The period for consultation on Covanta’s environmental permit application has now opened and runs until 18 April 2017. This link allows you to submit your views. MMAG will circulate our comments in due course which you may wish to replicate in your submission. In the meantime you can use the link to read the submissions … More Covanta Environmental Permit Public Consultation open until 18 April
A long standing supporter of MMAG has been taking an unusual view of the Marston Vale, including Rookery Pit South, the proposed site of Covanta’s incinerator. Why not take a look!
The latest Community Liaison Panel Minutes are now available. Minutes Meeting 20 (2) – 17/10/16 Handouts CLP – Draft Revised Terms of Reference 10/16 Table of Pre-commencement conditions Presentation All previous minutes and handouts of the Community Liaison Panel dating back to September 2009 can be found by Clicking Here
The Rookery South Community Liaison Panel met again on October 17th. The minutes of what was a very full agenda will be published in due course. However 3 issue of note were that: Strictly speaking the electricity subsidy scheme of 10% of the average electricity bill in any year payable to households only applies to … More Covanta – Update from the Community Liaison Panel
Please find below a recent statement by Chief Executive Nick Webb made on behalf of the Forest of Marston Vale Trust MMAG asked for some clarification on the section which includes “Whilst the Trust will support development that directly meets the objectives of the Forest, the Trust is neutral on individual planning applications that do … More Forest of Marston Vale Trust Position Statement regarding Covanta Incinerator
MMAG attended a meeting of the Community Liaison Panel (CLP) on Monday night, July 25th. The CLP was set up by Covanta to engage with local councils & community groups several years ago & had been in abeyance since 2013. So the meeting was very much resetting the clock and introducing ourselves to the new … More Covanta Update – Community Liaison Panel Meeting 25 July