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    13/02/2018 | Project Number: 001047

    Key Project Facts

    Country: Location:
    United Kingdom Keighley, West Yorkshire
       
    Principal Facility Type: Facility Type:
    Integrated/mixed facilities Waste-to-Energy, Recycling, Waste Processing
       
    Principal Waste Type: Waste Type:
    MSW Municipal Solid Waste
       
    Development Phase: Value:
    Planning Approval £ 135,000,000
       

    Project Updates

    Date Change made
    13/02/2018 Legal challenge dismissed.
    20/11/2017 Judicial review to be held in January 2018.
    03/08/2016 Site works to start during August.
    19/01/2016 Non-material amendment to the original application for three waste-to-energy plants is granted planning approval.
    27/08/2015 Revised planning application refused.

    Development of a WtE facility.

    In December 2015, a non-material amendment to a previous planning application for three waste-to-energy (WtE) plants to be built on the derelict former gasworks site in Keighley, owned by the Halton Group, was granted planning approval. The application was for the development of three plants to recover energy from waste, with materials reception and feedstock building, offices, education/visitor centre, parking and landscaping - revised/replacement Flood Risk Assessment and Landscape Assessment.

    The Halton Group has formed a special company, Endless Energy, to implement the project. A two-strong partnership of companies has been designated to deliver the £135 million scheme: CNIM will manufacture the plant and construction works will be carried out by the Clugston Group.

    The December 2015 amendment comprised:

    (i) the repositioning of some personnel and roller shutter doors and elimination of others;

    (ii) a slight repositioning of the weighbridge;

    (iii) the introduction at ground level of two 1,800 mm pipes that connect building I to building J;

    iv) a metal screen fence erected between buildings I and J;

    v) an increase in width to the approved conveyor;

    vi) minor elevation changes to building M;

    vii) minor increase to landscape areas;

    viii) a reduction in the stack diameter.

    In July 2016, Keighley News reported that the project agent, JO Steel Consulting, has confirmed that all planning requirements have been met and amendments to the proposals have been approved by Bradford Council. At a public consultation held in the town at the end of the month, it was revealed that preparatory work on-site would start in August.

    A judicial review of BMDC's decision to grant planning permission was held in Leeds on 15th and 16th January 2018, resulting in the dismissal of the legal challenge. The next step will be for Endless Energy to apply for an environmental permit for the facility.

    Previous Applications

    The previous application was for two waste recycling plants to be built on the site, but the plans were unanimously refused by a City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (BMDC) planning committee in August 2015. Councillors unanimously refused the plan, on the grounds of its size and the proposed materials to be used.

    Prior to the refusal, in April 2014, the BMDC recommended approving planning permission for three plants to recover energy from waste, with materials reception and feedstock building, offices, education/visitor centre, parking and landscaping. This application was a material amendment to the proposal which was granted permission in April 2014.

    The major differences between the April 2014 approved plan and the plan which was refused in August 2015 were: a reduction of the number of energy facilities from three to two; removing the tyre waste pyrolysis activity; a slimming of the stack from a 4.0 metre to 2.2 metre diameter; an increase in the height of the buildings, maximum by approximately 5 metres; a change in the layout/footprint of several buildings; and an increase of the ‘massing’ of the buildings.

    Contact Information

    Consultants
    Contact Mr John Steel Phone
    Job Title Consultant Fax
    Email
     
    Company JO Steel Consulting
    Address 41 Tulyar Court
    Bingley
    West Yorkshire
    BD16 3ND
    United Kingdom
    Phone 44 1274 515907
    Fax
    Email
    Web
    Contractor/Engineer
    Contact Mr Andre Berthe Phone
    Job Title MD International Operations Fax
    Email [email protected]
     
    Company CNIM
    Address 35 Rue de Bassano
    Paris
    Ile-de-France
    75008
    France
    Phone 33 1 44 31100
    Fax 33 1 44 311130
    Email [email protected]
    Web www.cnim.com
    Contractor/Engineer
    Contact Mr Rod Fry Phone
    Job Title Construction Director Fax
    Email [email protected]
     
    Company Clugston Group
    Address St Vincent House
    Normanby Road
    Scunthorpe
    North Lincolnshire
    DN15 8QT
    United Kingdom
    Phone 44 1724 843491
    Fax 44 1724 867680
    Email [email protected]
    Web www.clugston.co.uk
    Sponsor/Developer
    Contact Mr Gordon Halton Phone
    Job Title Managing Director Fax
    Email [email protected]
     
    Company Halton Group
    Address Airedale House
    Dowley Gap Business Park
    Bingley
    West Yorkshire
    BD16 1WA
    United Kingdom
    Phone 44 1274 510237
    Fax 44 1274 510237
    Email [email protected]
    Web keighleycleanenergy.com
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