|Posted by hertswow on August 4, 2018 at 7:45 PM|
The hearings of the Planning Inquiry for an incinerator plant for residual waset to be built in Hoddesdon were adjourned yesterday so that the Inspector can prepare her report to the Secretary of State. The hearings are "adjourned" rather than "ended" since it's possible that the Inspector will re-convene them on issues emerging or external matters arising. We do not have a view of what the Inspector will recommend nor what the Secretary of State will decide. However you are welcome to ask us about ehat took place from our point of view as a "Rule 6" party to the Inquiry.
For the Inquiry documents, see the Inquiry Library online here.
P.S. on 25th september 2018: We have been notified that the Public Inquiry hearings are now officially closed. The Inquiry goes on c/o the Inspector as she prepares her report for the Secretary of State to make a decision in due course.