Information for Shore RoadStatus: Prevented
Planning Region: Scotland
Planning Sub-Region: Perth
Operator: Grundon Waste Management Limited
Campaign Group(s): Communities Against Toxics Scotland (CATsScotland) and Tayside Environmental Action Group and Green Alternatives to Incineration in Scotland (GAINS)
Notes: Planning appeal refused for a second time in August 2013 by the Scottish Ministers, with reasons given including noise, air quality and odours [Source, See DPEA entry]. No further challenge to the decision was made during the appeal period [Source, Source]. (Entry updated 2016-05-12)
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