Campaigners are “jubilant” after plans to build an anaerobic digestion plant in Holderness were thrown out by Councillors for a second time. Read more at http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/residents-delight-anaerobic-digestion-plant-789010
Turns out that his confidence was misplaced; Planning unanimously rejected in November 2017 Read more at: https://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/environment/farmer-confident-of-victory-in-long-running-energy-plant-battle-1-8857432
Julie Walters at war with biofuel plant near her rural idyll: Actress blasts facility that is killing wildlife and emits a stench so strong people ‘can’t sit in their gardens’ Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3511059/Julie-Walters-war-biofuel-plant-near-rural-idyll-Actress-blasts-facility-killing-wildlife-emits-stench-strong-people-t-sit-gardens.html#ixzz51nemtWSR
Residents of four East Riding villages are concerned that plans for a biomass plant on the outskirts of Leven could harm their community. The proposed facility would be built on a site next to the A1 65 Leven bypass, and would treat commercialand household waste, as well as animal slurry, collected from a 50 mile radius. Read the […]
VILLAGERS in the East Riding have voiced their concern over plans to build a biomass plant on their doorstep. Residents in Leven, Catwick, Brandesburton and Long Riston say building an anaerobic digester plant on a site near the A165 Leven bypass will cause major disruption and damage to the environment. Read the full article on […]
Villagers have joined forces to oppose plans to build a huge waste-to-energy plant nearby. Developers 3AD3 Ltd are proposing to build the 5.1MW plant about half-a-mile from Leven at Little Catwick Quarry in East Yorkshire. The anaerobic digestion plant would convert 128,000 tonnes of waste, including commercial and domestic waste, animal slurry and glycerol, a […]
Leven residents say they will fight plans to build a waste treatment plant near their village. The plant, which would treat both commercial and household waste, would be built on the site of a gravel quarry near the petrol station just off the A165 Leven by-pass. Read the full article on the Driffield Today website.
VILLAGERS living near the proposed site of a chemical plant have raised concerns about its safety. The anaerobic digestion plant, off the Leven bypass, will process 26,000 tonnes of waste each year, including up to 5,000 tonnes of poultry manure. Read the full article on the Hull Daily Mail website.