Colnbrook Parish Council has objected to an attempt by Heathrow to extend the use of the Colnbrook Logistics Centre beyond its current temporary permission in 2018.
There is growing speculation tonight that Australian property developer Goodman is preparing to submit a High Court challenge the Secretary of State’s decision to reject SIFE earlier this Summer.
Parish councillors have again waved through an application from DHL relating to a new incineration plant to be built at Colnbrook Lakeside. The logistics company’s application under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010 for a permit application for a small waste co-incineration plant was discussed at the meeting of the Services Committee held at the Village Hall, Colnbrook on Tuesday 19th July 2016 and went unchallenged.
Has Slough’s Call for Sites been hijacked? It would seem so, at least judging by the way in which it has unleashed calls from all of the major landowners locally to develop the remaining open land around the parish for commercial gain.
Poyle 14, DHL’s massive new UK hub based in Poyle, is quickly taking shape. The construction which is regenerating a large part of the rundown trading estate already dominates the skyline … and it’s barely started!
Parish Council hits out at “wasteful absurdity” and “corporate greed” as Goodman says it will build SIFE even if a Third Runway gets go ahead!
Colnbrook Parish Council delivered a robust defence to SIFE at the public inquiry on Friday, by far the best thing to come out of the Parish Council in recent years.
“Special circumstances” test shredded as Goodman’s bruiser claims victory on Day 2 of SIFE public inquiry
Day Two of the public inquiry into the appeal into the Slough International Freight Exchange (SIFE) did not go so well for the home team today.
Proceedings got off to a slow start but the SIFE public inquiry kicked off today. Following a morning taken up largely with introductions, technical procedure, and agreeing the running order, opening statements from opposing counsel were made and the first witness called – Slough Borough Council’s Paul Stimpson.
Colnbrook Parish Council has supported the CCA’s call for a rethink on the impact of the M4 Smart Motorway plans on Brands Hill residents, it has revealed.
DHL’s Flight Assembly Centre in Colnbrook is offering a free two week training course and up to six months of support to local 18-25 year olds interested in a career in Logistics.