Legal challenge to incinerator’s permit fails despite error in application

The High Court has upheld the environmental permit for the long-delayed Rookery South energy-from-waste plant in Bedfordshire

Rookery South energy-from-waste plant
An impression of what the Rookery South plant will look like

The High Court has upheld the environmental permit for the long-delayed Rookery South energy-from-waste plant in Bedfordshire.

Its decision, published last week, backed the decision of the Environment Agency (EA) to award the permit to the otherwise fully consented plant in January this year. It was the final hurdle to be overcome by the project, which has now seen off two judicial reviews.

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