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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 […]

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 […]

Public Meeting – Wind Turbine Planning Application Submitted

To help you understand how you can be most influential in getting the Planning Application Refused, VVASP are holding two PUBLIC MEETINGS At Church Lench Village Hall Saturday 3rd July at 10 am prompt and Monday 5th July at 8pm prompt Please wait before writing your objection letters, You have until 31st July to write […]

Statement from VVASP following the recent ASA ruling

In October 2009, Vale Villages Against Scottish Power (VVASP) issued a Newsletter with a copy of a banner we had displayed at the drop-in sessions hosted by ScottishPower Renewables (SPR). It compared the height of a 125m Wind Turbine with local buildings with several boxes on the leaflet explaining our concerns. This prompted someone to […]

Judge rules against village wind turbine plans

  ELAINE MASLIN 12 April 2009 17:51 Original posting here:  EDP24 – Judge rules against village wind turbine plans Villagers who have spent £50,000 on a six-year battle against a proposed wind farm on their doorstep look to have finally won their fight. A high court judge has ruled that the "considerable rural charm" of […]

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