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Soton Biomass plant’s rejigged plans released

May 8, 2012 by

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The proposed Southampton biomass power plant’s revised designs have now been released and a new round of consultation is due to start shortly. Helius energy’s original proposal was widely slated by local residents and eventually all political parties for being designed in a way that made it loom over the local neighbourhood, forcing the company […]

Biomass Power Plant plans delayed in the face of public backlash

April 26, 2011 by

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Planning permission for the proposed Biomass Power Station has been delayed for a redesign and second consultation following a backlash against the original plans by residents in Millbrook. Nearby residents were up in arms against the original plans, as we reported on previously, over concerns that the proposed building would dwarf local houses, create extra […]

Opposition building to proposed Biomass Power Plant in Millbrook

March 11, 2011 by

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Public opposition is ramping up against a proposed Biomass Power Plant in Millbrook, with local residents concerned that the development will dominate their neighbourhood and increase air pollution in the heavily populated area. The company behind the scheme, Helius Energy, says that the plant will create many jobs for the still recession-hit docks whilst helping […]