What is council going to do for Sinfin residents?
IT seems the proposed incinerator plant to be built in Sinfin is to go ahead, despite the protests of residents. I am unlucky enough to live within 100 yards of the allocated site and can only imagine the chaos this is going to cause on the roads in this area.
Sinfin Lane already has factories, industrial sites, a transport yard and Rolls-Royce, all within a small area. The noise levels of traffic are already at an unacceptable level.
Will the council be helping private property owners with new double glazing to keep out the noise? Will they be compensating them for the devaluation of their properties?
I think all homeowners in the area ought to be asking these questions and seeking legal advice, as I fully well intend to.
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It may be the council will be bankrupt if they do not go ahead with the site, but whose fault is that? Perhaps it would have been judicious if they had listened to the opinion of the local people.
There are many other sites where this plant could have been located, Raynesway being one of them. Would the residents of places like Mickleover or Allestree want it on their doorsteps? I don't think so.
So why should Sinfin become the dumping ground?