The Times: "Alan Titchmarsh blazes at blot on the horizon"

The No Wey Incinerator campaign hit the national press today with an article in The Times about Veolia's proposed incinerator in the rural countryside near Alton, and the opposition it is generating with local residents, businesses and farmers.


Alan Titchmarsh is quoted as saying "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".


To read the full article if you have a subscription to The Times, click here or the image below.


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.


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