Stroud District Council's Legal Challenge Fails, 10/7/15


Where would the incinerator chimney Plume be RIGHT NOW?
Click the map above to see the latest forecast of its location
and of ground level pollution from the chimney compared to background levels

Take our Virtual Tour of Javelin park 
and be blown away by the enormity of the incinerator..
A massive structure and a monumental mistake...


Latest News

  • Incinerator FOI Complaints Delayed Again by GCC officers GlosVAIN Press Release, 28/6/2015   Complaints demanding release of financial details of incinerator contract delayed again by Gloucestershire County Council officers   A Freedom of Information request for the financial ...
    Posted 30 Jun 2015, 14:36 by GlosVAIN Campaign
  • Stroud Council Challenges Incinerator at High Court Stroud District Council was at the High Court on 25th June to challenge the granting of planning permission by Eric Pickles earlier in the year. The Judge, Mrs Justice Lang ...
    Posted 30 Jun 2015, 14:24 by GlosVAIN Campaign
  • June 2015 Update Tea is for Toxin Free.View this email in your browserStroud Council's Legal Hearing NearsInstigated by Stroud District Council, a legal case challenging the legitimacy of Pickles ...
    Posted 13 Jun 2015, 00:26 by GlosVAIN Campaign
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Toxin Free Tea Party Invitation

Javelin Park is in the village of Haresfield. 98% of residents wish to declare their village free of incineration pollution, which is a clear statement of no social licence for this incinerator.

To celebrate this result and make it known to the world, the village threw a "Toxin Free Tea Party" on 20th June 2015.

Sign online using the link above to get the contract fully disclosed.
Stop the secrecy. Demand transparency!

GCC have refused to provide details under the Freedom of Information Act. The case has now been referred to the Information Commissioners Office.

 Redaction CartoonThe key financial details in the Javelin Park incinerator contract remain secret and are preventing a) due scrutiny of the unbelievably high contract termination costs claimed by the County Conservatives b) an objective assessment of the value for money of the incinerator, particularly in the face of claims that alternatives would save hundreds of millions of pounds more c) proper democratic decision making at the County Council, as council members are not privy to these key details.