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available to contain/clean up an incident (e.g. spill kits, waste reception facilities). A contact list for notifying relevant stakeholders will be appended to the plan.


206 Personnel working on site, including any subcontractors will be trained in the project environmental emergency response procedures, so that they are prepared and able to respond to an incident promptly and effectively. Where appropriate, EAOL encourages environmental emergency response plans to be tested on-site in consultation with EAOL.


207 A Flood Plan would be produced. During construction all site staff would be made aware of sections of the route that are located within a Flood Zone, and aware of the evacuation process in the event of a flood and any FloodWarning Systems would be subscribed to.


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If, during construction, remains are found unexpectedly on a site not known to be a burial ground, they will not be removed. In such circumstances, the local environmental health officer and the project archaeologist will be consulted to assess the remains. If it is concluded that they are modern, the police will be consulted. If the police have no interest and it is necessary to exhume the remains, then an application for a licence will be made to the Ministry of Justice immediately.


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Requirement 19 of the DCO requires the production of a Landscaping Management Scheme, to be submitted to and approved by the relevant planning authority after consultation with Natural England. Requirement 26 of the DCO requires the production of an Ecological Management Plan, to be submitted to and approved by the relevant planning authority in consultation with Natural England. Both these documents must be in accordance with the Outline Landscape and Ecological Management Strategy, a certified document under Article 33 of the DCO. The above documents will not form part of the Code of Construction Practice, but a brief summary of their function and proposed content is given below.


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The aim of the Landscaping Management Scheme and Ecological Management Plan is to outline the requirement for landscape and ecological mitigation and enhancement measures that are reflective of the landscape and ecological surveys and impact assessment carried out as part of the onshore electrical transmission works. The Landscaping Management Scheme will also outline the landscaping requirements at the Converter Station and measures for tree and hedge protection during the onshore works.


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The Ecological Management Plan will also include the need for protected species licences and any additional licenses which may be required from Natural England in


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