Next Monday's Executive is considering the draft West London Waste Plan, which is a joint plan by the various planning authorities of West London to regulate where waste sites go. These documents always take ages to process. I recall attending meetings on it in 2010. This may all seem dry as dust, but it is of considerable importance for the Harlesden Incinerator issue.
This because the closer the draft plan gets to being passed, the more effective it becomes as a planning objection to waste management on sites not covered in it. The Harlesden Incinerator site is not listed in the report.
The proposed draft also strengthens the wording resisting waste sites because of their cumulative impact.