Public consultation update
9th April 2020
Having postponed the planned public exhibitions due to the current Government Coronavirus restrictions, we would like to reassure those interested in our proposals that feedback can still be provided during these unprecedented times.
The current consultation exercise ends on 4th May and all feedback received will be collated and responses recorded in a Feedback Report. After the Coronavirus restrictions have been lifted, we will launch a second phase of this consultation which will include rearranged exhibition events and document inspection locations. Additional feedback can be given during this second period and will also be included, along with responses, in the Feedback Report.
Information on the proposals and feedback forms are still available on the project website here, to either complete online or download. Paper copies of the feedback form can be returned to MVV using the Freepost address, ‘Freepost MVV’. For those without internet access, paper copies of feedback forms and consultation booklets can be requested by writing to us using the Freepost address.
If you have a question that requires a more immediate response, please use the ‘general enquiry’ form rather than the ‘consultation feedback’ form.
We continue to monitor the situation with regard to Coronavirus in the UK and will take a sensible view, based on prevailing government guidance, as to when the public exhibitions can be rescheduled to launch phase 2 of the current consultation. A further consultation opportunity will then be held later this year or early in 2021.
Press queries may be directed to:
Paul Carey, Managing Director
07768 842 715
Second week of public events
9th October 2020
The second week of public events will take place next week, between 13th and 16th October. The first three events...
29th September 2020
The first of our public exhibitions start this week and the safety of our staff and all visitors is of...
MVV extends consultation on its Medworth energy from waste proposal
14th September 2020
MVV has announced a second non-statutory consultation period on its proposed Medworth Energy from Waste Combined Heat and Power facility....