The following letter has been sent to planning enforcement at Lincolnshire County Council.
Feedback will be shared when we have it.
Dear Sir / Madam
During the run up to the recent planning application hearing to develop the Veolia Site on Long Leys Road into a Waste Transfer Station a number of issues with the operation were brought to the attention of the campaign group. Please find below a summary which we would like to bring to your attention for action.
The attached photographs were passed to me from a local resident showing the state of property to the rear of the site used by Veolia to store bins.
The rear of the property is open and not secured or fenced off, which presents a danger to children who it is understood are known to play in the vicinity.
Residents to the rear of the property are disturbed at night by light pollution emanating from the site.
Residents on the main road are disturbed by lorries leaving the site at 5am. As well as engine noise, residents are disturbed by Road vibration plus those residents opposite the entrance are disturbed by lights shining through the windows at this time.
A question has also been asked by local residents as to whether there is planning permission to store bins on the current location as the bins are stored on land which is not part of Veolia’s leasehold see attached deeds.
We would welcome your feedback on these points so we can share with the community.
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