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More appointments as Able steps up development drive

Originally Published on the 27th April 2015

As Able UK moves forward with major projects at its sites on the Tees and the Humber, it has strengthened its Property and Development team. Newly-appointed Group Marketing and Development Executive is Chris Mackinlay who has a strong background in... Continue Reading

New office accommodation available at Able house

Originally Published on the 23rd April 2015

This prestigious office accommodation based in central Teesside enjoys a riverside location alongside the River Tees, and in the heart of a busy ports complex. This modern office space is available within the Riverside Suite of Able House and provides an ideal workspace for... Continue Reading

Able boosts development team with projects expert appointment

Originally Published on the 20th April 2015

A well-known North East business figure has taken on a new role developing major projects for Billingham-based Able UK. Neil Jarvis, who has over 30 years’ experience in the engineering and construction sector, has been appointed as Special Projects Manager,... Continue Reading

“Region’s Relief” as ABP abandons Energy Park opposition

Originally Published on the 9th February 2015

News that Associated British Ports has decided to abandon its attempts to challenge the Government’s approval of plans for the development of the £450million Able Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber is ‘of course very welcome... Continue Reading

AMEP central to Prime Minister David Cameron’s economic plan for Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire

Originally Published on the 6th February 2015

CAM PLAN: The Prime Minister pictured with, from second left, Cleethorpes and Immingham MP Martin Vickers, Able UK executive chairman Peter Stephenson, BEEP co-ordinator and Phillips 66 communications and external affairs lead Nina Stobart and Graham Cross, chair of the... Continue Reading

Time for ABP to abandon Energy Park objections’ after Judicial Review refusal

Originally Published on the 3rd February 2015

The latest rejection of Associated British Ports’ attempts to block the Able Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber means ‘it is surely time for them to recognise the game is up.’ That was the reaction today... Continue Reading

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