Information for Eastleigh Energy Recovery Centre, Off Chickenhall Lane (near the Deacon Trading Estate), EastleighStatus: Prevented
Planning Region: South East
Planning Sub-Region: Hampshire
Operator: Clean Power Properties Ltd
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Notes: Proposed pyrolysis-type incinerator (8-13MW Advanced Combustion Technology Facility). Full planning application submitted in October 2013 [Ref: HCC/2013/0347]. Committee resolved to grant consent in March 2014 and consent was formally granted in November 2014. Permit application for the pryolysis plant was withdrawn in November 2014, and it is anticipated that if it proceeds this new plant will use the same gasification technology as proposed for Corby, meaning planning permission may need to be varied, however as of January 2020 there are no reports of this project moving forwards. (Entry updated 2020-01-29)
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Please be aware: There is always room for improvement, so please send updates to firstname.lastname@example.org. Existing Incinerator means a facility that is operational or under construction/commissioning. A Potential Incinerator is a facility where there is a proposal for an incinerator (e.g. planning application or planning consent) or other reason to believe an incinerator might be built/proposed in the future. A Prevented Incinerator is something which used to be a proposal or expected incinerator which we do not believe is currently being progressed (e.g. because the project was cancelled, planning permission refused, or years have gone by since the permission was granted without any progress) - in some cases a facility marked as prevented is being progressed without us being aware or is subsequently revived. Capacity is usually the permitted or maximum advertised capacity of the facility.