Public invited to hear more on Blyth site plans
17 Oct 2018 ARCHIVED (over 3 months old) - view latest news
The council's development company is to host a public information event to mark the next stage in attracting investment on the former Blyth Power Station and Ash Dock site at Cambois.
The event, organised by Arch, will take place at Cambois Primary School, Cambois, NE24 1RD on Wednesday 24th October between 2.30pm and 7.00pm
Located on the Blyth Estuary, Energy Central is a hub made up of world leading organisations, skills and infrastructure in the oil and gas, offshore wind, telecoms and decommissioning industries. Key partners including Arch, Port of Blyth, the Offshore Renewable Catapult and Northumberland County Council, have come together to help promote growth and investment opportunities to support investment in Northumberland.
As a part of this campaign, Arch have made significant progress over the last 18 months in bringing forward enabling works on the former Blyth Power Station site and ash dock in order to facilitate future use of the site.
Consents are secured for these enabling works which are currently out to tender. The award of the contract is expected in December this year with works commencing in early 2019. The works will take approximately two years to complete.
Arch is inviting local residents to view the plans and receive updates on the enabling works and programme of activity shortly to take place within the Enterprise Zone.
Arch staff members and their consultants will be on hand to answer any questions.
If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01670 528 486