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The Conservative Leicestershire County Council have been notified that they will no longer be recieving the PFI (private finance initiative) money to help fund half of the cost to build an incinerator at Bardon. The amount which has been withdrawn is £86 million. This will leave a massive shorfall, which the private sector will have […]

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County Councillor Michael Wyatt held talks today with David Parsons, Leader of the Conservative controlled County Council to discuss plans being considered for a waste treatment site in Bardon, which Michael has concerns about. Michael commenting said, “The meeting I had today will hopefully show the adminstration that the concerns I have are also the […]

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County Councillor Michael Wyatt who represents the Bardon and Greenhill Ward in North West Leicestershire on the Leicestershire County Council, has today urged the Leader of the County Council to withdraw any suggestion or policy to allow incineration in Leicestershire. The New Coalition Government have made it clear that they support a huge increase in […]

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Time to expose Tory failure in Bardon.

by admin on 7 May, 2010

Cllr Michael Wyatt has today got straight back into dealing with local issues after the general election with an even more determination to highlight the need for the Bardon By-Pass and to stop the Tory plans for an incinerator to be built in Bardon. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “I am determined to continue to give […]

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Liberal Democrats in Newhaven have been fighting very hard for the past 5 years to stop an incinerator being built in their local area. Today its been reported that the Environment Agency has given the green light for the incinerator to be built, even though thousands of local residents have opposed such a facility being […]

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More than 30 companies are interested in building a county waste treatment facility, which could include a controversial incinerator. They will now bid for the contract to divert about half Leicestershire’s rubbish away from landfill sites from 2015. Leicestershire County Council has been courting companies for the past year to encourage them to bid for […]

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Cllr Michael Wyatt took his fight against Tory plans for an incinerator one step further by meeting Simon Hughes MP in the East Midlands today, to talk about the Tory controlled County Council’s proposed incinerator for Bardon. Simon Hughes said, “It was really nice to speak to someone so passionate about campaigning with local people to stop any […]

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Massive Response to Incinerator Petition

by michaelwyatt on 30 October, 2008

  A petition against a planned incinerator organised by the Liberal Democrats has received a massive response. Liberal Democrat campaigners have been collecting signatures from people in Bardon, Markfield, Field Head and Stanton Under Bardon against County Council proposals to build an incinerator at Bardon Industrial Estate. The petition has received hundreds of signatures from […]

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Lib Dem action against incinerator proposals at Bardon.

by michaelwyatt on 26 October, 2008

Cllr Michael Wyatt would like to thank everyone who has so far sent back their petition slip calling on the County Council to scrap plans to build an incinerator on the Bardon Industrial Estate, which less is than a mile away. If you have not already sent you slips back please do not worry. You […]

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Help stop the Tory plans for an incinerator at Bardon.

by michaelwyatt on 16 October, 2008

The Conservative controlled Leicestershire County Council is planning to build an incinerator at the Bardon Industrial estate – just a couple of miles from our homes.Conservative plans will mean a constant stream of waste from all over Leicestershire being brought for burning right on our doorsteps. Not only will this cause pollution in and around […]

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