South West Surrey MP Jeremy Hunt, and TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh are the latest to add their voices to the campaign against Veolia's planned incinerator on the A31 near Alton.
Reported in this week's Herald, Mr Titchmarsh said "The rural Wey Valley is clearly a hugely inappropriate location for such an industrial scale building. The chimneys, which can be seen for miles around, are twice as high as a pylon".
Jeremy Hunt MP has also filed his objection with Hampshire County Council, saying "The scale of the building is completely out of keeping with its immediate environment, being a countryside setting close to the National Park."
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To make your voice heard in the public consultation for Veolia's planning application, you need to object now. Hampshire County Council's public consultation closes on 14th August.