Members of the public can have the say on the future of a disused waste incinerator in Hanley Swan during a public exhibition taking place today (Friday, February 13) and tomorrow.

The ten-storey high structure at Haylers End was formerly used by Worcestershire County Council but has been out of service for several years.

It was bought by a private bidder at auction last year, and now Worcester-based architects Boughton Butler is inviting residents to discuss the future of the site.

Spokesman Andrew Boughton said a variety of different options had been considered for the site. Returning it to use as an incinerator would be possible, although Boughton Butler has ruled this out as it would not be of benefit to the local community and the firm is keen to produce a scheme with a “positive result”.

Reversion to agricultural use was also considered but has been ruled out as it is not financially viable.


Excerpt from Malvern Gazette









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