Osmaston Clean Sweep, Monday 16th July 2012

On the following date a refuse vehicle will be provided at the locations and times below for you to dispose of your unwanted household items, free of charge.

Monday 16th July 2012
7.30 – 09am Ashtree Avenue (junction of Elmtree)
9.30 – 10.30am Osmaston Park Entrance (opposite Nightingale Road)
12.00 – 1.00pm Marlborough Road (junction Tower Street)
1.30 – 2.30pm Oscar Car Park (Addison Road)

How to dispose of your items …
1. Get your items ready for disposal.
2. Look out for the vehicle at the above location.
3. Bring your items to the vehicle.
4. Collectors will load your items – for safety reasons, do not attempt to load items onto the vehicles.

Please do not bring or leave your items for disposal at the stated locations outside of these times – the sites will continue to be monitored and anybody found fly-tipping may be subject to a maximum fine of £50,000.

The following items will be accepted …
• Soft furnishings (such as mattresses and cushions)
• Household furniture (such as chairs and tables)
• Bagged household waste
• Carpets
• Fridges/freezers/washing machines/microwaves
• Televisions/videos
• Bagged garden cuttings.
All items must not be more than 4 feet (1.22 Metres) in diameter

The following items WILL NOT be accepted …
• Motor vehicle parts
• Any fluids (such as paint, creosote, varnish, fuel and oil)
• Gas bottles
• Builders waste (such as concrete, bricks, sand and rubble)
• Soil
• Asbestos
• Batteries

If you would like further information regarding this event please contact: Streetpride
Phone 0333 200 6981 (24 hour – local rate), minicom 01332 258427
Streetpride@derby.gov.uk

Zoe Nettleship
Phone 01332 641586
Email: zoe.nettleship@derby.gov.uk

This event has been funded by Sinfin Neighbourhood Board through the Streetpride Devolved Budget for 2012/13

Sinfin Clean Sweep, Monday 18th June 2012

On the following date a refuse vehicle will be provided at the locations and times below for you to dispose of your unwanted household items, free of charge.

Monday 18th June 2012
7.30 – 09.00am Morlich Drive (junction of Katrine walk)
9.30 – 10.30am Moorside Crescent
12.00 – 1.00pm Shakespeare Street (corner Sheridan Street)
1.30 – 2.30pm Cowper Street (junction near Shakespeare Street)

How to dispose of your items …
1. Get your items ready for disposal.
2. Look out for the vehicle at the above location.
3. Bring your items to the vehicle.
4. Collectors will load your items – for safety reasons, do not attempt to load items onto the vehicles.

Please do not bring or leave your items for disposal at the stated locations outside of these times – the sites will continue to be monitored and anybody found fly-tipping may be subject to a maximum fine of £50,000.

The following items will be accepted …
• Soft furnishings (such as mattresses and cushions)
• Household furniture (such as chairs and tables)
• Bagged household waste
• Carpets
• Fridges/freezers/washing machines/microwaves
• Televisions/videos
• Bagged garden cuttings.
All items must not be more than 4 feet (1.22 Metres) in diameter

The following items WILL NOT be accepted …
• Motor vehicle parts
• Any fluids (such as paint, creosote, varnish, fuel and oil)
• Gas bottles
• Builders waste (such as concrete, bricks, sand and rubble)
• Soil
• Asbestos
• Batteries

If you would like further information regarding this event please contact: Streetpride
Phone 0333 200 6981 (24 hour – local rate), minicom 01332 258427
Streetpride@derby.gov.uk

Zoe Nettleship
Phone 01332 641586
Email: zoe.nettleship@derby.gov.uk

This event has been funded by Sinfin Neighbourhood Board through the Streetpride Devolved Budget for 2012/13

Sinfin Clean Sweep, Monday 11th June 2012

On the following date a refuse vehicle will be provided at the locations and times below for you to dispose of your unwanted household items, free of charge.

Monday 11th June 2012
7.30 – 09.00am Tobermory Way (between Dodburn Court & Peregrine Close)
9.30 – 10.30am Rothersay Close
12.00 – 1.00pm Islay Road (near Carron Close)
1.30 – 2.30pm Osprey Close (outside Kestrel House)

How to dispose of your items …
1. Get your items ready for disposal.
2. Look out for the vehicle at the above location.
3. Bring your items to the vehicle.
4. Collectors will load your items – for safety reasons, do not attempt to load items onto the vehicles.

Please do not bring or leave your items for disposal at the stated locations outside of these times – the sites will continue to be monitored and anybody found fly-tipping may be subject to a maximum fine of £50,000.

The following items will be accepted …
• Soft furnishings (such as mattresses and cushions)
• Household furniture (such as chairs and tables)
• Bagged household waste
• Carpets
• Fridges/freezers/washing machines/microwaves
• Televisions/videos
• Bagged garden cuttings.
All items must not be more than 4 feet (1.22 Metres) in diameter

The following items WILL NOT be accepted …
• Motor vehicle parts
• Any fluids (such as paint, creosote, varnish, fuel and oil)
• Gas bottles
• Builders waste (such as concrete, bricks, sand and rubble)
• Soil
• Asbestos
• Batteries

If you would like further information regarding this event please contact: Streetpride
Phone 0333 200 6981 (24 hour – local rate), minicom 01332 258427
Streetpride@derby.gov.uk

Zoe Nettleship
Phone 01332 641586
Email: zoe.nettleship@derby.gov.uk

This event has been funded by Sinfin Neighbourhood Board through the Streetpride Devolved Budget for 2012/13

Let’s stop the Sinfin Lane Incinerator Plan

We did it before – let’s do it again
You can help the campaign to get the Incinerator Planning Application rejected by taking part in the Planning Inquiry beginning on Tuesday 12th June, at the Burdsall Building, Derby Conference Centre on London Road.
RRS have expensive lawyers to fight their case; we need you to help us stop these ridiculous plans.
Details of the Appeal programme are given on the back. Contact us if you have any queries.
Here are alternative ways you can help stop the incinerator on Sinfin Lane:
1. Attend some parts of the appeal hearings at London Road. Normally 10.00am to 4.00pm
2. You can at the Inspector’s discretion give evidence there. Plan what you need to say and contact the Programme Officer asking to speak at one of the Inquiry sessions at the Burdsall Building, Derby Conference Centre, London Road.
3. Write a letter to the Inspector
4. Finally, have your say at the ‘drop in’ sessions:
at St Stephen’s Church Family Centre in Sinfin Lane on 19 June 6.30PM to 8.30PM, and also
at the Market Place Guildhall Meeting Rooms in the city centre on the 20 June 9.30AM to 12.30PM and 13.30PM to 16.30PM.
These are very important events for you to express your concerns. At the first Inquiry the Inspector was strongly and correctly influenced by people’s contributions
More details are given on the back.
Here are some suggestions of points to make to the Inspector:
• These plans will make the whole of Sinfin Lane even more congested and increase delays and queues at the Barracks Junction.
• Why have such a facility so close to residential communities.
• There are lots of other more suitable locations away from homes and communities.
• Why transport 200,000 tonnes of rubbish each year into a residential area from all over Derbyshire
• The Tesco Store that has planning permission will make congestion worse on the Ring Road.
• This area already suffers from bad health, this will not make that better
• 600 new homes are planned for the area, who will want to live near an incinerator serving Derbyshire
• The community really fears this plant being built for ourselves and future generations.
• These schemes always prove to be worse than originally anticipated, but it’s only known when it is too late.
• We have been through this whole process and the stress once before – it’s only a technical loop hole being exploited by money rich companies who are refusing to be beaten by the community.
• The authorities including the EA are failing to control flies from a recycling sorting facility on Victory Road, they have no chance regulating such a major plant like this.
• This proposal is now out of date and new technologies are being ignored.
• The cost of this plant is massive and generations will be paying for decades to recover costs.
• It is simply the wrong place.
• We work hard to improve this area this will wipe out our hard work in one decision if granted.
• The local community, young and old, able and not so able are relying on the inspector to say no.
Some details about the Public Inquiry
The Inquiry
New information has been submitted by all the parties involved in the appeal. All the documents relating to the appeal can be viewed, as they are made available, on the Council’s eplanning service, www.derby.gov.uk/eplanning, use the original application number 05/09/00571 to search for the application and appeal information
Inquiry Programme Officer
is Isabel Howdon-Bancroft and her contact details are:
Tel 01332 256 098 and email planning.appeals@derby.gov.uk. Please contact her if you have any queries. If needed please contact Baggy, Karen or Robin
Planning Inspectorate Case Officer
is Siân Evans, Rm 3/02, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Temple Quay, Bristol, BS1 6PMN
Tel 0117 372 8559 and email Sian.Evans@pins.gsi.gov.uk
Currently (Saturday, 09 June 2012) the Inquiry timetable is:
12 Jun Tue 10.00am-5.30pm Opening statements & possible witness
13 Jun Wed 9.30am-5.30pm Michael Kay & Cllr Hickson
14 Jun Thu 9.30am-5.30pm Evidence & cross exam of Cllrs Turner/Shanker, FOE & possible evidence of public speaker
15 Jun Fri 9.30am–1.00pm Evidence & cross exam of FOE
18 Jun Mon 9.30am–5.30pm Evidence & cross exam of Simon Bacon (SSAIN) & possible evidence of public speaker
19 Jun Tue 9.30am–5.30pm Evidence & cross exam of Tim Hill (SSAIN) & Keith Kondakor (SSAIN)
19 Jun Tue 6.30pm–8.30pm Public session at St Stephen’s Church Family Centre, Sinfin Lane
20 Jun Wed 9.30am-12.30pm Public session at Guild Hall Meeting Rooms, Market Place, Derby city centre
20 Jun Wed 1.30pm-4.30pm Public session at Guild Hall Meeting Rooms, Market Place, Derby city centre
21 Jun Thu 9.30am-5.30pm Evidence & cross exam of Mike Axon and Dan Smyth (for RRS)
22 Jun Fri 9.30am-5.30pm Evidence & cross exam of Kirsten Berry (for RRS), overspill/public speakers & poss. early finish
25 June Mon 9.30am-5.30pm Discussion of conditions and Closings by all
26 June Tue 9.30am-11.00m Any Closing overspill & Inspector’s round up
26 June Tue 11.15am-1.00pm Site visit [There is no public involvement with this]
27 Jun Wed No allocation for this day
Please note that parking is very restricted at St Stephen’s Church Family Centre. Please be considerate of residents when parking in nearby streets.
A Punjabi/Urdu speaker will be available at all the public sessions if you need assistance to give your views.
Sessions at the Burdsall Building
Most Inquiry sessions will take place in the Burdsall Building at the Derby Conference Centre, London Road, Derby. The Inquiry Case Officer will be present for most of the time.
The Centre can be reached by public transport, has ample car parking and is accessible to disabled visitors. If you wish to attend the Inquiry and have any special needs please contact the Programme Officer in advance so that she can ensure these are met.
If you arrive by car access is easiest through a small entrance on Ascot Drive.
Public Sessions
Last time the public sessions were excellent and we appeal to you to repeat the contributions that we made.
Thank you from Baggy, Robin and Karen