Saturday, 20 April 2013

Islington Tribune: "Campaigners bid to stop Pinkham Way nature area"

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"THE North London Waste Authority (NLWA), which spent £12million of taxpayers’ cash in a secret land deal, could find its plans scuppered after residents applied to turn the area into a village green.

"The Tribune can reveal how the secretive authority’s decision-makers gambled council taxpayers’ cash on a doomed scheme to build a waste treatment plant on a nature reserve in Haringey.

"The authority is funded by seven north London boroughs, including Islington, which hands over £5m every year."

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