Dear Environment Agency,
Please provide the following documents
Site Protection and Monitoring Programme for Princes Limited Installation at Lord North Street (TP3832PN)
Full record of Compliance Assessment Reports issued to Princes Limited for the Installation at Lord North Street (TP3832PN) since permit issue 13/10/05.
All Schedule 1 notification of abnormal emissions records for the Installation at Lord North Street (TP3832PN) since permit issue 13/10/05.
All responses received from the operator addressing the findings of the CARs and Schedule 1s
Any permit variation applications and revised permits as applicable (I am not aware of any)
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