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Information for Land East Of Former Gas Works, Airedale Road, Keighley

Status: Potential
Planning Region: Yorkshire & the Humber
Planning Sub-Region: West Yorkshire
Operator: Halton Group / JO Steel / Endless Energy
Capacity: 90,000 RDF
Campaign Group(s): Aire Valley Against Incineration (Facebook group, Website)
Notes: Moving grate incinerator intended to burn RDF was granted planning permission in April 2014 (ref. 13/04217/FUL). The applicant did not appeal an August 2015 refusal to alter the planning consent (15/01381/FUL), but in November/December 2015 continued towards implementing the original planning consent by applying for non-material amendments and to discharge planning conditions (13/04217/NMA02 & 13/04217/SUB01) [Source]. These amendments/dischargements were subsequently approved [Source]. In August 2016 a new application was submitted for the plants anf these this was approved in February 2017 (Ref 16/06857/FUL). Environmental permit application submitted in October 2018 (EPR/ZP3537AT). In June 2020 the Environment Agency issued a draft permit for consultation with a deadline of 16th July 2020 for representations [Source]. (Entry updated 2020-06-16)

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