Consent for Bristol bioenergy plant rests on fuel sustainability
The sustainability of the fuel to be used by a proposed bioenergy plant can be a material consideration in the planning consent decision, according to the secretary of state for communities and local government, Eric Pickles.The secretary's opinion was issued in response to an appeal against a decision by Bristol City Council to refuse planning permission for the redevelopment of part of the former Sevalco plant in Avonmo
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