Anglian Water Phase 3 consultation starts 24th February

Anglian Water have just announced the start of the phase 3 consultation on relocating the sewage works to Honey Hill, between Horningsea and Fen Ditton.

Phase 3 Consultation

Anglian Water has scheduled the Phase 3 Consultation for the 24th February to the 27th April 2022. All residents will have the chance to comment. Those comments will go to the Planning Inspectors; it is a real chance to get over to them our objections and, if the application is agreed, to lessen the effects on our communities. This is also the final consultation before Anglian Water submit their Development Consent Order application to the Planning Inspectorate.

Meetings

Anglian Water have said they will run some face to face meetings. So far they have said the following:

 

  • Wed 9th March – Online – 19:00 – 20:30
  • Tues 15th March – Main Hall, Milton Community Centre, 14:30 – 18:30
  • Wed 16th March – Fen Ditton Village Hall, 11:00 – 15:00
  • Fri 18th March – Main Hall, Quy Village Hall, 11:00 – 15:00
  • Sat 19th March – Tillage Hall, Waterbeach, 11:00 – 15:00
  • Tues 22nd March – Horningsea Village Hall, 15:00 – 19:00

 

Next steps

So look out for a leaflet from Save Honey Hill telling you what we consider are the important issues and please do complete the consultation when Anglian Water delivers their leaflets (you will be able to do it online or on their form). They will contact 10,600 properties so there is a good opportunity to make our voices heard.

As soon as the Save Honey Hill group have viewed the online consultation then we will publish guides to make it easier to comment on the consultation.

Everyone can help by completing the Consultation when Anglian Water publishes it. State your objections and let Anglian Water and the Planning Inspector know what you think must happen to make the plant less of a huge industrial blot on our landscape.

You can view the consultation now, however, as of the 24th many pages are not working. For example the interactive map does not even show the proposed sewage works site

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