Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.


The Brent Cross Waste Incinerator: what it could be like...

"Video of the process used to treat residual household rubbish, extract recyclable material and divert away from landfill..."

"This video shows how NEAT has designed, built and commissioned the UK’s first commercial-scale 13MWatt-e energy recovery facility for New Earth Solutions, alongside its existing 250kilotonne Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) facility in Bristol..."

The above shows relevant waste processing technology, but those companies have no connection with the Brent Cross Cricklewood area.
Unrelated to them, a shell company registered in the Isle of Man, called 'Clean Power Properties Limited', has listed 'Cricklewood' as one of its desired waste incinerator locations.

It is also trying to obtain planning permission for a 'Willesden' waste incinerator, in the London Borough of Ealing.

Link to Clean Power Properties Ltd.
(Generic image from that web site)

Link to the Brent Cross Cricklewood incinerator

As luck would have it, Hammerson already has planning permission for a Brent Cross waste incinerator, from the London Borough of Barnet...

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... And even wants to put a restaurant on top of it ...

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(We apologise for Hammerson's stupidity.)

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