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PostSubject: Streamlining the planning process for nationally significant wastewater transportation    Fri Jul 15, 2011 4:42 pm

A new consultation from Defra on plans to designate waste water transfer and storage schemes with a capacity of at least 350,000 cubic metres as nationally significant.

The only project at present is the Thames Tunnel and if this went through would mean that TW would not have to apply to 14 different planning authorites, just one application only.

Cost implictions for TW are huge, Defra estimates around 80 million saving.

This of course would then stop any arguements from local councils as it would be a central government descision. Cynics may ponder with potential fines under the water framework directive make it a best option for UK PLC.

http://www.defra.gov.uk/consult/2011/07/12/wastewater-transportation/
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PostSubject: Re: Streamlining the planning process for nationally significant wastewater transportation    Sat Jul 16, 2011 5:49 am

cynics m8 ??
what change has taken place within thames water in the past 30 years, other than greater greed and an increase in pollution

answer naff all

UK PLC realise that its gonna get stitched up by EUROPE PLC unless it sorts out the poisoning of our rivers, hence they will now stick their nose in, and pretend they've just discovered the smell
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