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Expansion of Crowland renewable energy plant means more than 20 new jobs




An artist's impression of new biomass combined heat and power, waste water treatment and vertical food growing plants to be built at Decoy Farm in Crowland.Photo supplied by Sycamore Planning Ltd.(4122030)
An artist's impression of new biomass combined heat and power, waste water treatment and vertical food growing plants to be built at Decoy Farm in Crowland.Photo supplied by Sycamore Planning Ltd.(4122030)

More than 20 new jobs could be created at a renewable energy plant in Crowland which is set for a £24million expansion.

The owners of a combined heat and power plant at Decoy Farm, off Spalding Road, Crowland, were given the go-ahead to enlarge its operations by treating waste water and growing fresh food there as well.

Lincolnshire County Council’s planning and regulation committee unanimously approved an expansion scheme put in by Daventry-based Sycamore Planning Limited during a meeting last Monday.


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