After eight exhibitions across Dorset and Hampshire, our team is happy with progress. Over two weeks in early February we met nearly 2,000 people, answering their questions and showing how our plans have chan
Poole Charter Boats Association (PCBA) has welcomed the Navitus Bay offshore wind park project as sponsor for its 2015 Poole Species Hunt competition.
MHI VESTAS SELECTED AS PREFERRED TURBINE SUPPLIER FOR NAVITUS BAY
BLADES TO BE MADE IN ISLE OF WIGHT FACTORY
Dorset-based businessman Ian Cambrook MBE has been appointed Business and Community Engagement Manager for the Navitus Bay offshore wind park project.
Simon Bowkett, Labour’s General Election candidate and Clare Moody MEP both welcome the off-shore wind farm proposed in the channel off the Dorset coast and call on MPs and councillors across the c
Details have been released today of how a vessel carrying out geotechnical surveys on behalf of the Navitus Bay wind park supported the local coastguard with an unplanned training exercise
The registration period for interested parties starts on 13 May 2014 and any representation or response must be received by PINS by 23 June 2014.
On the 8th May The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) confirmed that Navitus Bay Development Limited’s formal application for development consent has been accepted and will progress to the pre
Planning Inspectorate confirms that Development Consent Application will enter next phase of assessment
Navitus Bay Development Ltd (NBDL) has today officially entered into ‘memoranda of understanding’ (MOU) with three local ports – Poole, Yarmouth and Portland.
Navitus Bay Development Ltd has today announced that it will scale back the proposed wind park in order to reduce its visual impact.
Navitus Bay invites the public to informal drop-in sessions to meet the project team
Members of the public are being invited to attend another series of informal drop-in sessions to talk to the Navitus Bay team about its proposals for an offshore wind park off the Dorset and Hampshire coast, to the west of the Isle of Wight.
The proposed Navitus Bay Wind Park takes an important step forward today (Monday) with the launch of the final planned round of public consultation before the developers submit their consent application in early 2014.
Wind park developer, Navitus Bay, has today published advance copies of the socio-economic impact assessments that will inform its overall application for development consent.
Members of the public will have a chance to talk to the Navitus Bay project team and submit their views on the proposed wind park, at the final planned round of public exhibitions prior to the submission of its consent application in early 2014.
Hampshire-based endurance swimmer, Anna Wardley yesterday embarked on a gruelling training swim in preparation for her swim around the Isle of Wight in September as part of her Five Island Swim Challenge.
Navitus Bay Development Limited (NBDL) has today announced a shortlist of three local ports – Poole, Portland and Yarmouth – to host the wind park’s operations and maintenance (O&M) functions.
Children will be able to learn about climate change and energy efficiency on a new interactive children’s page launched on the Navitus Bay website.