Green Port Hull plans signed off
Formal outline planning approval has been signed off on the ambitious proposals to re-develop part of Hull's Alexandra Dock as an offshore wind turbine assembly plant.
It marks another significant milestone in the £200m Green Port Hull project, which includes the proposed £80m turbine factory for the German engineering giant Siemens.
Planning councillors gave their support for a series of outline planning applications in May.
However, their approval was subject to further consultation with the National Planning Inspectorate and the Marine Management Organisation.
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A number of legal agreements required as part of the outline consent have also been completed.
It means council planners will now start working with Associated British Ports on a series of conditions attached to each approved application.
It was recently revealed that a final decision by Siemens on its commitment to the development was now expected to be made early in the New Year.