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Nimbys and serial objectors



  • Moderators, Science, Health & Environment Moderators Posts: 18,823 Mod ✭✭✭✭Sam Russell

    I think that once a project gets approved by ABP, then it proceeds. Objections after that can only for compensation, not to stop the project.

    There also needs to be a requirement for objectors to have some legal standing. If I am not local to the project, then I would need to substantiate my basis for objecting.

    If a project goes directly to ABP, then a limited time for objections to any conditions imposed should be allowed, but only to those of standing as above.