The Infrastructure and Building Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment). Regulations 2009 (as amended in 2012) require that both the permanent and also temporary environmental effects of a development are assessed. To assist in identifying the effects arising during the construction phase, this statement establishes the key construction parameters that will be used to bring forward the construction of the scheme.
At this stage of carrying out the EIA, a contractor has not yet been appointed to undertake the construction works. However, the information and parameters within this document will form part of any tender documentation issued and the appointed contractor will be required to comply with the outline methodology described, as well as in any relevant requirements of the Development Consent Order (DCO).
This statement describes the anticipated programme of demolition and construction works and the key activities that will be undertaken on the site in relation to the development.
The broad principles of a framework site wide Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) are identified in Section 5.0 of this report. As part of the tendering process the main contractors will be required to submit a statement demonstrating how they will comply with the CEMP and, after appointment, provide detailed documentation to demonstrate this compliance.
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