Work will resume today on the building of a multi-million pound incinerator in St Dennis. It comes after a legal campaign by local residents to halt its construction was thrown out by the Supreme Court last month.
Cornwall Council says a waste-burning incinerator is needed to reduce the amount of rubbish that goes to landfill.
The decision overturns a hearing last year by a High Court judge which threw out the scheme. Cornwall Council says a waste-burning incinerator is needed to reduce landfill. Residents campaigning against it say they'll continue their fight.
We spoke to Lid Dem MP, Stephen Gilbert.
Campaigners against the waster incinerator in Mid-Cornwall tell our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy, they will continue to fight against it.
– Campaigners at the Court of Appeal
Give up, are not words we use in St Dennis"
The Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling which blocked plans for a giant waste incinerator in St.Dennis in Cornwall. It removes the last obstacle for the controversial scheme.
A decision is expected on plans to build a giant waste incinerator in St.Dennis. Campaigners successfully blocked the plans at High Court last November but developers are appealing the decision.