Feckenham Greener Grid Park project page
Welcome to our dedicated website for our proposal for a Greener Grid Park near Feckenham.
This website will be kept updated over the development period to keep you informed and to hear your views and ideas.
Stage 1: Site Selection
Extensive research to identify suitable sites.
No public engagement is carried out during this time because the site may not pass the criteria required for being suitable for development.
Stage 2: Pre-Planning
We request the view of Redditch Council on the level of study required. We contact local elected representatives and consultees such as Feckenham Parish Council.
Stage 3: Submit Planning Application, and Await Decision
An application is submitted to Redditch Council, accompanied by a comprehensive Planning Report and Environmental Assessments showing the results of all studies undertaken.
This is publicly available information and will be available on this project website. Interested parties such as Feckenham Parish Council can formally comment on the application. The Application is decided by Redditch Council.
Stage 4: Construction
If the project is approved, construction typically takes 18 months. Planning conditions are used to manage elements of construction.
Stage 5: Operation
Get the latest updates and developments for Feckenham Greener Grid Park, and feel free to contact us using the contact form.
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