Local people are to have a chance next week to find out more about a proposal for a new energy from waste combined heat and power facility proposed for Canford Resource Park.
MVV Environment Ltd is looking to bring its expertise in sustainable waste management and renewable energy generation to the Park which is off Magna Road. This site is an active waste management site, including a closed landfill and waste processing facilities. The proposed development is a 260,000 tonne per annum Energy from Waste Combined Heat and Power (EfW CHP) facility that will be Carbon Capture Retrofit Ready (CCRR).
The pre-application public consultation events are on Thursday 12, Friday 13 and Saturday 14 January at The Hamworthy Club, Canford Magna, and Bearwood Community Centre, Bearwood. MVV staff will be available to answer questions and explain more about the project.
Paul Carey, managing director, said: “An important part of the planning process is to consult the local community, and this is the first opportunity for local people to have their say. MVV takes consultation very seriously and we actively encourage two-way dialogue at all stages of the planning process.”
There is no need to book in advance and the venues will be manned as follows:
- Thursday 12 January The Hamworthy Club, Magna Road, BH21 3AP 10am – 7pm
- Friday 13 January Bearwood Community Centre, King John Avenue, BH11 9TF 10am – 7pm
- Saturday 14 January The Hamworthy Club 11am – 4pm
MVV, together with its professional advisors, are developing the planning application for submission to BCP Council in late spring 2023. Following submission, there will be a further round of consultation to allow local people to comment further on the more detailed plans presented for consideration. Further details on MVV Environment Ltd and its proposals at Canford Resource Park, as well as project documents and news, can be found here: www.mvv-canfordchp.co.uk
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