Hull City gives green light to Siemens plan

Hull City Council’s Planning Committee has granted approval to plans by global wind energy firm Siemens for a turbine blade factory and associated facilities on the port's Alexandra Dock. This now means that the entire Siemens development has full planning approval. It follows a Siemens decision last November to bring together buildings previously earmarked for Alexandra Dock and nearby Paull onto a single site. Siemens’ Hull project director Finbarr Dowling ... [+]

Wind in Hull’s sails as Siemens confirms Green Port plan

Siemens has confirmed longstanding plans to build a new wind turbine factory in the port of Hull. The German owned engineering firm is investing £160m in Green Port Hull at the city's Alexandra Dock and in a new blade factory in nearby Paull. According to reports, the factories will be open ... [+]

Hull passes hurdle

Hull City Council’s Planning Committee gave its consent to the proposed Green Port Hull facility on 9 May. Associated British Ports and Siemens plan to build a  assembly plant at the site. Negotiations to secure and sign a commercial agreement between the two companies continue, and a deal is expected ... [+]

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