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Surrey U-turn on Randalls Road incinerator

June 12, 2006: Surrey County Council (SCC) has withdrawn proposals to build an energy-recovery incinerator at Randalls Road, Leatherhead.
Councillor David Munro, Surrey County Council's (SCC's) executive member for the environment, told April's annual meeting of the Bookham Residents' Association (BRA) that the SCC list of energy recovery from waste sites included Randalls Road. But when the county published its revised waste plan, earlier this month, Randalls Road had been dropped. Slyfield, near Guildford, is also absent from the list of 'thermal treatment' (incinerator) sites, though it is still a proposed waste treatment site.
The proposed incinerator at the Clockhouse Brickworks at Capel, a particularly hot local political potato, is still at the top of the list SCC will now submit to the secretary of state for approval. The other proposed sites are:
[] Charlton Lane, Shepperton
[] Heather Farm, Woking
[] Martyrs Lane, Woking
[] Land adjacent to Trumps Farm, Longcross
[] Land at former airfield, Wisley.
Heather Farm is new to the list (see below).
Munro said the consultation on the plan had attracted 8,000 reponses.

The original plan can be downloaded by clicking on this link.

October 2007: This report has been superseded by later events. See this local newspaper report.

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