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New Bill That Defines Minimum Distances from Turbines to Homes starts its progress through Parliament

A new Private Members’ Bill had its first formal reading in the House of Lords yesterday (26 July 2010) To be known as the  “Wind Turbines (Minimum Distances from Residential Premises) Act 2010”, it makes provision for a minimum distance between wind turbines and residential premises according to the size of the wind turbine; and […]

How to Object to the Planning Application

Attached is some guidance for writing a letter of objection to the turbine proposal from SPR.   There is a lot of information, you do not need to include all of it.  They key thing is that there are only certain reasons that can be used for an objection to be valid so please read […]

Does money grow in wind farms?

Wind turbines are a poor way to harness energy – but a very good way to generate public subsidies, says Andrew Gilligan. By Andrew Gilligan Published: 7:00AM BST 13 Jun 2010 of the Daily Telegraph, see original post here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/7823681/Does-money-grow-in-wind-farms.html A general view of Europe’s biggest onshore wind farm, Whitelee Windfarm operated by ScottishPower Renewbles […]

New Lenches MP pledges to fight windfarm

By Ian Dipple 20/05/2010 of the Evesham Observer click here to see original post THE NEW MP representing the Lenches area has pledged to do everything she can to help campaigners in their battle against the Lenchwick windfarm. Karen Lumley was elected to represent the Redditch County constituency – which following boundary changes now includes […]

Gordon Brown Admits Wind Turbines Inneffective

In last night’s (22nd April 2010) Prime Ministerial Debates, Gordon Brown admitted that even in Scotland Wind Power is a failure, and there are other more environmentally friendly sources.

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