The future of the Rugeley Power Station site – Community Planning Weekend

The local community is invited to the Rugeley Power Station Community Planning Weekend to help shape a Vision for the future of this important site and its relationship with Rugeley – taking place between Friday 30 November to Tuesday 04 December 2018.

In 2016, Rugeley Power Station ceased production of electricity to the National Grid and created the opportunity to deliver an exciting new future for the site through a mixed-use development. Site owner ENGIE – a leading energy, services and regeneration company – is committed to working closely with the local community and has appointed architects and urban designers JTP to facilitate the Community Planning Weekend.

Find out more information regarding the Community Planning Weekend on the JTP Website here.

ENGIE begins consultation for landmark Rugeley redevelopment

ENGIE, the leading energy and services group, today announces that it will retain ownership and a long-term interest in the 139-hectare brownfield Rugeley Power Station site and has begun the public consultation phase for its landmark redevelopment. 

As master developer, ENGIE will combine its unique combination of capabilities in energy, services and regeneration, to lead the transformation of the former 1GW coal fired power station site into an entirely new sustainable and smart community.

Read the full story on the ENGIE UK Website – ENGIE begins consultation for landmark Rugeley redevelopment

Fire & Rescue exercise at Power Station

Exercise Cerberus is being run by Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service on the 14th September 2017.  It involves a large scale response across the county from all emergency services.

Please refer to Stafford Fire and Rescue website (http://www.staffordshirefire.gov.uk) and twitter account (@staffsFire) as these will be updated regularly.

All media enquiries should be directed towards the fire service’s Senior Media Officer Sarah Davison on 01785 898521