Revised plans for Yorkshire Energy Park near Hull get go-ahead

Fresh plans for a huge job-creating energy and technology park near Hull have been approved by the city council.
Revised proposals for the £200m scheme known as Yorkshire Energy Park are said to cement Hull’s status as a renewable energy leader. The move follows news in November that rare earth specialist Pensana, which is plotting a £150m separation facility at the nearby Saltend Chemicals Park, is investigating putting a magnet metals operation on the 200-acre site on the former Hedon Airfield.
The park, which is being led by Hull-based developer Sewell Group, previously received conditional consent from East Riding Council in November 2019 but was said …