[Withdrawn] SN4 0QD, Amazon Data Services UK Limited: Environmental Permit Application Announcement – EPR / FP3000LY / A001

Request details

The Environment Agency has received a new bespoke application for an environmental permit under the Environmental Permits Regulations (England and Wales) 2016 from Amazon Data Services UK Limited.

Application number

EPR / FP3000LY / A001

Type of regulated facility

Section 1.1 A (1) (a): Burn any fuel in an appliance with a rated thermal output of 50 megawatts or more

Address of regulated establishment

Swindon Data Center – Emergency Backup Generation Facility

Burderop Park




The app includes:

  • the completed application form
  • a non-technical summary
  • a summary of the management system
  • an environmental risk assessment
  • suggested surgical techniques, including an assessment of best available techniques
  • management plans to address all key risks
  • modeling and monitoring of any significant emissions to air, soil or water
  • a report on the state of the site
  • use of raw materials and energy efficiency and waste avoidance measures

If you have any comments on the application, send them before November 15, 2021.

You can comment:

We are following government advice to manage coronavirus risks to our organization, protect the health, safety and well-being of our staff, and support our critical operations. Accordingly, please contact us;

Online: view and comment on the application via the Citizen’s Space

By e-mail: [email protected]

For advice on how to make a representation or if you are unable to make a representation by email, please call 03 708 506 506.

The Environment Agency normally enters all comments it receives in the public registry. This includes your name but not your personal contact details. Please tell us if you do not want your response to be public.

The privacy notice for permit applicants / operators can be viewed in the environmental permit application forms on GOV.UK

When the request concerns a facility and there has / has been an EIA for an authorized development or as part of a planning request (no infrastructure projects of national importance) The proposals of this request also make subject to a separate environmental impact assessment carried out as part of land use planning. You can get more information on this from the Swindon Borough Council.

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