ABP seeks judicial review of Immingham plan

ABP is seeking a judicial review of the Secretary of State for Transport’s decision to grant a Development Consent Order for the Able Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber at Killingholme. The port operator says that it would allow the compulsory purchase of the Port of Immingham’s last remaining undeveloped land with access to deep water which it wants to develop into a major fuel product ... [+]

Parliament to review Humber plans

ABP has welcomed a Parliament review of Able UK's plans to build a Marine Energy Park (AMEP)at East Halton  in the Humber Estuary – a project that could conflict with its own development plans for the area. ABP, which operates the nearby port o0f Immingham said that it welcomed the ... [+]

ABP suggests compromise in the Humber

Associated British Ports has produced what it describes as a compromise proposal that would allow both its own s Immingham Western Deepwater Jetty (IWDJ) and Able UK's Marine Energy Park (AMEP) to go ahead in the Humber Estuary. ABP says it believes that such a solution is eminently achievable and ... [+]

Third delay for Able UK decision

Transport Minister Norman Baker delayed a decision on the proposed £450m Able UK marine energy park at East Halton in Lincolnshire for a third time on 28 August. The Government has already postponed a decision in May and July, although the minister has said he is minded to approve it. ... [+]

No decision yet on East Halton

The Government has delayed a decision on whether to give the go-ahead to Able UK's marine energy park near East Halton on the south bank of the Humber, according to local press reports. The thisisscunthorpe website said that an announcement was due to be made by this Friday, 24 May ... [+]

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