The North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project (NWRWTP), a partnership of Flintshire County Council, the Isle of Anglesey County Council, Conwy County Borough Council, Denbighshire County Council and Gwynedd Council, have announced a series of “drop in” sessions for the public of North Wales to come and learn more about the project and give their views.
The sessions are being organised as part of a consultation process the Partnership is undertaking to hear people’s views on specific aspects of the project.
Councillor Eryl Williams, Chair of the NWRWTP’s Joint Committee, said: “We are keen to hear as many people’s views as possible, so I would urge any residents who want to know more about the project or want to ask questions about the project to come along to one of the sessions. I would also urge as many residents across North Wales as possible to respond to the consultation”.
Lead Chief Executive for the project and Flintshire County Council, Colin Everett, said: “Keeping the communities of North Wales well informed, and involving residents on key aspects of the project, is a priority for the Partnership. The results of the consultation process will help the Partnership with important decisions going forward.”
The venues and dates are:-
ANGLESEY Boston Centre Stage, (Old Church House)
Holyhead, LL65 1BW
Friday 5th August 2pm-7pm
Saturday 6th August 10am-4pm
FLINTSHIRE St David’s Hotel, Deeside, CH5 3YB
Friday 12th August 2pm-7pm
Saturday 13th August 10am-4pm
CONWY Conwy Business Centre, Junction Way,
Llandudno Junction, LL31 9XX
Tuesday 30th August 2pm-7pm
GWYNEDD Penrallt Centre, Holyhead Road,
Bangor, LL57 2EU
Wednesday 31st August 2pm-7pm
DENBIGHSHIRE Wellington Road Community Centre,
Rhyl, LL18 1LE
Thursday 1st September 2pm-7pm
GWYNEDD Ty Siamas, Eldon Square, Dolgellau
Friday 2nd September 2pm-7pm
Residents can also find out more and complete a consultation questionnaire on the project’s website, www.nwrwtp.org.
The next step in the procurement process is for bidders to submit their detailed solutions, which they have to do in November this year. These will be thoroughly evaluated, before recommendations are made to the Member Committee regarding de-selection of any bidder. The remaining bidders will then submit their final tenders in Spring 2012 and the preferred bidder appointed in late 2012 / early 2013. A planning application would then follow.