Recent events surrounding Marlbrook Tip - where more than a million tonnes too much waste has been dumped - will be aired at another public meeting.
It is being held by Bromsgrove District Council at the Trinity Centre in Lickey on Tuesday March 13 at 7pm.
The meeting follows one in November which heard the council planners wanted the owner of the site to apply for retrospective planning permission for the overtipping.
The debacle that led to a reported million extra tonnes of waste being tipped on the Lickeys is to be investigated at Bromsgrove District Council.
A 12-year-old Bromsgrove girl will be following in the footsteps of stars such as Billie Piper, Tamzin Outhwaite and Samantha Janus after winning a place at the prestigious Sylvia Young Theatre School.
At a meeting of the Marlbrook Tip cross-party working group, it was confirmed that the site – officially designated as a reservoir – is classified as having a “dam wall under construction” because it has never been signed off by a qualified engineer.
Villagers who blamed the ten-year “nightmare” of lorries thundering up the Lickey Hills on too much waste being taken to Marlbrook Tip appear to have been vindicated by a report of over-tipping on a vast scale.
Barnt Green and Hopwood turned their backs on the Tories in the Bromsgrove elections.
Residents’ frustration with the lack of progress at Marlbrook Tip looks set to continue, as the latest meeting of the cross-party working group confirmed.
Marlbrook councillor John Ruck told the parish council he was looking into improving parking at the Braces Lane Tesco store.