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Lincolnshire County Council statement on Veolia appeal to proposed Long Leys Road development

16 October 2017

Cllr Martin Hill, Leader of Lincolnshire County Council, has restated the council’s opposition to the proposed new waste transfer station at Long Leys Road, Lincoln.

Cllr Martin Hill

Council Leader Cllr Martin Hill OBE

Veolia have appealed the decision to refuse their application by the council’s planning committee in February 2017.

Cllr Martin Hill said: “I was pleased to see Veolia’s application to build a waste transfer station at Long Leys Road refused.

“It was an important decision for local residents and we remain opposed to the proposed development due to its close proximity to many residential properties. There will also be extra traffic generated by the proposed development with lorries potentially leaving the site very early in the morning resulting in disturbance to residents.

“We will be vigorously defending our decision during the appeal process.” 

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