Greenwich planning board gives green light to energy centre in Greenwich Peninsula (From News Shopper)
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Greenwich planning board gives green light to energy centre in Greenwich Peninsula
2:54pm Tuesday 17th September 2013 in News
PLANNING permission for a low carbon energy centre in Greenwich Peninsula was given the green light last night.
The site off Millenium Way will have a plant and equipment to power heat energy for the entire Greenwich Masterplan development.
The 2,600 square metre base will include aluminium panelling, a 49metre high flue stack, office space and visitor centre.
Forest Hill’s Horniman Museum, which houses some of its collections in the nearby Dreadnought building, has been in discussion with developers over concerns about dust, noise, pollution and vibrations from the construction.
A Greenwich Council planning board unanimously passed the proposal on September 16 which will now be referred to the Mayor of London for approval.
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