LETTER FROM THE PLANNING INSPECTORATE

THE PLANNING INSPECTORATE

Crown Buildings,

Cathays Park,

Cardiff, CF10 3NQ                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Ffôn/tel: 0303 444 5942 Ebost/email: wales@pins.gsi.gov.uk

To consultation respondent (by email) www.gov.wales/topics/planning Eich Cyf/Your Ref: Ein Cyf/Our Ref: ENV/3209811 _ Date 5 th September 2018

Dear Sir/Madam,

The Wales Rod and Line (Salmon and Sea Trout) Byelaws 2017 I am writing to you as you made a representation relating to Natural Resources Wales’ (NRW) consultation on the Wales Rod and Line (Salmon and Sea Trout) Byelaws 2017. As there are outstanding objections to the Byelaws the Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs has appointed the Planning Inspectorate to hold a public local inquiry to hear the evidence on this matter in accordance with paragraph 2(1) of Schedule 26 of the Water Resources Act 1991. The Planning Inspectorate will appoint an Inspector to conduct the inquiry who will submit their recommendation in the form of a report to the Welsh Ministers. The Welsh Ministers will make the final decision on whether or not to confirm the Byelaws. The Planning Inspectorate has received a copy of all written representations provided to both NRW and the Cabinet Secretary. The inquiry is open to the public and as someone who made a representation you are welcome to attend. If you wish to submit further evidence to the Inspector then you are also welcome to speak at the inquiry. The purpose of the inquiry is to hear the evidence from all parties that they wish to put forward. The appointed Inspector will take all evidence from both the written representations and the inquiry, into consideration before submitting their report to the Welsh Ministers. You need only speak at the inquiry if you wish to add to your previous written representation. Given the large number of representations received, we would ask that; a) if you are aware of other individuals who have made a representation or b) if you are a member of an organisation, association or society etc. You consider liaising with them to nominate a person(s) to speak on behalf of the group. This will help to avoid repetition and ensure the effective and efficient running of the inquiry. The nominated person(s) need only contact us, confirming their intention to speak, and who they are representing. All future correspondence from the Planning Inspectorate will then only be sent to the nominated person. Therefore, please can you confirm one of the following: 1) I have nothing further to submit and do not wish to attend the inquiry. 2) I wish to attend the inquiry, but do not wish to speak. 3) I wish to attend the inquiry and present evidence to the Inspector. Please can I have your response, in writing, by Wednesday 19th September 2018. If I do not hear from you by this date I will assume that you are content with your written representation and do not wish to attend or speak at the inquiry. If you wish to attend the inquiry the Planning Inspectorate will write to you in due course with the arrangements. Finally, please find enclosed our language preference form. I would be most grateful if you could complete the form and return to us when replying to this letter. The Planning Inspectorate encourages the use of electronic communication and where an email address has been provided we will use this as the method of contact unless you inform us otherwise.

Yours sincerely G Harvey

Gareth Harvey Team Leader – Quality and Specilaist Casework

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