Time incinerator neighbours heard
WELL the live online incinerator debate on February 28 just goes to prove that this issue will not go away.
Perhaps Paul Carey of MVV would like to meet the residents directly and answer the questions that were side-tracked or there wasn't time to reply to.
Perhaps also a glossy leaflet to state that the residents of Barne Barton are not getting free or subsidised electricity as they have been made to believe in the process running up to planning permission.
Again the district heating gets mentioned but this would go to Devonport not Barne Barton. This was a question that clearly shows how misleading information has been given to the residents.
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Also from the debate the 106 money statement on how this money would be spend (pittance when you look at MVV and Babcock's profits a year) again stated anyone can apply to the fund. I thought this 106 money was suppose to be directly aimed at the residents who will have to live with a huge building overshadowing their homes.
Yet again residents seem to be promised things, yet they are taken away just like that! It's time these residents were treated and respected better especially those whose homes are 60 metres away from this huge building when its built and the 450 homes in a danger zone.