Marine Energy Park near Humber getting nearer to approval
Plans for a £450m Marine Energy Park, set to be built on the south bank of the Humber, are about to receive the Government’s approval, Able UK has recently revealed.
The Energy Park is planned to cover 906 acres, providing 1,279 metres of quayside facilities purpose-built for the manufacture, assembly and installation of offshore renewable technologies. Furthermore, considering the fact that the park is located at the centre of the largest enterprise zone in the UK, its developer expect it to attract about 4,000 jobs directly and act as the catalyst for establishing the Humber as a world-class centre for the renewable energy industries.
Able UK group development director Neil Etherington said: "It is obviously good news that the panel which carried out the very detailed and complex examination of our application recommended granting consent.”
"It’s also good news that in the announcement ministers do recognise the regeneration and economic benefits for both the local area and the wider development of the offshore renewable energy industry.” he added.
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