BBC chief’s husband in stink over waste centre in Essex

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New BBC Trust chairman Rona Fairhead, right, won over MPs when she was grilled at Westminster last week, but her husband Tom needs to embark on his own charm offensive.

His company, Gent Fairhead, plans to construct a huge waste centre in rural Essex, to the horror of the locals.

Mirroring a storyline from BBC radio drama The Archers, the plans include a controversial anaerobic digestion plant, which treats organic waste to create electricity.

Opponents point to the smell and noise, as well as heavy vehicles coming in and out of the plant, which will be one of the largest waste facilities in Europe.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2757054/SEBASTIAN-SHAKESPEARE-BBC-chief-s-husband-stink-waste-centre-Essex.html#ixzz4SLGXIufX

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