Community council accuse Corsbie wind farm developer of blatant lie
"Unfortunately it didn't arrive with me, nor did any email notification, to advise of the information sessions that you held on May 14 and 15, so none of us had any opportunity of attending. Regrettably you also didn't attend to present at our last community council meeting despite insisting that you should come. Your leaflet appears to contain a blatant error."
June 21, 2012
in Berwickshire News
Corsbie wind farm developers E.ON have come under fire for suggesting that the community council had been involved in a survey conducted for a local newsletter.
E.ON was originally looking at 21 turbines on the site between Gordon and Lauder, reducing it to 12 last year, and more recently revising the number of turbines to nine in an application submitted in April this year.
Cranshaws, Ellemford and Longformacus Community Council chairman Mark Rowley, who said that he had been one of a number of residents who did not receive a copy of the newsletter, wrote to E.ON saying: "I understand from speaking... [continue via Web link]