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Waste Transfer Station

posted 30 Mar 2015, 12:13 by South Cerney   [ updated 9 May 2015, 06:00 by Robert Cowley ]
Are you aware of two planning applications made by Cotswold District Council? If not you should perhaps read on!

Application 1

Packers Lease on Broadway Lane currently used by SITA is to be enlarged so that 33 refuse vehicles plus 25 other vans and 72 cars can travel daily to and from the site using Broadway Lane to the village and Spine Road. This could mean 250 to 300 traffic movements per day along a road with no pavement or cycle path.

Application 2

The District Council have applied to the County Council to develop the site as a Waste Transfer Station. All of the refuse vehicles will return to the site many times a day to dump 38000 tonnes per annum of household waste which will be baled and then taken away by other larger vehicles to disposal sites. This includes rotting food and garden waste. The transfer lorries will further increase traffic movements on Broadway Lane.

Please read the attached documents (below) to find out more and to view the Parish Council's objections to the applications.  

Some 240 residents attended a packed Public Meeting in the Village Hall on 6th May 2015.  The meeting was also attended by local district councillors and the Leader of CDC, Lynden Stowe, and local MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown.  The presentations made and information on issues to raise when commenting on the application may be downloaded below.

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South Cerney,
23 Apr 2015, 16:28
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South Cerney,
23 Apr 2015, 16:28
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Robert Cowley,
9 May 2015, 06:00
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Robert Cowley,
13 Jul 2015, 12:43
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Robert Cowley,
9 May 2015, 05:54
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South Cerney,
30 Mar 2015, 14:44