Oppose the Alfreton rd incinerator
HELP US OPPOSE THE ALFRETON ROAD INCINERATOR
We - a group of residents, parents and business owners living, working in and caring about Darley Abbey, Allestree, Chester Green, Breadsall, Strutts Park, Chaddesden, Oakwood and Little Eaton - are campaigning against the planned incinerator on Alfreton Road, Derby
This site will affect Darley Abbey, Breadsall, Chester Green, Allestree, Strutts Park, Chaddesden, Oakwood and Little Eaton – as well as the tens of thousands of people who live, work, or attend the many schools, sports and social clubs in these areas of north Derby.
On October 12th, Derby City Council passed the application for the ‘Development of facilities to enable the testing of a new technology based on a pyrothermic conversion process utilising SRF (solid recovered fuel) and erection of external 20 metre high chimney stack for a temporary period of 18 months.’
In layman’s terms, this equates to the development of a waste incinerator; right next to several densely populated residential areas, a World Heritage Site, Darley Park – enjoyed by thousands of people every week – as well as a nature reserve and the River Derwent.
The full proposal – which has now been approved by Derby City Council - can be found here: https://docs.derby.gov.uk/ paserver/index.aspx?caseref= 10/16/01241
Until recently, a small group has been raising awareness and funds to gain legal advice against the proposals. Since permission was granted, a public meeting attended by over 80 local residents showed the concerns of many, and now a committee has been formed to fight this development going ahead.
WE NEED TO RAISE FUNDS URGENTLY TO CARRY ON THE FIGHT TO STOP THIS DEVELOPMENT.
We need to raise a total of £15,000 to fight this planned development. As we carry on fighting this in court over summer, we are looking to raise urgently £6000 to pay our specialist environmental solicitors and planning barrister as they do their vital work. We’re getting closer to our total goal, please help us reach it!
THANK YOU !
As some of you will be aware, the company Envirofusion has vacated the premises on Alfreton Road. Whilst this may look promising, the state of play does not alter at all; as the planning permission is attached to the land, not the company, and is therefore still in place to allow a test incinerator to be built.
With Envirofusion leaving the site, it doesn’t stop the development still going ahead under different circumstances.
Therefore, the ‘Oppose Alfreton Road Incinerator’ (OARI) campaign continues to challenge - through the Courts - the planning permission for the incinerator site; as we always have done. We must carry on raising funds to do this; we have a final fundraising goal and you could help us reach this!
We need to raise a final £6000 to pay for legal fees to allow us to continue this fight to its conclusion
We’re asking businesses, residents, groups and clubs for support – we know many of you have already donated, but we need a final push.
Just £10 per person or £100 per business wouldn’t take long to raise this last amount - if 350 people and 25 businesses did this, we’d achieve our goal!
PLEASE, donate what you can, this campaign is for us, our villages, our parks and green spaces, our health!
As we carry on our fight in the Court of Appeal…
Please buy a banner to display in / outside your residence or business, and show your support
These new, eye-catching banners will be going up around the locality and we would love you to join us in making our message seen
JUST £12 EACH with ALL profits going to the OARI fund
(The banners are 1m by 50cm in size so not too large, but a good size to be seen)
Please contact us with your name, number of banners you would like and your address and make £12 payable to:
Sort Code 40-19-15
Account No 64474384
We will then deliver your banner to you from Fri 15th June onwards
Thank you for your continuing support!
The OARI team
ALL PROCEEDS from the event will go towards the legal fund for the Judicial Review
re. Envirofusion’s experimental waste incinerator near Darley Abbey Mills
TO BE AUCTIONED BY TV’s CHARLES HANSON: (Bargain Hunt, Flog It!, Antiques Road Trip)
Genesis Delta Road Bike size 48 (suitable for 5' to 5'4") from Lovevelo
Hand-made, designer paring knife from Blok Knives
Professional photo-shoot packages (family x 2) from photographer Simon Mackney
A day with the brewer at Derventio Brewery
Course of dance classes (adult x 1, child x 1) at Anna Michelle’s School of Dance
Canoe Taster sessions x 2 Midland Canoe Club
Hotel break for two (one night) at Brook Marston Farm Hotel
Case of wine from the English Wine Project
Sessions at Body in Mind Pilates - Block of ten classes from the mat class programme
(Pilates, or Yoga, or Kids Yoga, or Tai Chi or Stretch & Relax)
His/Hers running shoes from The Derby Runner
1 x 4 hr course for any therapies eg. smoking cessation, weight control,
anxiety, from Mandy Jackson
Clogau Welsh Affinity pendant in silver and Welsh gold from Judith Hart Jewellers
Taylor’s Vargellas Vintage Port 2002
PLEASE NOTE: if you would like to enter the auction for these terrific items, but
can’t be there on the night, you can do still so by contacting us:on 07870895333 with
your bid details.
Also prizes to be won on the night, including: hamper, cinema tickets, photo-shoots, aromatherapy
treatments, flowers, relaxation sessions, facials, haircuts, bespoke keepsakes, cider and more …
TICKETS: from Darley Abbey Stores, Darley Abbey, open daily 6am to 9pm
Update - February 2017
PLEASE COME TO OUR SPECIAL FUNDRAISING EVENT ON FRIDAY MARCH 2ND, 7PM, AT DARLEY ABBEY VILLAGE HALL
A SUPERB AUCTION BY TV'S CHARLES HANSON, PLUS SUPPER, MUSIC AND BAR
IT WILL BE AN EXCELLENT EVENT!
TICKETS ON SALE AT DARLEY ABBEY VILLAGE SHOP, OPEN DAILY
£20 A TICKET INCLUDES SUPPER, A DRINK ON ARRIVAL & CHANCE TO BID IN EXCLUSIVE AUCTION!
see more below:
Please invite your friends and family to what will be a great, fun and relaxed fundraising event - all money raised at this event will go towards our continued fight to stop the planned experimental waste incinerator.
We are still on the road with the Judicial Review with the legal team fighting, and will need continued funds to pay for legal fees.
Come along on 2nd March and meet committee members again, have a drink and delicious supper, before bidding for some incredible auction and raffle prizes, headed up by TV auctioneer Charles Hanson. Music will entertain us and it will be a great way to enjoy a Friday evening!