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Concern raised over work on anaerobic digestion plant on outskirts of village

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Concern has been raised over the construction of an anaerobic digester plant on a village's outskirts, with opponents saying work is being carried out 'without planning permission.'

Sue Butler has expressed her concern about the facility, located on Kenninghall Road in Bressingham, after it was originally approved in 2015.

The resident, who lives near the site, said the plans have "been completely changed without permission" by Deal Farm Biogas Ltd, after development started in 2018, and notified South Norfolk Council about the "breach" in conditions.

But CEO of BioWatt James Lloyd, speaking on behalf of the developers, said the work is within the boundaries approved and is "smaller than originally planned."

Pictures taken by Sue Butler of vehicles using a single road. - Credit: Sue Butler

Ms Butler said: "The volume of construction traffic coming through our villages has been phenomenal and on roads which were prohibited from being used under those conditions and this still continues despite numerous complaints to the developer and Highways.

"This has caused........

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