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Information for Circular Technology Park, Former Ford Blockworks, Ford Airfield Industrial Estate, Ford, Arundel

Status: Potential
Planning Region: South East
Planning Sub-Region: West Sussex
Operator: Grundon and Viridor
Capacity: 275,000
Campaign Group(s): Ford Parish Council
Notes: The site has planning permission for a gasification-type incinerator approved in July 2014 (ref WSCC/096/13/F), with decision notice issued in January 2015. Planning consent includes a planning condition requiring a design-stage R1 certificate before the facility can be brought into use [Source]. Environmental permit issued in October 2015 [Source]. In September 2019 it was announced that Viridor had joined Grundon for this project [Source, Source]. In March 2020 it was announced that Grundon would be moving to a conventional incinerator technology for the plant and to increase the capacity from 200,000 to 275,000 and intended to submit a planning application to allow for this [Source]. A planning application for the revised scheme was submitted in July 2020 [WSCC/036/20]. (Entry updated 2020-07-08)

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