Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, is seeking the views of his constituents on the Molescroft Recycling Centre that is proposed to be sited at the top of Grange Road in Beverley.
Following the opening of the public consultation by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, and two exhibitions about the proposal, Graham is keen to ensure residents’ views are heard over the proposed development – both in person, and online.
Mr Stuart is encouraging residents to submit their comments on the planning website (https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=makeComment&keyVal=RJJK7HBJHMK00), but to ensure that he is able to best represent the people of Beverley and Holderness, he is hosting a public meeting on Saturday 12th November at 10am at the car park near Ings Road.
Graham is also inviting residents to make their views heard on his website at: https://www.grahamstuart.com/have-your-say-proposed-molescroft-recycling-centre.
The Rt. Hon. Graham Stuart MP said: “It’s important that everyone has their say in their local area – and that’s why I’m asking residents to tell me in person what they think about the proposed Molescroft Recycling Centre.
“I’ve received so many emails and letters about this, and it’s clear that many people have an opinion on the matter.
“As your local champion, I’m looking forward to meeting many of you on Saturday 12th November and hearing what you have to say!”