Video: IT’S ALL OVER... Norfolk County Council votes to ditch King’s Lynn incinerator

Protestors arrive for today's meeting at County Hall. Picture: Chris Bishop Protestors arrive for today's meeting at County Hall. Picture: Chris Bishop

Monday, April 7, 2014
3:14 PM

The county council’s ruling cabinet has rubber-stamped a vote by the full council earlier today to sever its contract with Cory Wheelabrator and call a halt to the scheme.

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Cory Wheelabrator response

A spokesperson for the Willows Power & Recycling Centre said: “We are extremely disappointed by the decisions today, particularly as many years of hard work have gone into this project by the consortium and Norfolk County Council. We believed that the Public Inquiry would have provided a fair hearing for all parties and that a decision would be based on pure planning grounds.

“We, and the industry, have also made it clear to government that planning delays to major infrastructure projects are costly and can jeopardise future investment.

“The Willows project looks set to become yet another example of this delay and uncertainty. The delay to that planning decision has resulted in considerable costs to all parties at a time when public funds are already stretched.

“The fact still remains that there is no firm solution for the long-term management of Norfolk’s waste, despite considerable time and expense being devoted to a solution that was viable, deliverable and would have created hundreds of jobs.”

Earlier, councillors voted by 48 to 30 to abandon the controversial incinerator, which has cast a cloud over the county for five years.

County councillors have spent the morning debating whether to pull the plug on the proposed incinerator.

Officers recommended that the council terminates the contract with Cory Wheelabrator for the £610m plant at Saddlebow at King’s Lynn.

County Hall officers said the plant no longer offers good value for money and pulling out later could lead to higher compensation costs.

Steve Morphew, Labour cabinet member for finance, said the plug had to be pulled as a risk had turned into a gamble.

He said: “I am used to taking risks with public money, but I am not going to gamble and I think we have got to the point where this is a gamble.”

UKIP leader Toby Coke said it was time to call time on “the rip off of the century”.

But Conservative leader Bill Borrett, and other senior Conservatives, have said the council should not pull out.

Mr Borrett said, contrary to what the officer report said, the plant still represented value for money and presented a graph to back up his argument.

He said: “The project offers value for money right up to 2017.

“We don’t need to rush into a decision today.”

He said the council should wait for the decision from communities secretary Eric Pickles on whether to allow planning permission.

Green leader Richard Bearman, said there needed to be a public inquiry into “who decided what and when”.

Ahead of the meeting this morning, anti-incinerator campaigners gathered outside County Hall, after travelling across in a coach from King’s Lynn.

Former Labour councillor, Alexandra Kemp, now Independent councillor for Clenchwarton and a longstanding opponent of incineration, said: “Council, your duty today is set right the wrong you have tried to do to this community. You must get this right. Take away this threat hanging over my division. We can never give up the fight.”

Tim East, Liberal Democrat county councillor for Costessey, said: “We are at the last chance saloon to save this county from spending huge amounts of money on an outdated technology which will cost the tax payer far more over the 25 years of the contract than terminating it now.”

Alison Thomas, Conservative cabinet member for Long Stratton, said: “What concerns me is the speed with which we are being asked to make this decision.”

She said the contract still had merit and the council should wait for the decision from Mr Pickles.

James Joyce, deputy leader, said the decision had to be made now because 15 days notice had to be given to the contractor - and today was the last day that could be done without adding £5m to the compensation payable to Cory Wheelabrator.

And Terry Jermy, Labour councillor for Thetford, accused the Conservatives of being “arrogant” and having “contempt for the electorate”.

He said: “We are going to be paying millions of pounds for effectively nothing.

“I hold every pound of that money accountable to the previous Conservative administration.

“Every pound lost is due to their arrogance and councillor Borrett was right in the thick of it.”

A report by the council’s own officers, published last week, made the shock recommendation that the council should pull the plug on the contract before the cost of pulling out of the plant started going up by £400,000 every month.

The recommendation – which would mean the council would have to pay contractors Cory Wheelabrator £30.26m if it were agreed – was revealed in a report put together by Tom McCabe, the council’s interim director of environment, transport and development, head of finance Peter Timmins and acting managing director Anne Gibson.

The report states: “If the county council wishes to continue to await the community secretary’s decision, then the capped compensation for termination for planning failure must increase from £20.3m to around £25m from May 2014.

“In addition, each month after that, the capped figure would go up by another £400,000.

“This would mean that a negative planning decision after May 2014, or a successful challenge to a positive planning decision, would incur significantly higher termination costs.

“Meeting those costs would present the risk of greater implications for services than a decision to reject an increase to the breakage cap now.

“If the county council decides to terminate the contract, the current overall cost of termination, most recently estimated as £30.26m, would become payable.”

The officers also state that the delay in Mr Pickles making a decision is reducing the value for money of the plant, although critics say that is a “smokescreen” and the cost of the plant is already poor value. The county council has built up a £19m “war chest” in case it has to pay compensation.

Officers stated: “The remaining £11m could be achieved within the necessary timescale, albeit with significant implications for services.”

73 comments

  • OK, so the incinerator is binned. What is the LabLibKipper plan to deal with our waste and what will it cost?

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    Jack1956

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • For those playing the NIMBY card, I would not wish this on anyone, but I am sure the council would be pleased to hear your suggestions of sites near you where this monstrosity would be welcome. (I do not expect them to get trampled in the rush!)

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    skinnyliz

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • absolutely correct Capri. How on earth did this contract originally get signed..??? Smacks of underhandedness, negligence, and strong-arming....WHY and by whom??? Bill Borrett was there at the outset...he knows...! The electorate deserve an answer to this.

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    Scooby

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • No comment from our on-the-ball political EXpert D!ckens??? Don't think we'll be hearing much more from that username! hahahahahahahahaha. What a loser!

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    Citizen of EUSSR

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • What a mess. How many will simply disappear from the latest mess and turn up somewhere as an expert or consultant later in the year. This is a public disgrace but how do you hold councillors and officers to account they simply resign or wait for the voters to boot them out. What a Pickle we have been left with !!!!

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    namaste

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Poor old Bill - still off the plot; good value for another THREE years! He has to be joking.

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    Richard Woods

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Quite an extraordinary turnaround to a process that should never have been supported in the first place. No one in the area wanted it. Democracy has to count for something, surely? Interesting to see the EDP calling for the contract to end. Paper of the people? Not really. For four years the EDP was a staunch supporter of the county incinerator policy, and wrote comment pieces saying so. You also,printed pro incinerator adverts, taking their money, when the local,press refused to. Changed your tune now. Did you suddenly realise a paper's job is to support its readers?

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    Fresh coriander

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • The incinerator saw the end of Murphy and now it`s Borrett`s turn. Too many Tory abstentions for him to survive. That`s the end of a scheme that should never have even got off the ground. Some shocking comments made about the people of West Norfolk by certain pro-supporting councillors.

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    democrat

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Who were the fools who signed the contract? Who were the professional fools who advised them?Sackings and resignations are needed. Total incompetence at all levels.It is so easy to spend other peoples money without any come back.

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    Norfolkman

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • has anybody heard any comment from Derrick Murphy....? I wonder how BB is feeling now after his public humiliation...?

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    Scooby

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Looking forward to a Private Eye NCC special where all those responsible will be named. NCC, probably the worst local authority in the free world.

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    Little fish

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • @ G of Norwich. Very well put. Today was a travesty for the democratic process.

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    Andy T

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • not 48 to 30 49 to 29 plus 1 abstention

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    martin wallis

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Sad Day for the rest of Norfolk thanks a lot kings lynn

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    townie

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • On summing up, the incinerator was quoted as the most expensive burner in the Europe. NCC must have travelled the Universe to find CW but not content with paying the highest they offered another £45 million and a watertight get out clause contract.

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    wattonlad

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Where oh where is our old pal D.ick.ens with his bottle of Dom that he assured us he would be cracking open today as he scoffed and scoffed again about him being the last word in political circles? What next I wonder? Alien invasion at Saddlebow?

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    User Removed

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • So, the cancellation would cost up to £30m. How much was the annual cost of using the incinerator? How does that compare with today's costs per ton? You might say that it's cost ratepayers £30m, but if the ongoing costs of the contract were much higher (and since the withdrawal of £169m of government funding, it's likely to be higher), which decision represents a better cost basis for Norfolk residents?

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    So_Many_Haters!

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • "Now it's time to go after those responsible for getting us into this mess. Show no mercy. " says one commentator. Shouldn't be difficult, they all lie west of Swaffham. An unholy alliance of environmentalists who would oppose any incinerator anywhere; politicians pandering to the vociferous lest they lose their majority; politicians looking to discredit their ideological opponents, nimbys and the like. They called the council officers competency into question when their (professional) opinion ran counter to their position but once the officers say the value is no longer there, then the anti's accept it without question. All in my opinion of course, so no different from others of either persuasion posting here.

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    G_of_Norwich

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Wrong decision in my opinion.

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    blue tractor

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • My concern was reading in the Lynn News about those councillors who did not want to comment where they stood on this which made me feel very uncomfortable...... it also begs the question if they are not prepared to comment were they prepared to totally ignore those who voted against it and if so why - I then looked at who owned a certain waste business whose political career took off - just wonder if anyone has done a FoI on the original discussions about waste projects? Would be very interesting to see if certain "interests" were not being declared and whether those interests went as far as Cory and or Amey either way I refuse point black to vote for this person ever again - plus I agree you can tell an election is on the horizon and the photographed Miss T is now getting herself involved in everything she can to win votes - suggests she sticks with being photographed as no one "truss's" her!

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    Denise Charlesworth-Smith

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • Missing the point are you not? They have saved us from a far worse bill into which they allowed themselves to be led by the so called experts. Took Labour to unravel the mess.

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    Richard Woods

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • The Conservatives do not do themselves any favours by wanting to carry on with the contract. The issue is about the contract not incineration per se.

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    Capri

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • why is it always the same old people having a rant, they were unhappy before the elections, then all the councillors had to get elected last may and they are still unhappy about who the public chose, alecto is even telling the conservatives who they should choose as their leader when they do not even run the council! Some people will never be happy.

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    Fred

    Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • They loosely talk of Millions,but who pays in the end !

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    Albert Cooper

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Now lets abandon the ridiculous dead-end NDR and save the taxpayer a fortune.

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    John L Norton

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Well said Harry and B Ungatory. Regretfully many of 'em wouldn't be able to hold down a decent job in the "real" world, whether MPs or locals. I feel robbed of my share of £30 million mainly due to their blatant covering of their own backs and or bungling incompetence

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    Honest Injun

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Good result! If the Cabinet do not ratify this, then NCC will look totally ridiculous. Now, lets get rid off BB - he seems to be the lone backer of this project - time to limit the damage he has done to the Conservative group and politics as a whole in Norfolk

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    Scooby

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Truss and Bellingham will get their come-uppance in due course . I just hope the EDP is as vigilant in exposing the self interest and string pulling these two have done. Nimbys have shafted Norfolk ratepayers well and truly.

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    Sunflower

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Ah, what short memories some folk have. The EDP must be c0ck-a-hoop. Old Bellers and political-bed-hopper Miss Trust were silent for years, certainly during all the time when their intervention might have done some good (the Murphy Dark Ages). They are quite simply cynical opportunists jumping on this bandwagon now in the desperate hope it will propel them all the way to re-election in 2015.

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    B Ungatory

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Time to get rid of the Borrett who is a sorry excuse for a leader. The only person who has the decency and strength to be a proper leader is Margaret Dewsbury. I was so proud of her. She has always been a cut above the rest at both County and District level. And as for the other Margaret County Councillor for South Norfolk. Her stupendous ignorance shows why I am having to do a large amount of her work because people have given up contacting her with problems that should be dealt with by the County Council. Time for her to go.

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    alecto

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • Well, you see @Jack, those wretched officer swines what did the dirty deed have either done a runner (Jackson) or cashed-in their chips (the retiring Brittas), but poor Borat has nowhere to go. The silly fool is still clinging desperately to the promise of a kick-back that never will be, what what.

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    B Ungatory

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Poor old Bill - still off the plot; good value for another THREE years! He has to be joking.

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    Richard Woods

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Mr Borrett said, contrary to what the officer report said, the plant still represented value for money and presented a graph to back up his argument. A newspaper quote from last week stated Bill Borrett, who signed the contract, said: “I’m not a lawyer. I’m a councillor and we have to act on the advice we receive from officers, without which no council would be able to agree any detailed contract.” Roll on the elections!

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    SierraCharlie

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • More evidence for Eric Pickles to finally say “NO” to the burner. It was on the cards when DEFRA had taken the funding away.

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    Interpol

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Oh dear, does this mean that millions of park benches made from recycled nappies are now going to swamp the half of Norfolk not yet covered in solar farms?

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    Rhombus

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Give George Nobb’s credit for doing the right thing and vote to cancel the contract. He did change his mind with new information received unlike Mick Castle and some blinkered Tories hell bent on damaging the county and the party.

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    LynBin

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • There needs to be some resignations by the end of the day, do you not agree BB?

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    Sweet cheeks

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • May I just say the posts below in my name are not mine. Mick the Dig, Conservative Margaret Dewsbury was against the incinerator continuing, Borrett had told her not to turn up, but she did and when it came to the vote she announced Because we’re being whipped I abstain. All credit to the lady.

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    Honest John

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Its about dam time. Stick that in your pipe and smoke it.

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    Stefan Talbot

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • It all boils down to the fact that you cannot trust politicians, councillors or civil servants to take sensible decisions involving taxpayers money because in the world of business they are totally inexperienced! This happens time and time again,and this is yet another example! Perhaps if they were to pay for their mistakes out of their own pockets it would concentrate their minds wonderfully,or perhaps not!

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    Harry Rabinowitz

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Poor old Bill - still off the plot; good value for another THREE years! He has to be joking.

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    Richard Woods

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • D....? Anything to say?

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    Scooby

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • I say, did one miss something exciting? The answer for those pondering the enormity of the liability arising from this vote may be revealed if the SFO probes why officers, on the day the contractor was selected, made a literally 11th hour switch from the hitherto preferred bidder (AmeyCespa) to the vastly more expensive CW, so last minute in fact that it left only sufficient time for a verbal update to cabinet. As revealed by late-in-the-day-opportunist bandwagoner, Old Bellers, the dastardly CW would have ripped orf you tax paying folk by an additional £46mil over the life of the contract, but what he did not reveal is that CW carried a vastly higher exit penalty due to the disproportionate largess of their planned borrowings, totally eclipsing the hypothetical cost of an equivalent get-out from an AmeyCespa contract that never was.

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    B Ungatory

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • the Conservative councillor who abstained voted with her conscience, and as a representative of her constituents, not as a party stooge. The Conservatives today wanted to take Norfolk into more debt, more heartache and more dependencies by voting to continue, because central Government is peeved that Norfolk voters are electing UKIP, that they are able to cooperate and coalesce with Labour, Lib Dems and Greens and make it work for Norfolk. Today the Tory's in Norfolk have committed electoral suicide by betting on futility, by clinging to a liability of their own making. So glad its over,lets now lok forward to an open day at County Hall, as to display the multitude's of alternatives, educate our decision makers as to what is available and what it costs. But, lets not forget, the original goal behind their idea was to reduce landfill, something the incinerators would not have achieved, now we need a method that deals with our landfill resources as well as those our households produce, let us look at recycling of business waste and what we could achieve, waste minimisation, re design of highly polluting products and to modern methods of recycling. National Government should make the producer of packaging part responsible for their end of life products. All this will create 5 times as many jobs as the past proposal and enable us to develop a recycling industry, just like that currently producing 10 billion for the German economy.

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    ingo wagenknecht

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny & Clyde, Truss & Bellingham, have manipulated Pickles & his dept to stretch his decision so long as to force NCC into today's decision, and at the same time robbed the ratepayers ofthe county of £30m. I'm sure that they'll sleep better in their beds tonight knowing that their selfish NIMBY actions have preserved their own political skins for a bit longer. Bad luck on those of us who have to pay for it and suffer the resultant cuts in services - and maybe jobs too. This whole mess is a farce!

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Now it's time to go after those responsible for getting us into this mess. Show no mercy.

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    LynnLegend

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Now it's time to go after those responsible for getting us into this mess. Show no mercy.

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    LynnLegend

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • A big clap and pat on the back to all you “NIMBY’s” out there that we now have to suffer with compensation...where is the money coming from....OUR POCKETS OF COURSE....!

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    MickB1

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Wrong decision in my opinion.

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    blue tractor

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • One of the number one rules when you want to control the population, divide and conquer. It would take a fool to blame anyone but the Tory muppets who ran us down this dead-end, to deny the real culprits of blame is allowing yourselves and indeed democracy as a whole in this country to be swallowed up in whatever mess these people lead us all into, but now everyone will be blaming the "no" lot for our council cuts the same as the unemployed have been made scapegoats by the Tory government. Then everyone is so busy fighting they forget who is really to blame. Don't even start to pretend them placing this idea in Norwich instead wouldn't have provoked at least as much as if not more of a fuss, this isn't nimby-ism any more than someone is a "grass" for calling the police for a crime. People shouldn't be made to feel belittled for believing and standing up for what is right. No-one here is bothered by the fact it's in King's Lynn, it's the fact it was proposed to go within a couple of miles of an area that spent many years as it is in the shadow of a fertiliser factory where it just happens that many people live. If you don't want this sort of thing near you and think bad of those who also don't, you don't deserve the freedom bought about by democracy.

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    Daniel James

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Good result!! Today officials were telling councillors the contract is no longer viable because of costs. Should have be end of story but fanatical hardliner councillors will not give in.

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    Knee deep In Toxic ash

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Well my incinerator is burning well in my garden in Costessey, newspapers, plastic bottles, tyres etc, I do not recycle anything the lot is burnt nothing goes in the dustcart.

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    Footyboy16

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • who is the councillor who abstained

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    mickthedig

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Smurphy and Borat would have made a good Captain and First Mate combination for the Titanic. Everyone telling them to slow down and change direction, but "Oh no, we know what we're doing, we'll plod on regardless". Except with those two, they'd have carried on at full steam ahead even after they'd hit the iceberg!

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    Norfolk and Good

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • namaste: This is a public disgrace but how do you hold councillors and officers to account ? that's the job - and the avowed mission statement - of the EDP.

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    martin wallis

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • It was 30 conservatives councillors who who wanted the waste incinerator to be dumped on King's Lynn. Praise to the ones who saw sense.

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    Jack

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • So where do we go from here. All of the alternatives will need a contract of some description plus planning consent which again could take years, not every one will readily accept some of the alternative methods of waste recoverydisposal in their areas. Should lead to some interesting debates.

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    mortfish

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • There are still some who appear to think an incinerator will still need to be built. Why?? DEFRA pulled their support because there are already alternatives available or being built. All offer a lower cost per tonne that the aborted incinerator. Far from the cancellation costing us money, in the longer term it will save money as Cornwall found too. What we need to find out is the involvement and culpability of the officers who must have been heavily involved in the negotiations. It was not long ago that the Head of Finance saw fit to warn councillors of dire consequences if they did not vote to go ahead with the incinerator. What has changed?

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    andy

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • LynnLegend

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • Wrong decision in my opinion.

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    blue tractor

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • Norfolk's political version of Bonny

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    inactive user

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • The abstention was Margaret Dewsbury who said: “Whipped. Abstain” when her name was called.

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    skinnyliz

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • EXCELLENT NEWS! Well done to Bellingham and Truss for stopping this, albeit a bit late in the day. Unfortunately the damage to the Tory Party in Norfolk has been done. Their self-destruct mission to stick two fingers up to their own loyal supporters in the west of the county will take years to repair, although they were only copying the same contempt shown by Tories at national level that has allowed UKIP to become the third party instead of the LibDims by refusing the general public a vote on Europe until it was too late. Why they feel the need to turn against their own supporters is beyond me.

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    Citizen of EUSSR

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • Why is Bill Borrett so close to Wheelabrator than the Norfolk people? Trashing the air water land and The Wash with a polluting belching incinerator does not make any financial sense to me. Borrett is still under the wing of Wheelabrator but what is his motive and where and when does he fall. Coltishall watch out Borrett's about.

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    Jack

    Monday, April 7, 2014

  • B Ungatory, if Henry Bellingham was so late-in-the-day reporting CW were more expensive, when did you know about it and why didn’t you reveal it earlier yourself? AmeyCespa’s compensation figure was higher than CW’s so why are you trying to make out otherwise, you sound like a bitter Labourite.

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    Honest John

    Tuesday, April 8, 2014

  • Well I think Liz Truss and Henry Bellingham did a brilliant job, Kings Lynn Borough Council also did a great job. They all took into account what the there voting public wanted and they all knew this thing was an expensive joke. if it had of been allowed to go ahead it would of cost hundreds of millions so the the best decision has been made. People also blame the Conservatives, I think you will find most Conservatives didn't want it so that leaves a splinter group at NCC who did. Perhaps some of them should call it a day.

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    Sweet cheeks

    Monday, April 7, 2014

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