Information for Barr Killoch Energy Recovery Park, Killoch Depot, Killoch Colliery, Ochiltree, CumnockStatus: Potential
Planning Region: Scotland
Planning Sub-Region: East Ayrshire
Operator: Barr Environmental Ltd
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Notes: Planning application submitted for gasification plant to treat municipal waste in May 2015 (15/0413/PP). Planning permission approved in April 2017. As of March 2020 the official website had not been updated in a number of years. In a letter to the MOD dated from September 2019 it was stated that work on the site was anticipated to start around October 2019. It is unclear whether or not consturction began, but in March 2020 all construction in Scotland was temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus. (Entry updated 2020-03-25)
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