Friday, February 3, 2023

Firms asked to look at changes to Gate Burton Energy Park plans

Businesses are being asked their opinions in an additional stage of targeted consultation on proposals for Gate Burton Energy Park.

In a six-week consultation window open until December 13th developers Low Carbon businesses can learn more about the localised changes for Gate Burton Energy Park. Low Carbon is specifically seeking feedback on a number of minor additions it has made to the project boundary – known as indicative Order Limits – which result in a small increase in land allocation.

Mike Rutgers, Development Director at Low Carbon said: “The minor nature of the changes does not have any material impact on the proposals we consulted on over the summer, but we’re keen to give people living near to the additional areas the opportunity to provide their views and comments on the changes.

“Our next steps will see us continue to refine the indicative Order Limits for the project in response to comments we receive during this stage of targeted consultation ahead of submitting our application for a Development Consent Order to the Planning Inspectorate.

This is likely to be the last time Low Carbon consults on its proposals for Gate Burton Energy Park before submitting its DCO application to the Planning Inspectorate. However, people will still have the opportunity to contribute to the development process.

Anybody wanting to find out more and submit their views can go to the project website – – to submit their feedback to the consultation

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