A candidate in the forthcoming Gedling by-election has vowed to fight controversial waste incineration plans.
Lee Waters, 30, the UKIP candidate for the Gedling Borough Council by-election, Phoenix Ward, on Thursday, September 15, has said "no" to any incineration of waste at the Gedling Colliery site.
Mr Waters, an active community figure in Gedling, said: "Forget party dogmas – We in UKIP believe in empowering local people by giving them the right to call referenda on local issues.
"If elected, I will oppose any proposals to build an incinerator at the Gedling Colliery site."
He said: "The people of Gedling will not risk the collapse in property values, the risk of pollution, or the risk to their health."
Anyone interested in the fight, or in UKIP, or who would to talk to Mr Waters, can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow him on Twitter at LeeWatersUKIP.
UKIP election candidate to fight waste incineration plans