Air quality concerns halt Bristol gas power plans

Plans for a gas-fired power station in Bristol have been turned down on grounds of air quality, noise and visual impact

by Greg Pitcher and Gareth Simkins
Bristol City Council rejected the gas engine-powered generator due to air quality, visual and noise concerns. Image: UK Power Reserve
Bristol City Council rejected the gas engine-powered generator due to air quality, visual and noise concerns. Image: UK Power Reserve

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