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Statement to Parliament: Transport update: M25 Junction 10 and A3 Wisley Interchange decision extension

Revised deadlines for the development consent order application for the M25 Junction 10 / A3 Wisley Interchange improvement.

Statement to Parliament: Transport update: M25 Junction 10 and A3 Wisley Interchange decision extension

Published: 12 January 2021
By Chris Haycock



I have been asked by my Right Honourable Friend, the Secretary of State, to make this written Ministerial statement. This statement concerns the application made under the Planning Act 2008 for the proposed alteration and upgrading by Highways England of the existing M25 Junction 10 Roundabout.

Under section 107(1) of the Planning Act 2008, the Secretary of State must make his decision within 3 months of receipt of the examining authority’s report unless exercising the power under section 107(3) to extend the deadline and make a statement to the House of Parliament announcing the new deadline. The Secretary of State received the examining authority’s report on the M25 Junction 10/A3 Wisley Interchange development consent order application on 12 October 2020 and the original deadline for a decision was 12 January 2021.

The deadline for the decision is to be extended to 12 May 2021 (an extension of 4 months) to enable the Secretary of State to consult further on the application including on the question of appropriate provision of replacement land to compensate for the proposed special category land to be compulsorily purchased under the development consent order.

The decision to set a new deadline is without prejudice to the decision on whether to grant development consent.

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