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Lenchwick Wind farm application recommended for refusal

NEWS RELEASE Wychavon District Council has today published the planning report on the Lenchwick wind farm planning application. The report will be considered at a special meeting of Wychavon District Council’s Development Control Committee on January 27. The report recommends members of the committee to refuse the application. In summary, the reasons for the recommendation […]

Harvington Gets a Makeover for 2011

The historic Vale of Evesham Village of Harvington in rural Worcestershire is due to get a completely new landscape if Spanish owned Scottish Power Renewables have their way. Scottish Power Renewables the wholly owned subsidiary of Spanish Utilities company Iberdrola the same company that two years ago purchased the turbine manufacturer Gamesa in order to […]

Walk off the Christmas Pud! – Join the VVASP Family Walk; Saturday 3rd January

Many of you asked at the recent drop-in sessions “How can I help” – in practice there are lots of ways, we need specialist researchers, we need people to spread the word, and sometimes we just need people to help out, in this case we need some funds to be able to maintain the campaign. […]

V V A S P Organises Drop In Information Sessions

V V A S P the pro-renewable energy group has organised three drop in information sessions so that Vale residents can get additional information about the proposed windfarm. With ScottishPower Renewables reported in the Evesham Observer this week that they expect to be submitting a planning application early next year, this is an opportunity not […]

Luff listens to VVASP- MP Visits Site of Proposed Power Plant

Luff listens to VVASP. Monday 17th November Peter Luff MP met with representatives from VVASP  (Vale Villages Against ScottishPower renewables) and Karen Lumley PPC for Redditch at Handgate Farm, the centre of the site on which ScottishPower Renewables propose to construct TEN x 125 metre wind turbines. Peter Luff had questions regarding the location of […]

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