Waste planning applications, appeals, court cases and ombudsman reports


Recycling site conditions consolidated and new development approved

Permission has been granted partly in retrospect for consolidation of existing permissions and new development at Stanton Recycling's premises in Ilkeston...

Waste recycling use not lawful council decides

An application for a certificate of lawful development for the importation, deposit and recycling of waste on land east of the A23 in Bolney has been refused...

Energy from waste

Midlothian Council to integrate district heating with EfW

Midlothian Council has appointed Swedish energy firm Vattenfall as the preferred bidder to become its energy partner under a 50/50 joint venture arrangement.

Financial close achieved on Newhurst EfW plant

Covanta, Biffa and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group (GIG) have announced that the Newhurst energy-from-waste facility in Leicestershire has reached financial...


Agricultural AD facility recommended for refusal due to lack of need

Leicestershire County Council has resolved that an application for an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at Greens Lodge farm, Melton Mowbray, would have been...

Changes to AD facility approved

Essex County Council has approved a proposal to vary a permission for Halstead anaerobic digestion (AD) facility to allow changes to the layout and to...


Agricultural improvement by infill to continue for two more years

Derbyshire County Council has agreed to extending the period for completing a landfill development for a further two years.

Land raising proposal approved

Leicestershire County Council has allowed an application to relocate and deposit soils arising from the development of business units in Market Harborough.