Frightening Prospect of Harmful Air Pollution

5 Responses

  1. Emma says:

    What a joke. With all the evidence that has been collected and submitted by LOCAL people, all the funds raised by LOCAL people, the Secretary of state for communities overturns the wishes of the LOCAL people. I for one am disgusted at Eric pickles’s decision. In fact it makes me sick. Who says an INCINERATOR in a RESIDENTIAL area. Is OK. I really hope this is taken further. Thank you BCAG for all your hard work and commitment for your LOCAL community. Shame you guys are not Secretary for Communities.

  2. Sue says:

    Such a sad day for all local people. It’s horrifying that real local concerns over a real threat to health and the local community should be ignored so completely. Is it possible to continue to fight the decision, especially following the UK Supreme Court ruling earlier this month? I can’t believe that such a ludicrously thought out plan for such an out-of-date experimental incinerator can be built within a stone’s throw of my home. A very, very sad day.

  3. Lynda says:

    Sadly this reflects the power of Peel. How anyone can believe an incinerator in a residential area is a good idea is beyond me. Common sense goes out the door though when big business is involved. Money talks and residents suffer. So much for Government plans to give local people more power. Thanks for all your hard work on our behalf so far. Can we carry this further?

  4. G.R.Batten says:

    I knew this would happen. These things are sorted out and decided long before they are announced! Public enquirys are just a waste of time and the reaults are usually ignored any way. The Conservative party has just lost my vote after 60 years of support from me!
    . .. Ray Batten.

  5. Josh says:

    I think we should come and get Eric Pickles to live right next door to the plant?

    I wonder if he’d keep the decision if he lived next door.

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