MMAG and ‘Our Marston Vale’ Demonstration 04/02/11

The IPC has announced the timetable for the review of Covanta’s proposals and also released a series of questions they wish to explore.IPC documents – Notice of Procedural Decision and Advice Note

As we thought the IPC have decided to rely on written responses at this stage which must be submitted by February 28th 2011 from those who have registered with the IPC.

If you are unsure what you want to submit to the IPC don’t forget to check MMAG’s Local Impact Report  for ideas. In addition Stewartby Parish Council are holding an open meeting in Stewartby Village Hall on Thursday 3 rd February focused on preparing submissions to the IPC, so why not pop along? More details will appear on the website shortly.

Please read the documents as there are dates and issues that you may have a particular interest in. However some key dates that we all need to note are as follows:

Friday 4th February – The IPC will be visiting Rookery Pit with representatives of Covanta and local Councils. MMAG and Our Marston Vale are organising a demonstration at the entrance to the site to provide a warm welcome to the three IPC Commissioners. More details to follow but please:

Meet – In Green Lane, near Stewartby railway station
At      – 10.30 a.m.
On     – Friday 4th February
Bring – banners and placards etc!

*Please note this is a public highway and young children and pets must kept under strict control for their and others safety.*

The IPC plan to visit the site again on 12th July 2011 – please note this date

Tuesday 5th & Wednesday 6th July 2011– Open Floor Hearings at the Forest Centre daytime and evening, designed to ensure local people have access to the IPC and can express their views directly.

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