ANOTHER late move is being made to stall Jersey’s most expensive capital project.
The Constable of St Helier, Simon Crowcroft, has made a second attempt to launch a public inquiry into the new £106m incinerator at Havre des Pas.
He says the incinerator will have an enormous visual impact on the St Helier skyline, will discourage Islanders and the States from recycling, will have a big economic effect on the Island and will border an important marine ecology site.
In July, Members voted to approve the new incinerator and its location on the La Collette reclamation site at Havre des Pas.
But Mr Crowcroft says that the public and the States have not had all the information, or a real chance to have their say on the plans.
Pictured: St Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft