Friday, 19 March 2010

Public Inquiry - Days 2, 3 and 4

Stalwart opponents of the incinerator plan are continuing to attend the Public Inquiry at Fraddon. I managed the second and fourth days (Wednesday and Friday). On Thursday, I was at County Hall experiencing the joy that is the Discretionary Grants Working Group and the Member Development Panel, though I did also do a one hour long interview on Radio St Austell Bay.

At the Public Inquiry, three of Cornwall Council’s witnesses have completed their evidence on the topics of (i) waste policies (ii) noise and the (iii) negative impact on the regeneration potential of the China Clay Area. The fourth witness, covering the impact on the local environment, has just started his evidence and will continue on Tuesday.

One week down – at least seven weeks to go. The Schedule is already slipping.

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