Fame Irene Cara
MVV Environment Devonport Ltd has submitted a planning application for an Energy from Waste plant with Combined Heat and Power at North Yard, Devonport to manage the residual waste from Plymouth, Devon and Torbay on behalf of the South West Devon Waste Partnership.
MVV reviewed its initial proposals following extensive public consultation in February and the revised scheme now forms part of the planning application.
Paul Carey Managing Director also announced that MVV would be holding a further series of public exhibitions to let people see what changes had been made and to highlight the main features of the planning application.
Campaigners against the plans have welcomed the detail but claim thy will still oppose the decision every step of the way.
The planning application consists of a very large series of documents and drawings and is now available for public inspection, both on Plymouth City Council’s website and MVV’s own website.
The entirety of the application can be downloaded free of charge from either site.
An electronic copy will also be available in the Civic Centre and in public libraries.
Hard copies will also be available to be viewed in public libraries, the Civic Centre and MVV’s Plymouth office.
EXHIBITION LOCATIONS AND DATES
7 June Weston Mill Primary School 4.30-7.30
8 Watermark, Ivybridge 4.30-7.30
9 Gaynor Hall, Keyham 4.30-7.30
10 Buckfastleigh Town Hall 3.00-7.30
11 Plymouth Guildhall 10.30-1.30
13 Tamar View Community Centre, Barne Barton 2.30-6.30
14 St Budeaux Community Centre 2.30-6.30
15 Torpoint Town Hall 4.30-7.30
16 Saltash Guildhall 4.30-7.30