After paragraph 10, add—
(1) This paragraph applies where—
(a) a notice has been published under paragraph (10)(1) which states that an environmental statement has been supplied under paragraph 8(1), and
(b) prior to the Secretary of State making a decision under paragraph 19(2)—
(i) he is supplied by the applicant or any other person with further information; and
(ii) he is of the view that that information requires to be considered in order properly to assess the likely environmental effects of the proposed project.
(2) Subject to sub-paragraph (3), where this paragraph applies the Secretary of State must publish a notice, or direct another person to publish a notice, which—
(a) states that further information of the sort referred to in paragraph (b) has been received,
(b) specifies a place where a copy of the information can, until the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph (d), be inspected at all reasonable hours,
(c) provides an address from which a copy of the information can, until the expiry of that period, be obtained and details of the amount of any charge for the provision of such a copy, and
(d) states that any person who desires to make representations in relation to the information should do so in writing to the Secretary of State before the expiry of the period of 42 days starting with a date specified in the notice.
(3) The Secretary of State is not required to publish, or direct the publication of, a notice under sub-paragraph (2) if he considers that the information will be made publicly available at an inquiry or hearing under paragraph 18.
(4) The notice must be published—
(a) by Gazette and local advertisement, and
(b) in such other ways, if any, as seem to the Secretary of State appropriate.
(5) Any charge imposed as mentioned in sub-paragraph (2)(c) must be reasonable.
(6) The date specified in accordance with sub-paragraph (2)(d) must be the date on which the notice first appears in a local newspaper.”.
Specified date: 10 March 2009: see reg 1(1).