ELECTRICITY ACT 1989 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SCOTLAND) ACT 1997 THE ELECTRICITY (APPLICATIONS FOR CONSENT) REGULATIONS 1990Notice ID: GRE2186756
ELECTRICITY ACT 1989 TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SCOTLAND) ACT 1997 THE ELECTRICITY (APPLICATIONS FOR CONSENT) REGULATIONS 1990
Notice is hereby given that FlexibleGridPower2 Ltd, (Company Number: 10683876) having their registered office at 67 Westow Street, Upper Norwood SE19 3RW has applied to the Scottish Ministers for consent under Section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 to construct and operate an electricity generating station known as Hunterston Grid Services Complex comprising two Battery Energy Storage Systems, a Synchronous Condenser Area and Associated Infrastructure on land at Campbelton Farm on Beech Avenue in Hunterston, approximately 675 metres southeast of the Hunterston Nuclear Power Station (Central National Grid Reference approximately 219463, 605912). The capacity of the proposed development would be up to approximately 450 MW.
FlexibleGridPower2 Ltd has also asked that Scottish Ministers give a direction under Section 57(2) of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 that planning permission for the development be deemed to be granted.
A copy of the application, including plans showing the lands to which it relates, is available for public inspection, free of charge from Arcus Consultancy Services (
). The application documentation can also be viewed athttp://www.energyconsents.scot/ApplicationDetails
Printed copies of the application documentation may be obtained from FlexibleGridPower2 Ltd (via
) at the charge of £150 for hard copies and £20 on CD.
Representations on the application may be submitted to Scottish Ministers via the Energy Consents Unit website at
; by email to the Scottish Government, Energy Consents Unit mailbox firstname.lastname@example.org
; or by post to the Scottish Government, Energy Consents Unit, 4th Floor, 5 Atlantic Quay, 150 Broomielaw, Glasgow, G2 8LU, identifying the proposal and specifying the grounds for representation. Please note that there may be a delay in the Energy Consents Unit receiving representations by post.
Written or emailed representations should be dated, clearly stating the name (in block capitals), full return email and postal address of those making representations. Only representations sent by email to
will receive acknowledgement.
All representations should be received not later than the 81h October 2021, although Ministers may consider representations received after this date.
As a result of a statutory objection from the relevant planning authority, or where Scottish Ministers decide to exercise their discretion to do so, Scottish Ministers can also cause a Public Local Inquiry (PLI) to be held.
Following examination of the environmental information, Scottish Ministers will determine the application for consent in one of two ways:
? Consent the proposal, with or without conditions attached; or
? Reject the proposal
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. A privacy notice is published on the help page atwww.energyconsents.scot
. This explains how the Energy Consents Unit processes your personal information. If you have any concerns about the processing of your personal information by the Scottish Government, please emailEconsentsAdmin@gov.scot
or write to Energy Consents Unit, 4th Floor, 5 Atlantic Quay, 150 Broomielaw, Glasgow, G2 8LU.