The Witham Staple is mandated to reflect what is happening in our Lincolnshire community (i.e.
the villages of Aubourn, Bassingham, Carlton le Moorland, Norton Disney, Stapleford, Thurlby, Witham St Hughs and the rural areas surrounding these villages).
The Skellingthorpe plant has received consistent complaints regarding odour The technology planned for the Villa Farm Plant is not currently used elsewhere in the UK (there is a plant is Serbia) and thus not tried and tested.
The plants odour control technologies will not be in place for the lorries bringing in the dead animals According to the Lincoln Proteins manager, these lorries will smell - an insurmountable problem as the vehicles are the weakest link.
They are holding a public exhibition on Wednesday 1st November between 10.30am and 7.30pm in Norton Disney Village Hall Members of the companys development team will be on hand to discuss the plans in more detail and answer any question you might have.
You will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposals at the event.
A manager from Lincoln Proteins and a consultant from JH Walters attended the Norton Disney Parish Council meeting on Wednesday 15th November.
Over 50 residents from the surrounding area attended.
Any support from the local community would be very gratefully received.
Last week, a few properties received a letter from a firm called Lincoln Proteins Limited advising that they intend to submit a planning application for a new animal by products processing plant at Villa Farm, Folly Lane, Norton Disney.
The Witham Valley Park Preservation Group The Witham Valley Park Preservation Group (WVPPG) is the new name for the residents and business owners who have come together to express concern around the proposed Animal Rendering Plant at Villa Farm, Norton Disney.