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ABP launches new consultation on Immingham Green Energy terminal plans

The public and neighbouring businesses are being invited to share their views on updates to ABP’s proposed Immingham Green Energy Terminal development in a second round of consultation which began this week and runs to the end of June.

Associated British Ports is submitting a proposal to construct and operate a new multi-user green energy terminal to be located on the eastern side of the port. The project includes a green hydrogen production facility to be constructed and operated by Air Products.

This supplementary consultation reflects several refinements which have been made to the scheme following the original statutory consultation earlier this year.

Changes to the proposed IGET development:

Landside works
• Amendments to the proposed site boundary
• Routing of the pipe rack and jetty access road in the Long Strip woodland
• West site illustrative layout, elevation, and drainage
• Construction vehicle numbers increasing to deliver additional fill materials for the West Site
• Permanent adjustment to speed limits on Laporte Road
• Public Rights of Way diversion (Public Bridleway 36) and removal of informal access in two areas
• Temporary removal of Kings Road street furniture and overhead line works

Marine works
• Marine design changes including Jetty alignment and length; berth arrangement and associated requirements

The formal consultation will run between Wednesday 24 May and Friday 30 June 2023. Members of the public can view the plans at the Burton Hall in Immingham Civic Centre on Thursday 22 June from 2pm to 6pm and Saturday 24 June from 10am to 2pm.

All consultation documents are available to view and download online at:

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