Information for Shireoaks RDF Energy Plant, site of the former recycling plant and current Waste Transfer Station, Shireoaks Road, WorksopStatus: Prevented
Planning Region: East Midlands
Planning Sub-Region: Nottinghamshire
Operator: Kilbride Infrastructure, possibly in partnership with Biomass Power Ltd
Campaign Group(s): Worksop Against Incineration (WAI).
Notes: According to local campaigners the new land owner of the site is now intending to use the site for waste management purposes other than incineration but the campaigners remain vigilant. Scoping request submitted to Nottinghamshire County Council in January 2014 for an RDF-burning incinerator, but planning application has not been submitted. The site has a previous planning consent for a low-grade wood power plant, but this consent was never implemented and may have lapsed. (Entry updated 2015-03-24)
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