|Location of installation:||Sconser Quarry Marine Cage Fish Farm, Sconser, Isle of Skye|
|Description of Activity/Application:||
Fish Farm Marine Cage
Non Technical Summary
AutoDepomod Modelling Report
Baseline Visual Survey
|Date application received:||20 April 2017|
Please note that this application is due to be advertised in the Edinburgh Gazette and one or more local newspapers circulating in the locality in which the activities are to be undertaken sometime between 14 July 2017 and 1 August 2017.
It has now been confirmed that the advert was placed in The Edinburgh Gazette on 21 July 2017 and the West Highland Free Press on 20 July 2017. The end date for representation is therefore 19 August 2017.
Any person affected or likely to be affected by or having an interest in, the application may make representations to SEPA in writing within 28 days beginning with the date of the advertisement using the contact details provided in the advertisement.
Written representations received by SEPA within 28 days of this advertisement will be taken into consideration in determining the application. Any such representations will be placed in a public register unless the person making them requests that they should not be. Where such a request is made SEPA will include a statement in the register indicating that representations have been made which has been the subject of such a request.
A copy of the published advert will also be placed on this web page once available.
Advertisement Confirmation Edinburgh Gazette - 21 July 2017
Advertisement Confirmation West Highland Free Press - 20 July 2017
|Public Authority respresentations:||
Authority: Food Standards Scotland 19/7/2017
Authority: Marine Scotland 1/8/2017
Risk: SEPA's Risk Assessment
Licence: CAR/L/1157209 MPS
Licence: CAR/L/1157209 PSWP
|Date of issue of Licence:||16 January 2018|
|SEPA's decision document:||
Having determined that the proposal is not likely to have a significant adverse impact on the water environment, this application has been granted.
|For further information:||
Telephone: 01349 862021
Or you can email us
|Date advertisement added to website:||11 July 2017|