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Peter Luff confirms VVASP Campaign – Turbines are TOO CLOSE

VALE WIND TURBINES “JUST TOO CLOSE” Tuesday 22nd September 2009 The huge wind turbines proposed for the site between Bishampton and the Lenches would be “just too close to people’s homes” says the local MP Peter Luff. Mr Luff was speaking after visiting the public exhibition organised by Scottish Power Renewables at Norton and Lenchwick […]

News Update 02 April 2009

Noise Survey Company seeks permission to monitor noise:  you can help us We are aware that a number of people have already been approached by Hayes McKenzie with regard to having noise monitoring equipment placed in and around their property. If you have been contacted, please get in touch IMMEDIATELY with either your village rep, […]

Noise Survey To Be Carried Out

Hayes McKenzie have been appointed by ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) to carry out a background noise survey as part of their Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) the result of which will go into SPR’s planning application for Lenchwick Windfarm aka Industrial Wind Power Station. We are aware that a number of people have already been approached with […]

Scoping Report Available

ScottishPower Renewables (SPR)  has just made publicly available its Scoping Report for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) that it has to carry out as part of its planning application for the Lenchwick Windfarm aka Industrial Wind Power Plant. VVASP has been in receipt of the scoping report for a short while and has submitted a […]

Third Public Enquiry Dismisses Planning Application over concerns about NOISE

  Shipdham windfarm fight goes on 11 March 2009 To download the Appeal Inspectors Decision; click here Decision   An energy firm has vowed to continue its seven-year battle to create a windfarm in mid Norfolk, despite having its latest appeal thrown out by a government inspector. Ecotricity wants to build two 100m turbines on […]

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