Monthly Archives: December 2011

Mabrake meets Geoffrey Cox MP.

The MP for West Devon and Torridge, Geoffrey Cox visited the site of the proposed wind turbines late in October and expressed his concern at the closeness of nearby dwellings and the impact the Turbines would have on the surrounding … Continue reading

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Wind Turbines Minimum Distances from Residential Premises Bill [HL] 2010-11 — UK Parliament

Pleased to report that the Bill is now scheduled for the House of Lords Committee stage on the 27th January 2012. Still a way to go but it keeps the subject very much alive. Wind Turbines Minimum Distances from Residential … Continue reading

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Wind Turbine noise complaints rise – Noise Abatement Society

  Wind Turbines | Noise Abatement Society.

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There’s a sinister side to the blazing turbines

A fscinating and thought provoking letter:- There’s a sinister side to the blazing turbines PHOTOGRAPHS of a Scottish wind turbine burning itself to spectacular destruction are similar to pictures of incidents in the U.S. and elsewhere. This seems to be … Continue reading

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Bodmin wind turbine turned on despite no planning permission!

Let’s see how strong Cornwall County Council really is:- Banned wind turbine connected up; Bodmin wind turbine turned on despite no planning permission   Credit:  BBC News, http://www.bbc.co.uk 13 December 2011 ~~ A £1.3m wind turbine has been connected to … Continue reading

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Green policies to add £110 to energy bills – Telegraph 15th December 2011

  Green policies to add £110 to energy bills – Telegraph. That’s if you believe the Committee on Climate Change….

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Targets not realistic – From hte north Devon Gazette.

  From the North Devon Gazette 7th December 2011 SIR – Last week’s letters from the Green Party, shows how difficult it is to defend wind turbines. Is this why they are not being supported by the LibLabCon, whose policies … Continue reading

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