Against the A31 incinerator

Damian has continued to outline his objection to Veolia's plans to convert its current recycling site on the A31 near Alton into an incinerator. 

Supported by councillors Mark Kemp-Gee, Andrew Joy and Adam Carew, Damian has lodged objections during the public consultation periods, stating that:

“If this kind of facility is required (and, to my mind, that is a very big ‘if’), there must be a better location for it.  The beauty of the Wey Valley is precious and the impact of the proposed facility on our countryside, the historic town of Alton and its surrounding villages is, I believe, unacceptable." 

See links below to recent press releases.

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On-going objection to Veolia application

Below is a copy of press release issued by Damian, with the support of councillors Mark Kemp-Gee, Andrew Joy and Adam Carew, outlining their continuing objection to the Veolia application:

Damian to object to Veolia incinerator proposal

Local County Councillors, Mark Kemp-Gee, Andrew Joy and Adam Carew, together with Damian, have indicated that they will each be lodging objections to Veolia’s plans to convert its site on the A31 near Alton into an incinerator.