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2nd Report from Wychavon District Council’s Consultants Vindicate VVASP Concerns

A new comprehensive report prepared by Wychavon District Council’s consultants to review the Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (L&VIA) and associated material submitted by ScottishPower Renewables and to provide independent professional advice to Wychavon District Council, has vindicated VVASP’s concerns about the visual impact. At VVASP, we have consistently held the view that that this […]

Say NO to 2500 Trucks (EACH WAY!) = 5000 Trucks

On Tuesday 17th April ScottishPower Renewables have planned a trial run to see if they can actually get the turbine parts to the site of the planned windfarm. (Yes that’s correct, they’ve submitted a planning application, and don’t even now if they can get the bits there yet!) If the ScottishPower Renewables plans for an […]

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 […]

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 […]

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