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BREAKING: Incinerator Project May Be Cancelled

BREAKING: Incinerator Project May Be Cancelled

Published by KLFM
4:41pm 31st March 2014.

Norfolk County Council may cancel the the plans for the King's Lynn Incinerator next week.

A new report by officers says that the authority is heading towards a tipping point, where the project becomes far more expensive to cancel

They say Councillors must tear up the contract before May or risk costs going up, EVEN IF government ministers currently deciding on planning permission turn it down.

The full council and the cabinet will meet on Monday to decide what to do.

We'll bring you more details on this as soon as we get them...

 

 

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