Important Announcement – Dates of Public Consultation Events for Peel Ports 20-Year Plan for Hunterston PARC & the Clyde Regional Marine Plan

The Friends of the Firth of Clyde want as many people as possible to know about two important public consultation events that are taking place over coming weeks which will inform future developments at Hunterston Peninsula and the wider plans for the Firth of Clyde.

We are encouraging all our supporters to attend and to spread the word. This is an important opportunity to learn more and to have your voice heard!

Clyde Marine Planning Partnership Public Consultation Event on The Clyde Regional Marine Plan, Saturday 11th May 2019, 6pm – 9pm, The Brisbane Centre, Bath Street, Largs

CMPP Public Meeting and Peel Liaison

 

You can read more about how the Clyde Regional Marine plan is relevant to our campaign for an Environmental Impact assessment to be required of Peel Ports plans for oil rig decommissioning at Hunterston on our news blog >>>

Events are being held all around the region and more information can
be found about the consultation from the Clyde Marine Planning
Partnership (CMPP) website

Please note questions must be emailed in advance to info@clydemarineplan.scot

Peel Ports 20-Year Plan Public Consultation Event, Fairlie Village
Hall, Tuesday 4th June – Thursday 6th June 2019 & Millport, Garrison 
House,  Thursday 6th June 2019 * times of both events to be confirmed*

PP 20 Year Plan Flyer

 

The existence of the Peel Port 20 Year Plan was first referred to in the Marine Scotland PAC event back in August 2018, however until now local residents and the wider community have heard little about Peel Ports aspirations for the site, apart from the controversial proposals for oil rig decommissioning.

 

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Information about Peel Ports’ vision for the site is now available on the Hunterston PARC website, and includes:

  • Oil Rig and Large Marine Vessel Decommissioning
  • Liquid Natural Gas Distribution Hub and Power Station
  •  Power Generation and Energy Intensive Industry
  • Specialist Chemical Import, Storage and Process.This is an important opportunity to hear more directly from Peel Ports representatives about their intentions for the site, ask questions and provide feedback to Peel Ports on the community’s aspirations for environmentally safe and sustainable developments at Hunterston PARC.

PLEASE PASS ON THE WORD ABOUT THESE TWO IMPORTANT CONSULTATIONS AND HAVE YOUR VOICE HEARD.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU THERE!

 

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