#Trafford Council Extraordinary Meeting Weds June 19th #StopBREP

traffordcouncilEXTRAORDINARY COUNCIL MEETING DETAILS CONFIRMED

WEDNESDAY 19TH JUNE 2013
TRAFFORD TOWN HALL, TALBOT ROAD, STRETFORD, M32 0TH

PUBLIC SESSION: 6PM – 7PM
FULL COUNCIL MEETING: 7PM – 8PM

Members of the Public will be allowed to speak during the Public Session, from 6pm – 7pm; however you must register to speak prior to the meeting. You must email democratic.services@trafford.gov.uk by Tuesday 18th June at 5pm in order to register your interest to speak.

The Full Council Meeting will be to discuss the Motion of which the Trafford Labour Group put forward which is as follows:
MOTION PUT FORWARD BY TRAFFORD LABOUR
The Council condemns the decision made by the Conservative Government Secretary of State in overruling this Council’s unanimous decision to refuse planning permission for the development of a Biomass Incineration Plant in Davyhulme.

This Conservative Government decision flies in the face of the Thousands of local people who have campaigned against and opposed this Incineration plant. The decision runs contrary to the definition of “Localism” and believes any notion of local democracy and the strong wishes of our community.

In light of the above Trafford Council agrees to appeal the decision of the Secretary of State through the Court.

Map Showing the Proximity of School in Relation to BREP
A map has been produced which shows all of the schools within a 25 mile radius of the proposed BREP site. Click on this link to see the Interactive Map. http://www.breathecleanairgroup.co.uk/map-showing-proximity-schools-in-relation-to-brep/

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