AM calls for wind turbine rules review
She said later: "Poor legislation and law will never serve us well, and I believe that the general consensus is that the current Welsh laws around planning for wind power are not fit for purpose, are too subjective and leave a bad taste in most people's mouths.
July 22, 2012
in Western Telegraph
A call for a review of wind turbine planning laws in Wales is being made by Pembrokeshire AM Angela Burns.
The Welsh Assembly was recently petitioned requesting noise from wind turbines to be controlled, but the government rejected three of the four recommendations made.
Mrs Burns took issue with the government's response and referred to a report in the British Medical Journal which said there was real evidence of a strong link between wind turbine noise, ill health and disruption of sleep.
She said later: "Poor legislation and law will never serve us well, and I believe... [continue via Web link]