Tips on how to Object

How to object to Anglian Water’s DCO application to relocate the sewage works

The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) has accepted Anglian Water’s application to relocate the sewage works for Examination and has published the application documents .

The Planning Inspectors (also called Examining Authority or ExAs) will be appointed soon.

The Save Honey Hill Strategy team is currently reviewing over 200 documents and putting together objections to submit to the Planning Inspectors. As we understand more, this website will be updated to alert you to any particular issues within the application which we feel are pertinent.

We will update this page as soon as you are able to register as an Interested Party and make a Relevant Representation (objection) yourself.

According to the Planning Inspectorate’s website this will be from Wednesday 14 June 2023.

Until then we strongly urge you to sign up for updates from the Planning Inspectorate. They will send you an email automatically as soon as you are able to register and make an objection (Relevant Representation). They will also notify you of when the Preliminary Meeting will be held.


Drop in sessions

The Save Honey Hill group has scheduled drop in sessions (see below) where you will have the opportunity to meet members of the SHH team who will be on hand to answer your questions, show you how to object, and also why you should object!

  • Monday 19th June – Horningsea Village Hall – 6pm to 10pm
  • Saturday 24th June – East Barnwell Community Centre – 2pm to 6pm

Refreshments will be available, the latest song by the Crap Community Choir, which has recently been released, will be screened, and we also hope to have drone footage of Honey Hill to remind everyone why it is so important to HAVE YOUR SAY!

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