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Information for A303 Enviropark, near Andover in Test Valley

Status: Prevented
Planning Region: South West
Planning Sub-Region: Hampshire
Operator: Wheelabrator Harewood and the Raymond Brown Group
Capacity: 450,000
Campaign Group(s): STOP the Harewood Incinerator and Test Valley Friends of the Earth
Notes: Initial pre-application consultation events were scheduled for end of February 2019, but in February 2020 Wheelabrator announced that it would "no longer continue to invest in the development of the Wheelabrator Harewood waste-to-energy facility" [Source]. Appears the intention was for a conventional mass-burn incinerator, but due to size will be treated as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP). Those involved in the project include Wheelabrator Technologies Inc, the Raymond Brown Group, Aecom, DWD LLP, Womble Bond Dickinson and Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets [Source]. (Entry updated 2019-02-20)

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