Consultation 

The replacement energy recovery facility that we are proposing would generate over 50 megawatts of electricity. In planning terms, this means that it is a ‘Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project’. This meant that the decision to grant consent for our proposals (following examination of our application) was taken by the Secretary of State for Energy, Industry and Industrial Strategy.

The consent we applied for is known as a ‘Development Consent Order’ or ‘DCO’.

We had two planned phases of consultation. The first phase took place between 28 November 2014 and 27 January 2015 and allowed us to collect your thoughts before we shaped our plans. The second phase took place from 18 May to 30 June 2015 and allowed us to ask for your comments on the detail of our proposals.

The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has now granted a Development Consent Order (DCO) for us to build a replacement energy recovery facility, and associated development, at the Edmonton EcoPark.

We will now consider the details of the consent, and the implications of any conditions included. You can read the full statement here.

You can view the application documents in our Document Library

What happened to the comments submitted during the consultation?

All the comments we received during phases one and two of the consultation, no matter how large or small, were reviewed and considered. The comments we received covered a range of topics and helped us to finalise our proposals for this project. 

You can read our consultation report which sets out the approach we took to consultation, the written comments received during phases one and two of the consultation, and our responses to those comments.

You can click on the links below to see the relevant section of the consultation report where the comments and our responses have been summarised by theme.

Phase one

Phase two

The consultation report forms part of the application we submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for a Development Consent Order. 
 
You can also find out more about phase one of the consultation and see the feedback that we received in our phase one consultation feedback report.

What happens next

You can see the timelines and the stages that we need to go through to make the North London Heat and Power Project a reality here.

Tell me more about the consultation process

Our statement of community consultation set out how we intended to consult in the period during which we prepared our application. It was prepared in accordance with the requirements of Section 47 of the Planning Act 2008, and was subject to consultation with Enfield Council, the host borough for our application. 

More information

You can find out more about the North London Heat and Power Project here.

Hello! Our two planned phases of consultation have now finished. We have reviewed all of the feedback we received during both phases of the consultation and have produced a summary of the consultation report.

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If you have any questions please call 0208 489 3940 or email info@northlondonheatandpower.london

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