PROTESTERS are being urged to turn out in force when Sutton councillors take a second look on Wednesday (May 15) at plans to build an incinerator in Beddington Lane.
Despite planning officers recommending approval at the first meeting on April 24, the decision was deferred to address particular concerns about air quality and traffic raised by both councillors and members of the public.
But the report being presented on Wednesday reiterates the recommendation for approval of the scheme. It also says that Viridor has agreed to establish a forum to monitor the concerns.
Opponents of the scheme believe the fact that more than 80 people turned out for the April meeting played an important part in getting a deferral. Shasha Khan, of Croydon Green Party, said: "We are asking everybody who came along to the April meeting to bring a friend to Wednesday's meeting. We feel the protest and the weight of our arguments put pressure on the committee."
The meeting is at the Europa Gallery at the Central Library, St Nicholas Way, Sutton at 8pm.