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VVASP gains ‘cross party’ support in opposing windfarm proposals for The Lenches in the Vale of Evesham

Jacqui Smith MP recently visited the Vale of Evesham to view the area around The Lenches where ScottishPower Renewables propose to build an industrial windfarm. The proposed Planning Application is imminent. The Lenches is now part of the Redditch Parliamentary Constituency which is currently represented by Jacqui Smith MP so she came to see for […]

LUFF PROPOSES LAW ON WIND FARM “BUFFER ZONES”

Tuesday 20th October 2009 A piece of legislation to control the distance between wind farms and the nearest house is to be introduced into the Commons next month Legislation backs VVASP campaign for a 2Km No Zone Mid Worcestershire MP Peter Luff, who has been working with residents on the proposed Lenches/Bishampton wind farm in […]

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 […]

Local MP, Peter Luff comes to hear the Concerns of Local Residents

On Friday 17 July Peter Luff, visited the house of Jon and Diane Richardson in Sheriffs Lench to see the wind test mast, and the proposed site of the wind farm.  The picture is of Jon Richardson with Peter Luff and  a few Sheriffs Lench residents. In the background is the expected site of  three […]

BBC Hereford & Worcester Interviews VVASP & ScottishPower Renewables

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 […]

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