Information for Bowlease Common, Llanwern, Newport (South of the existing Corus Llanwern Steelworks)Status: Prevented
Planning Region: Wales
Planning Sub-Region: South Wales
Operator: Veolia / Prosiect Gwyrdd (Project Green)
Campaign Group(s): Stop Newport Incinerator Campaign (SNIC), Scam Gwyrdd, South Wales Without Incineration (SWWIN) and Wales Green Party
Notes: Veolia withdrew their appeal to a planning refusal in March 2013 following their failure to be named Preferred Bidder on the Project Green waste contract in February 2013 [Source, Source, Source]. Planning application submitted to Newport City Council in December 2011 (ref 11/1303) and refused by the planning committee in July 2012 [Source]. Veolia appealed this refusal in September 2012 [Source, View case summary]. (Entry updated 2013-04-04)
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