North London Waste Authority is committed to constructing this project safely, on time and on budget, while also considering the needs of the community. To help ensure this happens we have established a Community Liaison Group. We also hold local roadshow events to engage with the community and provide updates on the Project.
Construction to prepare the site for the replacement facility began in January 2019. As the site becomes busier, we will share regular newsletters with you, to give you the latest information about what is happening, along with any interesting information about the wider impacts of the project.
Construction activity will usually take place between 8am and 6pm on weekdays (Monday-Friday excluding bank holidays) and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays. We will provide advance notice to neighbours if any work outside these times is required. If you would like to speak to the team about activities on site, please call 020 8489 3940.
As part of commitment to deliver at least 100 apprenticeships throughout the construction phase of the NLHPP, from Autumn 2020 we will be offering a range of highly-skilled apprenticeship opportunities in a variety of roles, including construction, civil & mechanical engineering, quantity surveying and maintenance. More information can be found here.
To find out more about the project, please read our latest community leaflet here.
Construction update – December 2020
We are pleased to share a construction update video showing the on-site progress of the project so far.
Community Liaison Group
This is a regular forum for representatives of the local community groups to meet the project team, get detailed updates on our plans and raise matters that are important to people who live and work locally. For more information on the Community Liaison Group please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 8489 3940.
For Terms of Reference, click here.
A number of community newsletters have been, and will continue to be, issued to residents living near the current Edmonton EcoPark.
The below map shows the area in which the community newsletters have been distributed. The map further shows a line marking a 1.5km radius from the centre of current plant – this is shown for scale.
For those people who live beyond that zone, a copy of all community newsletters issued can be found below:
Invitations are sent to representatives of:
Community Liaison Group Form
If you would like to submit a comment to be considered for discussion at the Community Liaison Group please use the form below.