Labour refer new depot plans to Full Council following failure to consult

Conservatives threaten to scrap Full Council referral rule.

Labour councillors referred new plans to move the council's main waste depot to a site on Oakleigh Road South in Brunswick Park ward for further discussion at December's Full Council meeting following a lack of clarity over costs involved and a failure to consult local residents and ward councillors.

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  • commented 2014-12-07 18:55:57 +0000
    I am truley disgusted to find out the plans to resite the Mill Hill waste depot to oakleigh rd south. I have only found out that about the plans by a neigbour of mine who lives in brunswick pk rd. I have seen no mention about the proposals anywhere which goes to show the lack of consideration to local people in the neigbour hood. How could anyone possibly make this site a viable option because of the clousure of the mill hill depot soon to come into force. You just need to look at the area to know it is impossible to have such a site here, there is a park directly opposite this site which is used daily by local residents so children can play. There are local schools in the area & the impact of these heavy goods vehicles using this road is an accident waiting to happen. The mornings are grid locked by traffic at the waterfull round about & these plans would cause mayhem. The price of propertys would drop exponentially in the area making the neighborhood a place where nobody wants go live or to send their chiildren to school.

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