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Information for Brickkiln Enviroparc, Electra Road, Maydown

Status: Prevented
Planning Region: Northern Ireland
Planning Sub-Region: Derry
Operator: SBS Waste Partnership (consortium of Shanks (now Renewi), Brickkiln and Sisk)
Capacity: ~80,000
Campaign Group(s): Derryair and Zero Waste North West
Notes: Planning permission granted in September 2011 for a gasification-type incinerator [See application]. Facility proposed as part of a bid by the SBS Waste Partnership in relation to the North West Region Waste Management Group procurement run by local councils. SBS were named as preferred bidders in May 2013 [Source, Source]. In 2014 the scheme was marked abandoned in the Renewable Energy Planning Database, and there have been no updates on the project since then. Brickkiln entered administration in 2015 and the site went on the market [Source]. (Entry updated 2020-02-24)

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