On 30 March 2011, the Conservative MP Fiona Bruce (Congleton) put the following question to the Prime Minister: A multinational is applying to build an incinerator the size of a football pitch some 500 metres from the small market town of Middlewich in my constituency. There is no need for this provision; it will involve [...]
“WEST Norfolk Council saw one of the biggest public turnouts in its history last night (Thursday) as councillors considered the results of the local poll on the controversial waste incinerator proposed for Lynn… Borough councillors voted unanimously to deplore the county cabinet’s decision. They also condemned it as undemocratic for ignoring the wishes of local [...]
On 22nd March, the decision on whether the Cabinet was right to go ahead with the incinerator, will be reviewed by the Cabinet Scrutiny Committee. If they find that the decision was wrong, they could delay or even reverse the Cabinet’s decision. Please contact the Committee members and let them know your views and concerns. [...]
KLWIN is a peaceful and democratic group. We thank all our supporters for acting with such integrity and respect at past public gatherings and we ask them to continue to do so.
A special Borough Council meeting has been arranged to discuss the results of the incinerator referendum. This meeting is open to the public and is being held in The Assembly Room, Town Hall, Saturday Market Place, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 5DQ. Whether you want to attend the meeting or just turn-up outside, please come as [...]
The ruling cabinet on Norfolk County Council yesterday agreed to award the contract for an incinerator at Saddlebow in King’s Lynn to Anglo-US company Cory Wheelabrator. (Published in the EDP24) But, coming just days after a poll carried out by West Norfolk and King’s Lynn Borough Council saw the proposals overwhelmingly opposed, one Norfolk MP [...]
West Norfolk says “NO” to incineration in referendum landslide The eagerly awaited result of the incinerator poll was released today by the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk. The votes were cast as follows: Yes: 5,173 (7.32% of the valid vote) No: 65,516 (92.68% of the valid vote) Spoilt papers: 74 The total [...]