Monday, 11 June 2012


"A huge milestone in our campaign is here: an inspector’s public hearing of the North London Waste Plan (NLWP). It’s imperative that we have as much public support as possible.

"The NLWP hearing starts this week, but the two crucial days – regarding whether the Pinkham Way site should be put forward for waste usage – are on Tue 19 and Wed 20 June, near Euston.

"Please make every effort to come to any of this that you’re able. It's not a demonstration; we'll just need to watch proceedings quietly from the public gallery.

"Anyone at the Haringey hearing in February will realise that our presence will make a definite and important impression on the inspector.

"As we all know, our local councils are stakeholders in the plan and they committed to the successful delivery of its current version a long time ago. This is a vital chance to show an official with a responsibility to be objective, and who's not tied up in the process, that we know exactly what has been going on and that we feel very strongly about it.

"We realise that work days are difficult, but if anyone is able to get there, even just for an hour or so, please do. The view that the inspector takes will play a defining role in whether this massive waste factory gets built.

Tuesday 19 & Wednesday 20 June
(10am – 1pm, 2pm – 5pm)
Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, WC1H 9BD

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