectiveness of the remediation and the control of groundwater, to ensure that any migration of contaminants either inward or outward of the development site will be identified and managed, in accordance with the Amended Remediation Method Statement [or any revisions to such Amended Remediation Method Statement approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.] Such monitoring and sampling shall be undertaken during the period whilst the remediation works are carried out and for a minimum period of 6 months following the completion of the remediation works. The Local Planning Authority may require the period of 6 months to be extended by notice in writing in any circumstances where it considers that doubt exists as to the effectiveness of the remediation.
(Reason - To ensure that risks from contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that any development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, occupiers, neighbours and other offsite receptors.)
 
This condition is ongoing. The monitoring is included in the Monthly Monitoring Reports which can be viewed here.
 
 
Condition 9.

In the event that contamination is found at any time when carrying out the approved development, that was not previously identified it must be reported in writing immediately to the Local Planning Authority and: - (a) An investigation and risk assessment must be undertaken by competent persons as soon as practical and in any event within 28 days of such report (or such longer period as shall be agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority) and which shall be copied forthwith to the Local Planning Authority; and (b) A written report of the findings must be produced. The written report is subject to the approval in writing of the Local Planning Authority. The report of the findings must include:
 

  1. a supplemental strategy in respect of proposals to deal with contamination not previously identified
  2. a survey of the extent, scale and nature of contamination not previously identified;
  3. an assessment of the potential risks to:
  • human health,
  • property (existing or proposed) including buildings, crops, livestock, pets, woodland and service lines and pipes,
  • adjoining land,
  • groundwaters and surface waters,
  • ecological systems,
  • archaeological sites and ancient monuments,

 
an appraisal of remedial options, and proposal of the preferred option(s). This must be conducted in accordance with DEFRA and the Environment Agency’s “Model Procedures for the Management of Land Contamination, CLR 11” Where remediation in respect of such contamination not previously identified is necessary then a supplemental strategy to the Amended Remediation Method Statement referred to in Condition 2 above shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved supplemental strategy shall be implemented in accordance with the details approved. Following completion of measures identified in the approved supplemental strategy referred to above, a verification report in respect of such measures shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority in accordance with Condition 10. The Local Planning Authority may, within 28 days of receiving notice that contamination has been found that was not previously identified and/or within 7 days of receiving the investigation and risk assessment provided under (a) above, require the works in the immediate area affected by the unforeseen contamination to be halted to the extent specified by written notice and which notice may provide that works shall be halted until completion and approval of a report approved under (b) above.
(Reason - To ensure that risks from contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that any development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, occupiers, neighbours and other offsite receptors.)
 
 
Condition 10.

Other than development connected with the remediation works hereby permitted no development shall commence until the completion of the remediation works hereby permitted and until the approval in writing by the Local Planning Authority of a verification report (“the Verification Report”). The Verification Report shall not be submitted to the Local Planning Authority until completion of the monitoring and sampling period specified by condition 8 which monitoring and sampling demonstrates the effectiveness of the remediation carried out. The Verification Report shall address all monitoring and sampling carried out and shall demonstrate that the remediation works has been completed and the effectiveness of the remediation works. The verification requirements and the preparation of the Verification Report shall be conducted in accordance with DEFRA and the Environment Agency’s “Model procedures for the Management of Land Contamination, CLR 11”. The Verification Report submitted for approval shall include details of a scheme for post remediation surface water drainage management and maintenance and shall also include details of any necessary post remediation monitoring (“the Post Remediation Scheme”).
(Reason - To ensure that risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and
neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and
ecological systems, and to ensure that any development can be carried out safely without
unacceptable risks to workers, occupiers, neighbours and other offsite receptors.)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/2121/12/DC with the submission of a verification report winch can be viewed here
 
 
Condition 11.

Any necessary Post Remediation Scheme recommended in the Verification Report shall be implemented in accordance with its requirements.
(Reason - To ensure that risks from land contamination to the future users of the land and neighbouring land are minimised, together with those to controlled waters, property and ecological systems, and to ensure that any development can be carried out safely without unacceptable risks to workers, occupiers, neighbours and other offsite receptors.)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/2121/12/DC – Approved 30-may-2014
 
 
Condition 12.

Any soil materials brought on to the site shall be subject to appropriate sampling and analysis by a suitably qualified person. Details of the sampling and analysis shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for approval in writing within one month of the soils arrival on site and in the Verification Report. [Please note that sampling and analysis certificates submitted by the supplier of the soil material will not be accepted].
(Reason - To ensure that any materials brought on to the site are not contaminated.)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/1434/12/DC  – Approved 13-Sep-2012
 
 
Condition 13.

Sampling of material imported on to the development site should comprise random sampling for every 90m3 of soil from a single source (see soil definition below). The required sampling frequency may be modified by the Local Planning Authority when the source is known.
Soil Source - the location of which the soil was loaded on to the truck prior to delivery at the site.
(Reason - To check the quality of soils and materials being imported on to the site.)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/1434/12/DC  – Approved 13-Sep-2012
 
 
Condition 14.

Not used


Condition 15.

No soils or materials shall be exported from the site other than in accordance with a scheme, which shall include the provision of wheel washing equipment, which has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason - To protect the amenity of local residents and businesses and in accordance with the proposals in the Method Statement.)
 
This condition is not yet discharged
 
 
Condition 16.

The details of an emergency telephone contact number shall throughout the period of the development hereby permitted be displayed in a publicly accessible location on the site, and shall remain so displayed unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason - In the interest of local amenity.)
 
This condition is ongoing
 
 
Condition 17.

No work or other activities involving the use of heavy plant and equipment shall take place on site on Sundays or Bank Holidays, and all work and other activities involving the use of heavy plant and equipment on other days shall be confined to the following hours 8.00 a.m. until 6.00 p.m. Monday-Friday and 8.00 a.m. until 1.00 p.m. Saturdays. (Reason - To safeguard the amenities of nearby residents during development.)
 
This condition is ongoing
 
 
Condition 18.

No works shall take place within North Meadow, except for the Flood Relief Channel referred to in Condition 7 unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason - To ensure the floodplain of the River Cam is protected.)
 
This condition is ongoing
 
 
Condition 19.

Prior to the commencement of flood relief works an Ecological Management Plan for North Meadow, Riddy Brook and its banks shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The Ecological Management Plan shall include details on:
(a) Mitigation during site preparation and construction of the flood relief works to ensure minimal impact upon habitats and wildlife, such as timing and methodology of work;
(b) Management measures including a work programme to maintain and enhance the value of the site for wildlife once the flood relief works are completed;
(c) Sensitive planting plans, including appropriate locally native species that will be of benefit to wildlife, to include details for providing plants of a local provenance, ideally from seed collected from suitable habitats in the surrounding area;
(d) A monitoring programme that establishes appropriate baseline information on species, including fish and aquatic invertebrates, in order to ensure that mitigation and enhancement is successful, and to guide future management of the site against agreed objectives for key species and habitats;
(e) The appointment of an Ecological Clerk of Works to ensure that all staff working on-site are familiar with appropriate Environmental and Wildlife legislation and are suitably briefed on the site’s sensitivities.
(Reason - In the interests of safeguarding the long term benefits of the local wildlife at the
site and in accordance with advice within PPS9 and the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.)
 
This condition is discharged (Subject to revision) under application S/2011/11– Approved 1-Feb-2012
 
 
Condition 20.

Prior to the importation of materials, if required, details of the supplier and confirmation on the source(s) of any soil material should be supplied to the Local Planning Authority. The soil should be free from metals, plastic, wood, glass, tarmac, paper and odours associated with contaminated soils as specified in BS 3882: 2007 - Specification for Topsoil and requirements for use. A description of the soil materials should be forwarded to the Local Planning Authority based on BS5930 Code of Practice of Site Investigations.
(Reason - To ensure that no contaminated materials are brought onto the site.)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/1434/12/DC  – Approved 13-Sep-2012
 
 
Condition 21.

The development, hereby permitted, shall be carried out in accordance with the Site Waste Management Plan incorporated within Appendix S of the Amended Remediation Method Statement unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason - To ensure that waste is managed sustainably during the development in
accordance with the objectives of Policy DP/6 of the Local Development Framework
Development Control Policies adopted July 2007.)
 
This condition is ongoing. Appendix S of the Amended Remediation Method Statement can be viewed here 

 

Below is a list of remediation conditions from application S/2308/06/O


Condition 5.

Development approved by this permission shall not be commenced unless a verification report has been approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority pursuant to condition 10 of the permission issued under Planning Reference S/2307/06/F.
(Reason – to protect the environment and prevent harm to human health by ensuring that the remediated site has been reclaimed to an appropriate standard)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/2120/12/DC with the submission of a verification report winch can be viewed here
 
 
Condition 28.

Development approved by this permission shall not be commenced unless a Human Health Detailed Quantitative Risk Assessment, and method statement for any remedial measures required, has been submitted to and agreed in writing by the Local Planning Authority.
(Reason – To ensure the site will be suitable for the proposed development)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/1304/14/DC


Condition 29.

Prior to the importation of materials, if required, details of the supplier and confirmation on the source(s) of any soil material should be supplied to the Local Planning Authority. The soil should be free from metals, plastic, wood, glass, tarmac, paper and odours associated with contaminated soils as specified in BS3882:1994 – Specification for Topsoil. A description of the soil materials should be forwarded to the Local Planning Authority based on BS5930 Code of Practice of Site Investigations.
(Reason – To ensure that no contaminated materials are brought on to the site)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/1434/12/DC  – Approved 13-Sep-2012
 
 
Condition 30.

Any soil materials brought onto the site shall be subject to appropriate sampling and analysis by a suitably qualified person. Details of the sampling and analysis shall be submitted to the Local Planning Authority for written approval within one month of the soils arrival on site.
(Reason – to ensure that any materials brought on site are not contaminated)
 
This condition has been discharged under application S/1434/12/DC  – Approved 13-Sep-2012
 
 
Condition 31.

Sampling of material imported on to the development site should comprise random sampling for every 90m3 of soil from a single source(see soil definition below). The required sampling frequency may be modified in writing by the Local Planning Authority when the source is known.
Soil Source – the location of which the soil was loaded on to the truck prior to delivery at the site.
(Reason – to check the quality of soils and materials being imported on to the site)

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