I call on the East Riding Council to reject planning proposal 20/02150/STPLF as it would have a detrimental impact on residents in North Ferriby and Melton.
Objections include, but are not limited to:
*The site would cause severe noise pollution; noting that Transwaste were denied 24/7 operation hours for similar reasons.
*The site would cause severe light pollution; noting that local wildlife have made this area their home and it would cause serious harm and disturbance to their way of life.
*Serious and legitimate concerns exist that Capper Pass has contaminated the land the site proposals plan to build on; noting that locally people have died previously because of the contamination of Capper Pass.
*Road infrastructure could not cope with 657 vans to the area; noting that the A63 between North Ferriby and Hull is often gridlocked with traffic during. This would mean that 657 vans could need to use the Ferriby High Road on their way to Hessle, Humber Bridge or Hull through local back roads that are unable to support such a vast influx of traffic.