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Ironbridge cooling towers face explosive end…

Ironbridge Power Station cooling towers to come down as demolition plans submitted.

Uniper, the owners of Ironbridge Power Station in Buildwas, have made a submission to Shropshire Council for prior approval to clear the site.

Full demolition of the main power station site is set to begin in Spring 2018 and will include the removal of all the buildings that have come to the end of their operational life.

The work is expected to take about 36 months and it is anticipated that the site’s iconic pink cooling towers will be demolished using controlled explosives.

Earlier this month, contractor Keltbray began demolishing a small section of the site, including two conveyors and some associated structures.

Uniper, which took over the decommissioning of the site from energy company Eon, says conveyors six and seven and the accompanying conveyor tower need to be brought down because they are deteriorating structurally, and will help make way for the future demolition.

The conveyors need to be removed for safety reasons, to allow for electrical isolation from the National Grid substation which shares the site.

It is the first stage of the clearing of the station, with a decision on the full demolition of the site to be decided by Shropshire Council, now that the plans have been submitted.

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