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Opponents of plans for a mega incinerator in Wisbech are calling for a public enquiry




Campaigners fighting to stop a mega waste incinerator in Wisbech are calling for local politicians to back a public enquiry into the proposal.

Virginia Bucknor, campaign co-ordinator for WisWin (Wisbech Without Incineration) has written to leaders of both Cambridgeshire County Council and Fenland District Council (Steve Count and Chris Bode) asking them to write to Alok Sharma, Secretary of State Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to ask for a public enquiry into MVV Environment’s plans for an incinerator off Algores Way.

Mrs Bucknor points out in her letter that town, district and county councils have all voted against the proposals, and that MPs Steve Barclay and Liz Truss are also opposed to it, along with thousands of residents, local schools, businesses and farmers.



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