The North West Norfolk MP Henry Bellingham has called on the Prime Minister to listen to the view of local people over the proposed King's Lynn waste incinerator.
At Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons Mr Bellingham said more than 65,000 people had voted against the project.
David Cameron said it was "very important that the planning system does listen to local people."
A public inquiry into controversial plans to build a waste incinerator in King's Lynn opens today
Two councils engaged in a dispute over the proposed incinerator at King's Lynn say they will team up to monitor air quality if it is built