Exhibitions will reveal details of proposed Millbrook power station

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People can take a look at plans for Millbrook power station from this Friday.

Millbrook Power is hosting four local exhibitions until Tuesday next week (November 4).

It is part of the firm’s 35 day consultation for a proposed gas-fired power station at Rookery South Pit, near the villages of Stewartby and Marston Moretaine in Bedfordshire.

The statutory public consultation runs until November 16 and 10,000 leaflets have already been sent out to homes and businesses.

Exhibitions are being held on Friday from 3pm to 7pm at Marston Moretaine Village Hall, Bedford Road, Marston Moretaine; on Saturday from 9am to 1pm at Stewartby Village Hall, Stewartby Way, Stewartby; on Monday from 4pm to 8pm at Ampthill Masonic Centre, Old Court House, Church Street and on Tuesday from 11am to 3pm at Lidlington Village Hall, High Street, Lidlington.

Project manager Nick Johnson said: “These exhibitions are an extremely important part of our consultation with the public.

“People can have a look at more detailed information and imagery as well as talk to our technical experts about how the Project will operate.”