Waterbeach Waste Management Park - site visits this Saturday (3 February)

“As part of Amey’s ongoing commitment to keep you updated on our proposals for a new energy from waste facility at Waterbeach, we have listened to comments made at last night’s public meeting. A number of people said that they were unable to attend or didn’t know about our earlier open, consultation events held in September. We would therefore like to offer a further opportunity for local residents to visit Waterbeach Waste Management Park to find out more about the plans and the proposed location for the new facility. We will hold four sessions, which will involve a mini bus tour of the site and an opportunity to meet the Amey team, this Saturday (February 3). Each session will last for one hour and will commence at 11am, 12noon, 1pm and 2pm. For safety reasons, each session will be limited to 15 attendees on a first come first served and places must be booked in advance of Saturday. If anyone wishes to book a place they should contact Jon Crisp on 01223 815490.

Further information is also available on our project website - https://wasteservices.amey.co.uk/where-we-work/cambridgeshire/our-energy-from-waste-proposal/

THE PROPOSAL

Application for full planning permission for the construction and development of a Waste Recovery Facility (Waterbeach Waste Recovery Facility – WWRF) at Levitt’s Field, Waterbeach Waste Management Park (WWMP), Ely Road, Cambridge comprising the erection and operation of an Energy from Waste Facility to treat up to 250,000 tonnes of residual waste per annum, Air Cooled Condensers and associated infrastructure: including the development of an internal access road; office/welfare accommodation; workshop; car, cycle and coach parking; perimeter fencing; electricity sub-stations; weighbridges; weighbridge office; water tank; silos; lighting; heat off-take pipe; surface water management system; hardstanding; earthworks; landscaping; and bridge crossings.

 

The link below will take you straight to the planning proposal S/3372/17/CW page where you can submit your comments.

http://planning.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/swift/apas/run/wphmakerep.displayURL?ApnID=S/3372/17/CW

The following link takes you to the details:

http://planning.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/swift/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=S/3372/17/CW

 


The village of Landbeach lies to the north of Cambridge, between the city and the fens.

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