As part of the planning process, Real Ventures will conduct a
comprehensive Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).
The EIA will address a range of potential environmental impacts and
identify mitigation measures where appropriate.
The Environment Agency is the Regulator of the Site
and responsible for Permitting issues.
The Local Planning Authority is responsible for Development Control
A sustainable balance is maintained between carbon emitted and
absorbed. The combustion of biomass as a fuel returns CO2 to the
atmosphere which was absorbed during the growth of the plant/tree
over the previous few months or years and this carbon is part of the
current carbon cycle. Provided the land continues to support growing
plant/tree material, the life cycle is essentially carbon neutral.
The development of the Reality Energy Centre concept has been
carried out by an integrated team of professional design, process
and environmental experts. The potential environmental impacts
of the development have been under constant review during the design
process by this team.