EfW plant loses planning battle due to lack of environmental data

An energy-from-waste (EfW) developer, who failed to provide adequate environmental information despite a planning inspector allowing extra time to do so, has been told it can longer build its proposed facility.

Last week, planning inspector David Buylla ruled that the Combined Heat and Power’s (Highlands) development on land at Cromarty Firth Industrial Estate, Invergordon, could not go ahead because he did "not regard the environmental information submitted as adequate". 

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