"David has written a letter to the Editor of The Enfield Advertiser about the North London Waste Authority and the Pinkham Way site.
The letter reads:
The current work on improvements to the A406 and New Southgate area will mean that some of the most neglected parts of my constituency can look forward to being the most regenerated. However the plans to build Britain's biggest waste management site at Pinkham Way threatens this optimistic outlook.
The prospect of hundreds of waste trucks delivering North London's waste to the doorstep of this area is of great concern.
For too long the N11 part of my constituency has been the victim of being at the back-end of three boroughs. The proposal for the waste facility takes advantage of this location with a site in 'no mans land', where planning responsibility and land ownership is divided. The scale of the Pinkham Way waste facility will take us in the wrong direction at the wrong time.
We have fought too long and too hard for the improvements to the North Circular Road and New Southgate, only to see the area dumped upon.
Please support my Enfield campaign to say 'No to Pinkham Way'. Details of the petition and public meeting will be advertised on my website shortly.