Anglian Water’s final Phase 3 Consultation began on 24th February and ends 27th April 2022. This consultation is your last chance to give feedback on measures which will make this sewage works bearable. It is also your chance to email Anglian Water and tell them that the
Anglian Water have been running some face to face meetings at various village halls around the villages that will be affected by relocating the Sewage Works to Green belt.
The last meeting is in Horningsea Village Hall Tues 22nd March at 15:00 – 19:00
There is no need to book a slot. Just turn up!
Anglian water staff and engineers will be on hand to answer your questions on the sewage works relocation.
If you want some inspiration then here are some pointers on useful comments to make.
Thank you for being a Friend of Save Honey Hill. Without your support, opposition to the Cambridge Waste Water Treatment Plant Relocation (CWWTPR) to Honey Hill would not be possible.
The First Proposals: Local Plan Consultation period ended in December. Once again many groups around Cambridge submitted highly critical responses. Read below to find out more about the growing alliance of groups against the vast overdevelopment that is planned for Cambridge. We continue to work and liaise closely with them.
Anglian Water’s Phase three consultation on the sewage works relocation is due to start. Save Honey Hill is still committed to stopping the relocation but in the meantime we must also be sure to get the best outcome possible for our village communities through mitigation, should our efforts to stop this fail.
Finally, don’t miss a wonderful interview conducted by Liz Cotton, who spoke recently to local author, Phoebe Taplin, on the various walks she has taken around this area. If anybody needs to be persuaded to respond to Anglian Water’s Phase Three Consultation, then just send them the link to the interview.
Save Honey Hill
Save Honey Hill is a community group formed to reject the proposal to relocate Cambridge sewage treatment works from Milton to Honey Hill, a beautiful unspoilt, quality green field and arable site between the villages of Horningsea, Fen Ditton, Teversham and Quy.
The @jeremysallis show at 10:00 (Tues 1st) is “Causing a Stink” about the controversy in relocating (not improving) the #cambridge sewage works to #greenbelt with £237m of public money.
The Phase 3 consultation on the relocation started last week. This is the final public consultation before Anglian Water submit their Development Consent Order (DCO) to the Planning Inspectorate.
Plus there’s a chance there will be a very special announcement about the Save Honey Hill group’s latest project!