Monday 5 September 2022
COMMUNITY consultations take place this week after plans were revealed to build a major solar farm on land off Long Lane, three-quarters of a mile west of Woodmansey. The project, covering 84 acres at White Hall Farm, would produce enough energy to power 7,500 homes per year and would also include a Battery Energy Storage System, with a capacity of up to 30 MW, to store energy and release it to the grid when needed.
The scheme, by Israel-based Econergy, who have projects in Spain, Italy, Romania and Poland as well as the UK, will be the subject of an online Zoom presentation on Wednesday, between 11am and 12.30pm and an information event at Beverley Memorial Hall on Thursday between 2 and 6pm. The public consultation on the plans is due to run until September 25 and feedback can also be given on-line.
To find out more, register to attend either of this week’s events or to leave comments go to www.whitehallsolar.com
LOCAL projects aimed at tackling crime and anti-social behaviour can apply for funding in a new round of applications launched by Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison. The Community Safety Fund provides grants of between £500 and £35,000 and is open to non-profit organisations, charities, community groups and social enterprises together with Town and Parish Councils. More details here
A TV PRODUCTION company is looking for extras for a major BAFTA and Emmy-winning TV series being filmed in Hull. Up to three days work could be available for people aged 16 or over at a rate of £110 to £180 a day. More details here