A replacement, modern waste transfer building to house existing food, garden and bulky waste transfer activities at the High Heavens Waste Complex is being proposed. If constructed, it will enable the Council, as the Waste Disposal Authority, to bring existing operations indoors and minimise the impacts of waste handling activities on neighbouring areas.

Galliford Try has been appointed by Buckinghamshire County Council as the design and build contractor for the proposed facility.

The proposed building will replace the existing out-of-date infrastructure used for food, garden and bulky waste transfer activities. It will incorporate modern environmental controls and provide a safer and more comfortable workplace for the site staff. It will also improve the way food waste, garden waste and bulky wastes are managed within Buckinghamshire.

There will be a public information event with an opportunity to provide feedback on the proposals. The event is taking place at Christ the Servant King Church, Cressex Road, on:

 

  • Thursday 28th Sept 5pm-9pm
  • Friday 29th Sept 9am-5pm
  • Thursday 5th October 5pm-9pm
  • Friday 6th October 9am-5pm

 

Galliford Try and RPS, the appointed planning consultants, are welcoming feedback on the proposals. Local residents and other interested parties are invited to provide feedback at the public consultation events, and via the Contact form at https://hhbts.co.uk/contact.