Council gives green light to Chippy recycling centre

MHBG-08-11-12 Greystones 
Greystones is the old house on the Burford Road which used to be owned by Chippy Town Council.
The District Council are going to build a new recycling centre in the old industrial depot behind it.

MHBG-08-11-12 Greystones Greystones is the old house on the Burford Road which used to be owned by Chippy Town Council. The District Council are going to build a new recycling centre in the old industrial depot behind it.

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CHIPPING Norton took another step towards a sustainable future this week after plans for a new household recycling centre were approved by West Oxfordshire District Council.

The new facility, which is to be built by WODC at the former Greystones council depot on the outskirts of town, will allow residents to recycle a much wider range of items than they currently can in weekly collection boxes.

Chipping Norton Mayor Martin Jarratt says the town council is very pleased the centre has been approved but some details still need to be resolved – including the lease of a strip of town council access land to the site and the question of household waste.

 

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