ScottishPower Renewables Submits Planning Applications

By stoplenchwickwindfarm | January 28, 2009

As part of its plans for an Industrial Wind Power Plant in the Vale, ScottishPower Renewables has recently submitted planning applications for two 70m high anemometer (wind speed measuring) masts.

The planning application is for a temporary period of three years, though ScottishPower Renewables have said that they anticipate submitting the planning application for the 10 massive 125m high turbines in June of this year.

Details of the application can be obtained from Wychavon’s website.

For details
go here:  http://wychavon.whub.org.uk/home/wdc-planning-app-idox.htm?appNumber=W/08/03234/pn

and here: http://wychavon.whub.org.uk/home/wdc-planning-app-idox.htm?appNumber=W/08/03235/pn

 

One of these masts is to be less than 500m from properties on Evesham Road, Norton, and the other less than 75m from a public footpath and within 600m of properties  in Sherriff’s Lench.

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E4529-DWP-Scoping Fig 2 Site Boundary-V2-081219-DH.mxd
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