BBC Hereford & Worcester Interviews VVASP & ScottishPower Renewables

By stoplenchwickwindfarm | January 13, 2009

On Monday 5th January 2009, both ScottishPower Renewables and Dr Rod Stroud, Chair of VVASP were interviewed by BBC Hereford and Worcester, here is the unedited broadcast

Of particular interest in ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) comments on location, after David Walker’s (SPR Project Director) recent meeting with our MP Peter Luff, Peter Luff wrote to VVASP members stating that:

“They (SPR) emphasised that it was most unlikely that wind turbines would be placed as close as 500 metres to a residential property and their expectation – although again they are not committing to this figure – is that 800 metres is a more likely figure.”

Listen to what SPR’s representative Derek Christie has to say about that. (and see if he actually answers ANY question, or just uses the opportunity for more misinformation and emotional blackmail)

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One of the criticisms that has been laid on SPR by other windfarm victims is that they operate a policy of misinformation and disinformation. Indeed one affected homeowner has even gone on to say that the information submitted in one planning application was in his opinion at the very least incorrect, and possibly even criminally fraudulent.

Click Here to find out details of the 2 Kilometre petition to Number 10

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