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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 11:24 UK time, Monday, 10 December 2007

Tip scheme firm offers £450,000 to Flintshire community - Daily Post

A special meeting to consider plans for a massive rubbish tip has been postponed after the applicant offered to set up a trust fund which could give the local community £450,000.

Construction company Robin Jones and Sons of Llandudno Junction, want to create a tip at Parry's Quarry in Alltami, Flintshire, capable of taking 100,000 tonnes a year of waste for the next 15 years. A special meeting of Flintshire Council's planning committee was due to consider the application. But it was called off when councillors received a letter from the applicant.

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