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Whitehall Road: Waste recycling plans submitted

Amended plans to extend a waste transfer station and recycling centre in New Farnley have been submitted.

Bill Dyson Skip Hire and Waste Management, based at Whitehall Road Industrial Estate, has applied for a retrospective change of land use to extend the existing waste transfer station on the site.

The business has expanded outwards from the original area designated for the waste transfer station

The plans say the site would operate from 6am to midnight Monday to Friday and from 6am to 3pm on Saturday. No vehicle movements are proposed between the hours of 6pm to noon.

A noise management plan to assess and minimise the potential impacts of noise generated at the Whitehall Road recycling facility has been submitted alongside the application. It says a ‘comprehensive range of management control measures’ will be implemented at the site.

The plans can be viewed in full on Leeds City Council’s website here. Comments can be submitted until Friday, 19 May 2017.






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