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Message From Longcross AG re Cardwelll

Hello everybody, This is just a short note to say thanks to you for writing in to W.D.B.C. to oppose the wind turbine application at Cardwell Farm. Without your help and support the result could have been very different. As … Continue reading

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No More Money for Renewables

Now, laid bare for all the see, what we have been saying all along about the cost of renewables. The Government have run out of money to pay for them      

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Cardwell Farm – Update & Planning Documents

Our neighbours fighting the Cardwell farm turbine and who have supported us now need our help. Please read this letter from them copied below. Link to application  and you can find a clone of the Cardwell Farm planning application documents … Continue reading

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Letter From the Chairman

We recently circulated this  Letter from the Chairman Here is is again case you missed it .

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No more windfarms unless local people say yes, says new Energy Secretary

In the Telegraph  17/5/2015 “No more on shore wind farm schemes will be given the go ahead unless they have the support of local people, the new Energy secretary has said.” We will wait to see how this develops and trust … Continue reading

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Living with Turbines: Shadow Flicker

It’s hard to believe it’s allowed:-    

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New Government to go 100% Renewable by 2030?

The Labour Party have plans to have zero carbon electricity by 2030 at a cost of over £200bn and a nearly 40% rise in fuel bills. Labour Manifesto

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Top scientists start to examine fiddled global warming figures

The Telegraph 26/4/2015 “Last month, we are told, the world enjoyed “its hottest March since records began in 1880”. This year, according to “US government scientists”, already bids to outrank 2014 as “the hottest ever”. The figures from the US … Continue reading

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Material Considerations

Last night we all gathered together at a Parish Council meeting to listen to the arguments concerning the Wreys Barton turbine application. We heard about the usual legally important things like Cumulative effect, Shadow, Noise, Visual Amenity, Hertitage Assets etc … Continue reading

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The Stowford Piggery Appeal

This is the report by the inspector who turned down the application to build a large piggery just to the east of Stowford village and alongside the Two Castles trail because of it’s effect upon the setting of a listed … Continue reading

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