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Information Resilience and Transparency
Please ask for: Kelly Leeson
FOI Reference: 5787268
Phone: +443000415985
Date: 29 April 2019
Dear Ms King
Freedom of Information Act 2000
Thank you for your request for information made under the Freedom of Information Act 
(FOIA) 2000, relating to Cleve Hill. Please see the response provided below:
You  asked  for  full  details  of  all  impact  assessments,  health  and  safety  assessments, 
risk assessments and any other assessments undertaken by Cleve Hill Solar Limited in 
connection  with  their  Construction  Traffic  Management  Plan,  which  were  provided  to 
Kent County Council for review.

Assessments  associated  with  the  above  request  were  not  provided  directly  to  Kent 
County  Council  for  review  and  were  instead  made  available  to  consultees  and  any 
other interested parties to access via either the Applicant’s own website or through the 
Planning Inspectorate’s portal.

The first stage of information and assessments were provided through consultation for 
the  Preliminary  Environmental  Information  Report  (PIER),  and  these  documents  are 
publicly available to view from the following link:
In  accordance  with  the  Development  Consent  Order  process,  the  next  phase  of 
information  for  review  was  made  available  through  the  following  link  on  the  Planning 
Inspectorate’s website:

If you are unhappy with this response, and believe KCC has not complied with 
legislation, you have 40 working days from the date of this response to ask for a review. 
You can do this by following our complaints process; details can be found at this link 
on our website. Please quote reference 5787268.

If you remain dissatisfied following an internal review, you can appeal to the Information 
Commissioner, who oversees compliance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000. 
Details of what you need to do, should you wish to pursue this course of action, are 
available from the Information Commissioner’s website 
Yours sincerely
Carly Wattle 
Information Access Officer