I know Sean and Solveig have shared their notes between them I’ll get him to
finalise those and send them out.
It turns out I have a chest infection, not just a cold so I won’t be able to do
a whole lot for at least a few days. But I’m not defeated.
If we get a huge number for the 17th we may need a bigger venue. I think it may
have been tough for everyone on Tuesday to stand for two hours.
All the best,
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On 6 Feb 2020, at 16:35, Anne-Sophie Bretonnet (Redacted sender abretonn for
DMARC) <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Unpleasant news indeed...
But if something that will contain machines operating 24 h/day is not an
industrial facility, I wonder what is - so yes I think there's a possible
As soon as I manage to sign in to Next Door (having trouble just now) I'll
confirm I can still attend on the 17th.
On Tuesday, I recall someone mentioned that he wanted to quickly raise a
demand for more information from Spencer (I think) under Freedom of
information on specific topics including, if I recall, seeing evidence for
the serious research of alternative locations and also evidence supporting
the repeated statement that the noise on the premises won't exceed 40 dB.
Is that right? I thought it was, like everything suggested, a great idea.
Sorry we've not helped more so far. We'll be quite pushed until the w/c/ 17th
but I will do my best to make more time from then. In the meantime at least -
I think I know a few people who fought unfair projects in their villages and
I'll approach them to know more...
Best regards and thanks for everything you've all done so far,
Le jeudi 6 février 2020 à 15:16:17 UTC, Cherie Gregoire
<dancingmatrix@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
I’m afraid Cllr Dave Baigent didn’t have good news for us. He met with
Stephen Kelly, Cambs City Council planning and a planning solicitor
yesterday. Apparently the trainwash requires no planning review or approval
at all under current legislation. Not even a review under Permitted
Development rights as with the bridgeworks.
That’s why I was unable to find any records.
Please do no attack the planners, they interpret and apply existing
There is a small sliver of hope as there is debate over the definition of an
industrial facility. The solicitor is reading it as manufacturing and
therefore the trainwash would not fall under an industrial facility.
The lawyer is completing a report that he will share with Cllr Baigent and in
turn with residents.
It’s a real travesty isn’t it?
Can you come on the 17th of Feb for the next resident meeting? I’m at a
different public consultation on the 18th. Cllr Baigent is available on the
17th and has agreed to come.
Please rsvp here:
We will keep fighting this.
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