Why have there been no fines for breaches?
CAN the chief planners from Plymouth City Council planning department, who prepared the incinerator planning report, actually explain why MVV are not being fined for breaches of their planning conditions?
Surely this should have been put in place, as part of the planning conditions, they would be fined if they caused breeches. Seems that this has been overlooked.
Residents yet again treated as second class citizens.
A report from a local resident who had a report from an independent noise expert stated that monitoring should be done all the time, yet this has been clearly overlooked by those who wrote the final planning report.
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Now where are the public health protection agency and the environmental agency after all they said they would monitor closely.
That's an understatement! Who do they represent? Certainly not the public?
Perhaps the planning officers, councillors, press and those who were then on the planning committee that voted it through should spend a day in the homes of those who are effected the most and who have to put up with this daily.
There are plenty of videos from the residents available to view on YouTube and the iww facebook page. Work has began again and these residents now have other noisy machinery to content with.
How come the residents' human rights are not being looked after and totally ignored? If this is happening now what will it be like when they need to monitor emissions from the chimney? Plymouth why are we having this built here?