Nightmare Threat From Chalk Pit in College Road, Epsom.

Join the Campaign to Crush the Rubbish Machines
Do you live near Epsom College?
Do you hear loud industrial noise early in the morning?
Have you noticed more dust?

If you have this is likely to be from the Chalk Pit on College Road where huge industrial machines generating significant noise and dust from aggregate crushing and waste sorting have been installed by NJB Ltd. Now is the time to make a noise yourself!

If you want to complain about noise or dust just ring the Environment Agency Complaints Hotline 0800 80 70 60 (24 hrs) every day you suffer nuisance. It takes 5mins, its confidential, it can be anonymous.

Operating long after licensed hours, work was continuing on site 10th February when a huge fire broke out, needing nine fire engines to attend. Toxic smoke clouds billowed out throughout the night.

Fuelled by scores of NJB, “Skip It” and Maguire lorries each day, this operator grinds on, breaching rule after rule, yet the site does not have the necessary Planning Consent to carry out Waste Recycling.

So they are trying to regularise these destructive, heavy recycling machines by building huge industrial sheds on this sensitive residential Green Belt land with a retrospective Change Of Use planning application you can see on the SCC Planning website, Ref 2020/0159.

If these proposals are of concern be sure to submit an objection now to . Closing date March 15.

Keep up to date on our residents’ campaign to Crush the Rubbish Machines by registering at

Please see the flyer in the document on the link below.

About ewelldownsra

AEDR seeks to protect and enhance the interests of residents. Our primary concerns centre on planning, traffic, security and other topics which directly affect our area.
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