How Can I Help – Call To Action

By stoplenchwickwindfarm | February 11, 2009

CALL TO ACTION

It’s Time to Write and Object to The Planning Application for the Wind Monitoring Masts

WE NEED AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE TO OBJECT TO THE PLANNING APPLICATIONS FOR THESE WIND MASTS.  IF YOU WANT TO HELP PROTECT YOUR VILLAGE PLEASE READ ON.

With the submission of Planning Applications for TWO 70m / 230ft Wind Monitoring Masts you have an opportunity to formally write to the council and ‘Object’

To have the most impact, you should write TWO letters – one for each mast (they can be very similar, just change the reference)

NOTE: TWO letters should be sent from each household member (one for each application).

Below is an example of what you can say in a letter, please write your own using as much or as little as you like, and also make if relevant to yourself.

Your Name and Address

To:  Mrs G Collin
Head of Planning
Wychavon District Council
Civic Centre,
Queen Elizabeth Drive
PERSHORE,
Worcs., WR10 1PT

Date

Dear Madam

Formal Objection to Planning Application W/08/03234/PN for a wind monitoring mast near Lower Barn, Sheriff’s Lench

OR

Formal Objection to Planning Application W/08/03235/PN for a wind monitoring mast near Evesham Road, Norton

Say why this is relevant to you – walking, cycling, peace and quiet…

You can object to it because it is an urban structure in the open countryside and as such would have a damaging impact on the  landscape and community. 

You could  add that this application has left people frightened and concerned that you  seek an assurance than if in the event it is given consent this would not prejudice in any way.  responses to a further application for wind turbines.

If given consent you can ask for it be located away from residences.

If it is given consent you would expect it to be for a limited period only when it would be  removed entirely from the site.

You can  also ask that its correct  height be on the public record so that people can use it to compare and judge the height of any further structures applied for. . 

Ask for the results of the wind monitoring to be made available to the public.

Yours sincerely

Your Name

You may also wish to attend the meeting organised by Norton and Lenchwick Parish council for Next Wednesday 18th February at 7pm in Norton and Lenchwick Village Hall, when they will be discussing their response to the planning application.

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