SOUTHAMPTON BIOMASS POWERNotice ID:
SOUTHAMPTON BIOMASS POWER Southampton Biomass Power Ltd (a subsidiary of Helius Energy plc) proposes to apply to the Secretary of State under section 37 of The Planning Act 2008
for a Development Consent Order for a 100MWe biomass fuelled electricity generating plant on a site within the Western Docks, Port of Southampton
(Grid Reference SU 397 124). Public exhibitions Helius Energy is holding public exhibitions on the proposals
from 2pm until 8pm on: Tuesday 12th June 2012 at the Holy Trinity Church Parish Hall,
Millbrook Road West, Southampton SO15 0JZ Wednesday 20th June 2012 at the Marchwood Village Hall,
Marchwood Village Centre, Marchwood, SO40 4SX Tuesday 26th June 2012 at the Freemantle United Reform Church Hall, 257 Shirley Road, Freemantle, Southampton SO15 3HS Tuesday 3rd July 2012 at the Marchwood Village Hall, Marchwood Village Centre, Marchwood, SO40 4SX Thursday 5th July 2012 at the Blighmont TA Centre, Millbrook Road West, Southampton SO15 0AJ Personnel from Helius Energy plc will be present, together with selected members of the technical consultants team, to answer questions. Further information about the scheme can be found on the project website (www.southamptonbiomasspower.com) or at the following locations: Southampton City Council Gateway, One Guildhall Square, Southampton, SO14 7FP [8.30am-5.30pm Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 9.30am-5.30pm Wednesday and 8.30-7.00pm Thursday] Shirley Library, Shirley Precinct, Shirley High Street, Southampton SO15 5LL [9.30am-7.00pm Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 10.00am -7.00pm Wednesday, and 9.30am-4.00pm Saturday] On request from the Parish Clerk, Marchwood Village Hall, Marchwood Village Centre, Marchwood, Southampton SO40 4SX [9am-12noon Monday to Friday] Any responses in respect of the project should be sent to Helius Energy plc by completing the comments form on the project website at www.southamptonbiomasspower.com/comments or by post to Southampton Biomass Power, Helius Energy plc, 242 Marylebone Road, London NW1 6JL. Responses must be made in writing by Friday 3rd August 2011. Responses should explain who is making the response and give an address for future correspondence. Responses may be made public.