Waste planning authorities (WPAs) have a statutory duty to prepare a Waste Local Plan in line with Article 28 of the Waste Framework Directive (2008).
The Waste Local Plan should identify sufficient waste management opportunities to meet the needs of an area, with the aims of driving waste management up the waste hierarchy, and ensuring suitable sites and facilities are located to enable waste management to be provided for a specific local area.
In turn, developers and operators have a role to play in meeting Local Plan aims and aspirations, and in gaining planning consent for new projects, be they residential, commercial or waste management related.
Our experience and services
Our Anthesis waste team have significant experience across all aspects of waste planning for both public and private sector clients. We have thorough knowledge and expertise in:
Town planning legislation, guidance and standards • all stages of Local Plan preparation • preparing Waste Plans and collation of evidence bases • producing site appraisals • waste arisings forecasting • waste markets, infrastructure and technologies • crossboundary working and the Duty to Co-operate
We have particular expertise in robust waste arisings forecasting and capacity gap analysis, having delivered a number of large scale waste surveys for a range of clients.
Our recent clients
Some of our recent clients include:
Cheshire West and Chester Council – Waste needs assessment, original report and update.
Durham County Council – Waste arisings and waste management capacity study, original report and update.
City of London Corporation – Waste arisings and waste management capacity study.
Waste Planning Authorities in the Western Riverside Waste Authority area – Waste technical paper.
The Environment Agency and devolved UK governmental departments – Delivery of a waste arising surveys of C&I and CD&E waste.
DEFRA – Assisted development of a C&I waste arisings reporting methodology for biannual reporting to the EU
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