Phase 2 Consultation Documents
Air Quality - signpost to documents
Air quality is addressed in a number of studies. This document summarises those studies and provides links to where you can find further information.
Describes the current and future arrangements for composting organic waste made up of kitchen and garden wastes collected by the seven north London boroughs. It also explains NLWA’s intention to continue to provide free compost to local residents and boroughs in the future.
Construction updated from phase 1
A summary of the planned construction and demolition works required for the project and the approach to the Code of Construction Practice being adopted.
Cooling System updated from phase 1
Explains the difference between an air cooled condenser system and a water cooling system for an Energy Recovery Facility.
Design Statement Overview
Provides an overview of the design principles which have informed the Project and provides a more detailed description of the overall design.
Development Consent Order - what will it include?
A description of the development consent order sought by NLWA including the structure and content of the document and its key components.
EIA Process and PEIR updated from phase 1
Sets out the issues which are expected to be considered as part of the environmental impact assessment which will be carried out to allow us to prepare the environmental statement.
ERF Air Quality Emissions
Sets out the emissions reductions which are expected to be achieved by the proposed Energy Recovery Facility.
Health and emissions
A summary of the atmospheric emissions from a modern energy from waste facility and how they are controlled and their impact on human health.
Explains the nature of the company and sets out the waste management services provided by the company to North London Waste Authority.
Options - Updated from Phase 1
A summary of the alternative plans and proposals NLWA considered prior to embarking on the Project.
A summary of the relevant planning policy documents at a national, regional and local level, and provides links to the policies.
Project Description updated from phase 1
A summary description of the Project including the nature of the development proposed and key features of the development.
Site Management Issues
Explains the process for ensuring effective control of potential pollution and nuisances associated with waste management sites.
Sustainable Design Strategy
Summarises the approach to sustainability performance of the Project and outlines measures incorporated into the design to enhance sustainability.
Tell me more about landfill
Explain how landfill sites operate, why they are used for disposing of north London’s waste now, how much they cost and why we no longer want to use them.
Transport updated from phase 1
A summary of the process for assessing traffic impacts of the Project.
The waste challenge updated from phase 1
A summary of the challenges facing NLWA as the second largest waste authority in the country and our plans for managing the waste.
Waste Modelling updated from phase 1
Summarises the results and methodology for calculating waste projections to inform the sizing of the proposed Energy Recovery Facility.
Water Transport updated from phase 1
A summary of NLWA’s investigations into the possibility of using water transport to move waste to the Edmonton EcoPark and incineration bottom ash away from the site for disposal.
What is EfW
Explains the difference between an Energy from Waste plant and an Energy Recovery Facility.
You can download and print a copy of our feedback form so you can complete it by hand and post it to us.
Statement of Community Consultation
Sets out how NLWA will consult on the Project.
List of consultees
A spreadsheet that sets outs the categories of people that NLWA is consulting.
A map of the part of north London in the vicinity of the EcoPark site showing:
1. The EcoPark site
2. 1.5km radius from the EcoPark site
3. The consultation zone boundary
Phase 1 Consultation Feedback Report
Sets out the process undertaken for the first phase of consultation, the feedback received and our proposed response.
Acronyms and defined terms that are used throughout the Development Consent Order application documents.
Book of Plans
A set of drawings which show what NLWA is seeking consent for.
Site Boundary Plan
The outline of the EcoPark site where the majority of the development proposed in the North London Heat and Power Project will take place.
Provides information on the design approach to the Project, including the design aims and objectives. It also includes the principles for design.
Waste Data Report and Waste Forecast Model
Technical report summarising the methodology and results of waste forecasting modelling to identify future waste management requirements with a technical spreadsheet model.
A Review of Thermal Treatment Options
A review of thermal treatment technology options and sets out the rationale for the technology proposed.
Design of Plant - Number of Plant Lines
Design concepts and options for the replacement Energy Recovery Facility at the Edmonton EcoPark.
Health Impact Literature Review
A review of a number of publicly available studies considering the potential health impacts of existing Energy from Waste and Energy Recovery Facilities.
Flue Gas Treatment Technology Options Report
A review of available Energy Recovery Facility flue gas treatment technology options and their respective performance levels.
Cooling Plant Technology Options Report
A review of Energy Recovery Facility cooling plant technology options and their relative merits.
Factual Geotechnical Ground Investigation Report
Provides an assessment of the ground conditions where NLWA is proposing to build the replacement facility.
EIA Scoping report
Sets out the proposed scope of the Environmental Statement to be submitted with the application for the Development Consent Order.
Preliminary Environmental Information Report (PEIR)
Provides preliminary environmental information on the likely significant effects of the Project.
Interim Screening Statement to Inform a Habitats Regulations Assessment
Statement to inform a Habitats Regulations Assessment for the Project.
Interim Health Impact Assessment
Qualitatively assesses the potential health impacts of the Project and its influence on factors relating to health.
Interim Report on Natural Features
Sets out an assessment of any effects on natural features likely to be caused by the Project.
Interim Need Assessment
Provides an assessment of the need for the Project in respect of energy generation and waste management.
Interim Alternative Assessment Report
Assesses the historic and strategic development of technology and site options for the Project.
Interim Waste Fuel Management Assessment
Sets out how waste received onto the EcoPark site will be managed.
Interim Transport Report
Sets out an assessment of the potential transport impacts of the Project.
Interim Code of Construction Practice
Sets out how construction of the Project, including demolition of the existing Energy from Waste facility, will be managed to minimise disruption.
Interim Combined Heat and Power Strategy
Describes the opportunity for the Project to provide Combined Heat and Power (CHP) and how this will be addressed in the proposals.
North London Joint Waste Strategy
Outlines what we’re doing now to manage waste in north London and how we plan to manage it in the future.
Waste Prevention Plan 2014-16
Sets out how the waste prevention objectives in the North London Joint Waste Strategy will be met 2014-16.
Outline Business Case 2010
Outlines the business case for NLWA’s previous procurement strategy.
National Policy Statement for Energy (EN1)
Provides the basis for decisions by the Planning Inspectorate on applications for new nationally significant energy infrastructure.
National Policy Statement forRenewable Energy Infrastructure (EN3)
Provides the basis for decisions by the Planning Inspectorate on applications for new nationally significant renewable energy infrastructure.
National Planning Policy Framework
Guidance for local planning authorities and decision-takers in drawing up plans and making decisions about planning applications.
Mayor’s Strategies for Waste
London Mayor’s vision to become a world leader in waste management, making use of innovative techniques and technologies to minimise the impact of waste.
Climate Change and Energy
London Mayor’s climate change adaptation strategy and climate change mitigation and energy strategy for London.
The spatial development strategy for London setting out a fully integrated economic, environmental, transport and social framework for the development of the capital to 2031.
Upper Lee Valley Opportunity Area Planning Framework (ULVOAF)
Framework for the regeneration of the Upper Lee Valley, Supplementary Planning Guidance to the London Plan and will be used as a material consideration in the determination of planning applications.
Enfield Local Plan
Set of planning policies that are used to determine planning applications in Enfield.
Central Leeside Area Action Plan
Provides the specific planning allocations and designations for the Central Leeside area, which includes the Edmonton EcoPark site.
Edmonton EcoPark Planning Brief Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)
A supplementary Planning Document to Enfield’s Local Plan. The Planning Brief provides guidance on the future development of the EcoPark.