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SSE Renewables says it is ‘disappointed’ by the decision of South Ayrshire’s Regulatory Panel to recommend refusal to an application to build an extension to the existing Hadyard Hill wind farm.
The Secretary of State said he agreed with the conclusion of the Planning Inspector that “there would be harm caused to the significance of a number of designated heritage assets” and that the size and layout of the 11 wind turbines would be “an incongruous presence of significant scale” which would harm the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Heritage Coast.
ABK Energy secured a contract to purchase and install six German-made Nordex turbines (18 MW) on private and public land located in Cesme Turkey. The Cesme wind energy facility was opposed by residents who took their objections to the court. In January 2014, the same time when construction was started, the court issued a stop order. Permission to proceed with building the project was ultimately withdrawn after the court ruled the project was not in the “public good and interest.” The below statement was issued by environmental lawyer, Mehmet Horuş following the court's decision.
At the public meeting, Cllr Brendan Cronin (Ind) said he strongly backed the local campaign, ‘Sliabh Luachra Windfarm’ and residents who objected, and said he has seen the consequences of what wind turbines do a to region. “This has a devastating effect on families and it splits communities without question. It’s a huge problem,” he said.
This is a highly objectionable project and should be dismissed out of hand.
Controversial plans for a 15-turbine wind farm near Hawick face being given the thumbs-down by Scottish Borders Council over fears it could blight an area of natural beauty.
The Scottish Government seems not to care about the impact of wind turbines on the landscape
This video by Verlagsgruppe Random House was created for the promotion of the book “Geopferte Landschaften” by Georg Etscheit (editor) and published by HEYNE Verlag. Special thanks to Friends Against Wind for bringing this video to our attention and working to provide the English subtitles. English subtitles by Vind-Alarm-Danmark.eu & Friends-Against-Wind.org.
But William Mack and his son Charlie, whose family have farmed at Hempstead since 1933, said the project – despite its environmental goal of generating clean, renewable offshore energy – could cause irreparable damage to wildlife habitats on the land.
Wind turbines could be popping up in forests across the nation in the future if the government succeeds in its ambitions to amend the Forest Act.
The petition states: ‘The quality of life and exceptional landscape are things that make the Isle of Man distinctive – this key economic asset should not be undermined.’
The agency found that renewable energy firm Seneca Global Energy failed to carry out enough public consultation before submitting the proposals to Hartlepool Council in 2014 and have now put a halt to the ambitious plans.
It doesn't matter whether the wind blows, or not, or too much, our "green" – but only behind-the gills – politicians will be happy to chuck big chunks of our taxes at the wind companies, while, ignoring cheap, reliable, alternatives, such as our abundant shale gas and small, modern, nuclear plants (which harmlessly power France.)
US presidential candidate said planning conditions associated with Aberdeenshire project had not been satisfied; Donald Trump vowed to lodge formal objections with Marine Scotland over the windfarm development.
“The weight of public opinion is against the scheme. That opposition is based on valid planning reasons. Local people believe that if this development were to take place their environment will be badly damaged."
Falck Renewables Wind is appealing West Norfolk Council’s decision to refuse permission for nine wind turbines on land between Clenchwarton and Terrington St Clement.
A windfarm which would have added to the “ring of steel” around Loch Ness has been scrapped. German energy firm E.ON has quietly announced its decision on its website, stunning objectors.
But the scheme – which has attracted hundreds of objections – was thrown out by the Banff and Buchan area committee yesterday. Campaigners feared the scale of the turbine was not appropriate to the area.
The setting of a historic church in an abandoned village was decisive in scotching plans for five giant wind turbines on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. ...the inspector ruled, amongst other things, that the development would cause “substantial harm” to the setting of St Decumanus’, its cross and schoolhouse.
And in upholding their challenge, the judge said it was a fundamental rule that planning permissions are never "for sale" and that it was unlawful to focus too much on community benefits which were dependent on winning planning approval.