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Information for Micheldever railway sidings / Overton Road, Micheldever Station

Status: Prevented
Planning Region: South East
Planning Sub-Region: Hampshire
Operator: Clean Power Properties Ltd (owned and fully funded by Mountgrange Real Estate Opportunity Fund) and Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd, and possibly Biomass Power Ltd and Bouygues (UK) LTD
Capacity: 100,000
Campaign Group(s): Micheldever Action Group. Contact to be put in touch with those opposing this development.
Notes: In January 2015 Clean Power Properties appealed against Hampshire County Council’s refusal of planning permission in June 2014 [Appeal Ref APP/Q1770/W/14/3001572]. This appeal was withdrawn in October 2015 with no reason given, but there is the potential that the application will be resubmitted using a different incineration technology. Costs were awarded to Hampshire County Council due to Clean Power’s urneasonable behaviour [Source]. Was a proposed pyrolysis-type incinerator (6MW Advanced Combustion Technology Facility) intended to process C&I and MSW. Planning application submitted in September 2012 [View application]. As of January 2020 there are no reports of this project moving forwards. (Entry updated 2020-01-29)

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