Sharon receives a response from Sunderland City Council regarding due diligence of planning applications.
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20th Dec 2017 - Sharon receives response from Sunderland City Council on behalf of a constituent. Click on image to view response.
Sharon receives further response from Rolton Kilbride. Click on image to download.
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Following her letter to Sunderland City Council on 1st November, registering her objection to the proposed Rolton Kilbride Gasification plant in Washington, Sharon received a response from Mr Andrew Needham, the Managing Director of Rolton Kilbride,
which can also be read here via this link Rolton Kilbride letter to Sharon Hodgson MP >
Following her letter to the Council, Sharon receives a response from the Environment Agency regarding proposed gasification plant in Washington.
Subject: Planning Application Ref. 17/02085/MW4: Land at Hillthorn Farm, Washington
Sharon receives a response to her letter (dated 01/11/2017).
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Read Sharon's other posts on this subject here: Rolton Kilbride
This week (1st Nov 2107), Sharon has written a letter to Sunderland City Council regarding the proposed Rolton Kilbride Gasification plant in Washington, on behalf of constituents, to register her objection to the planning application which was received on the 23rd October.
This follows concerns raised by many constituents who have written to Sharon over recent weeks and also from her research on the proposed plant, which included attending one of the public exhibitions put on for local residents by Rolton Kilbride.
After coming to an informed decision, Sharon believes that this plant would not be beneficial to the local people of Washington and Sunderland West and has set out her reasoning for opposing the plant in a letter to the Council (see below), including: the impact on traffic and congestion in the area; the impact on the environment and the emissions that will be released; the impact on jobs, and; the impact on local communities in the immediate vicinity of the plant and the wider area.
Sharon is encouraging as many local residents to submit their own comments on the planning application to ensure that the concerns of residents are registered fully and in numbers that show the wide-scale opposition to the plant. Local residents can submit their comments by going to Sunderland City Council's website and logging in to add their comments. This can be done here.
You can read Sharon's original letter to the Council by going to this link or viewing it below.
Sharon Hodgson MP's report - Sep-Oct 2017 number 97
Click on the picture above to read Sharon Hodgson MP's report - News from Westminster - Sep-Oct 2017 number 97