No phase of development shall take place until a Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) for that phase of the development has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. The approved CEMP shall be adhered to throughout the construction period of that phase. The CEMP shall include details of any phasing of the approved works across the site and shall demonstrate how the mitigation measures set out in the submitted Habitats Regulations Assessment, Arup, dated 14 August 2020 have been incorporated in to the construction methods and how they will be implemented. The CEMP shall also include the following details:
• The method to be used to control the emission of dust, noise and vibration from construction works, including any details of any mitigation measures required;
• Measures to control the deposit of mud and debris on adjoining public highways;
• Site fencing and security;
• Temporary contractors’ buildings, plant, storage of materials, lighting and parking for site operatives;
• The use of temporary generators;
• The arrangement or turning of vehicles within the site so that they may enter and leave in forward gear;
• A risk assessment of construction activities with potentially damaging effects on local ecological receptors including any measures to protect those receptors during construction;
• Roles and responsibilities for the implementation of the CEMP requirements and measures; and
• Measures to control invasive plant species.
REASON: In the interest of neighbour amenity, highways safety and protection of sites of ecological value in accordance with policies SD4 and N4 of the Redcar and Cleveland Local Plan.
REASON FOR PRE-COMMENCEMENT: The information is required prior to any works commencing on site as it relates to construction details which are often the first works on site and relate to site preparation.