Have your say on Proposed Humber International Enterprise Park Development

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ABP Humber, on Tuesday, 2nd March, are inviting residents from Paull, Hedon and surrounding areas to have their say on the development at Hedon Haven known as Humber International Enterprise park (HIEP).

In December 2018, the HIEP proposal was submitted by ABP via a planning application* to East Riding of Yorkshire Council for port related employment development at Hedon Haven known.

The planning application was submitted after the first engagement session, in Autumn 2018, with the local community and consultation, where comments received shaped further revisions to the proposal.

Next Tuesday, ABP and the project team will present the latest scheme. Following this they will take questions and respond to comments made. To create a focussed discussion, there will be ten “speaking” spaces in each session on a first come first served basis. These will be allocated in advance.

There will be two sessions held on the evening, 6:00pm – 7:00pm, would welcome those particularly from the community of Paull to attend the first session. And for the second session, 7:15pm – 8:15pm, would welcome those particularly from the community of Hedon to attend the second session.

There will be an observer from the Council’s Planning Department will attend both sessions so that the sessions can be reported to the Planning Committee.

If you would like to attend please e-mail: [email protected] providing the following:

  • your name;
  • the session you would like to attend;
  • the e-mail address you would like the meeting link to be sent to, and;
  • the subject line: register to speak.

If you do not indicate a session preference we will endeavour to provide you a place in one or other.

Please e-mail to register by 12pm on Monday 1st March. Any requests received after will not be able to register any requests to speak.

If you do not wish to speak or we are unable to offer you a speaking space due to demand, you can watch a session live. To receive a link to watch live please e-mail [email protected] with the subject line: register to watch. In response, you will be provided a link to watch both sessions.

The ABP property team look forward to (virtually) meeting you to discuss this exciting development which will boost the local area and economy.

*The planning application can be viewed on East Riding of Yorkshire Council's website using the planning application reference number: 18/04071/STPLFE

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