10th October 2017
The stage 2 documents are now available to view on the website.View documents
6th October 2017
The second stage of public consultation begins on 9th October 2017 until 24th November. A series of consultation events are being held (dates and venues below), and comments can be made via this website – please see the ‘Contact’ page.
Public exhibitions are as follows:
21st July 2017
This Newsletter seeks to update the community on the work that has been being undertaken to inform the Northampton Gateway proposal, including some of the changes that have been made. It also sets out the likely programme for future work, consultation and submission of the application.Download Newsletter
18th July 2017
Roxhill is now consulting South Northamptonshire District Council, Northampton Borough Council, and Northamptonshire County Council on a Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC). A SoCC is required as part of the NSIP procedure to set out how the Applicant intends to consult with the community as part of the statutory consultation process. In preparing the SoCC the Applicant is required to seek views and comments from the local authorities (they have 28 days to provide any comments). Once finalised the SoCC will be posted on the Northampton Gateway project website.
25th November 2016
Roxhill is holding three public consultation exhibitions to share early information about the proposals and to update people about the ongoing work to prepare an application for development consent. The initial consultation events are being held as follows at the Hilton Hotel, Collingtree:
Public consultation events will be held again when we have progressed further and have a fuller understanding of the likely detailed effects of the proposals with a final version of the Environmental Impact Assessment available.
Any comments on the initial project information are required by 16th January 2017.
5th November 2016
Public consultation is being planned, with a first phase programmed for mid-December 2016 – details will be posted on this website in due course.
20th October 2016
The ‘ES Scoping Report’ was submitted to the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) on 20th October. The report sets out the intended scope of work and assessments for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), and builds on the ES Scoping exercise undertaken in 2014 associated with earlier development proposals in this location. PINS will now assess the Scoping Report and consult with all relevant statutory consultees, including the local authorities, many of whom have already provided input regarding the various environmental and other assessments direct to the applicant. A formal response will be prepared by PINS and published within 6 weeks of receipt of the Scoping Report.