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Industrial Pollution - Environmental Permits (LA-IPPC) Application Forms


Application forms

Applications must be made on a prescribed form and these can be downloaded from links on the bottom of the page or alternatively are available on the Defra website in the Local Authority Pollution Control: general guidance manual.

Sedgemoor DC Application forms

Installation

Regime

Application form

A (2)

LA-IPPC

Part A 2 Generic application form: Icon for pdf Application form [575.73KB]

A (2)

LA-IPPC

Part A Wood preservation treatment application form: Icon for pdf Part A Preservation of wood application form Sept 2020 [361.68KB]

A (2)

LA-IPPC

Part A Transfer application form: Icon for pdf Part A2 transfer application form [303.04KB]

Part B

LA-PPC

Part B Generic application form: Icon for pdf Generic Part B Application form [253.04KB]

Part B

LA-PPC

Part B Unloading/storage of cement application form: Icon for pdf Part B Bulk Cement Application Form Sept 2020 [319.38KB]

Part B

LA-PPC

Part B Unloading/storage of petrol application form: Icon for pdf Part B Petrol Filling Station Application form Sept 2020 [298.21KB]

Part B

LA-PPC

Part B Surrender form: Icon for pdf Part B Surrender Form Sept 2020 [285.04KB]

Part B

LA-PPC

Part B Transfer Application : Icon for pdf Part B Transfer Application Sept 2020 [297.19KB]

Part B

LA-PPC

Part B Declaration of reduced operation: Icon for pdf Part B Declaration of Reduced Activity Sept 2020 [179.24KB]

Part B

LA-PPC

T3 and T7 Waste Exemption form: Icon for pdf T3 T7 Waste Exemption Registration Form Sept 2020 [315.83KB]

Part B

 

LA-PPCPart B Variation Application form Icon for pdf Part B Variation Application form Sept 2020 [279.9KB]

If further information is required the applicant will be notified by the regulator and they must provide this information or the application will not be "duly made".

The application must be from the operator of the regulated facility.

Fees and Charges

Please note a fee may be payable. Under the 'polluter pays' principle, the operators of industrial plant are charged a fee for their permits to operate. The scale of charges is set by DEFRA annually, after consultation with Local Authorities, representatives of industry and other stakeholders. The scale of charges is designed to cover the regulatory and administrative costs (including visits, advice and time) to the regulator arising from each process.

The fees and charges for Part B installations are available to view via the link below.

DEFRA Links