Sunday, 26 June 2011
Thursday, 23 June 2011
From: Mavis Turton <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: Otterpool
To: "NiallConnolly" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, 23 June, 2011, 17:37
Sunday, 19 June 2011
b) 38 days when wind farms can't work
c) Industry wakes to the dangers of green lunacy
Section 4 - Lorry Park
e) Ombudsman investigate planning system - has there been injustice to an individual or group?
f) Updated - How the developer will be made to clean up contaminated soil at Otterpool Lane
Saturday, 11 June 2011
Section 1 - Home page + Contacts
Note - Don't forget its important to let those representing us to know how you feel. You can still 'contact' those in the contact list above about any issues.
Section 2 - Otterpool Waste Application
a) Waste Sites Development Plan Document - Options consultation
Section 3 - Windfarms
a) Wind farms aren't just a blight, they're a folly
b) View from your window could win protection
c) A copy of the Application form
Section 4 - Lorry Park
a) Fast rail freight answer to Operation Stack?
b) Bid to move freight from roads to HS1 being trialled
Section 5 - Shepway Housing/Village Green
a) Shepway due to publish at end of July the proposed Submission Core Strategy
Section 6 - Correspondence including replies from KCC
a) concern - how the developer will be made to clean up contaminated soil at Otterpool
Sent: 06 June 2011 09:22
Subject: Shepway District Council Local Development Framework - Core Strategy - Summer 2011 Consultation
Sunday, 5 June 2011
Once you have finished reading just click on 'Home page' link in Section 1 to return to here or the back arrow in the top left of your screen to return to here (note - you may see blank space on the left. Just scroll up to see the top of the website get to the top of the page as before).
Thursday, 2 June 2011
Wednesday, 1 June 2011
To make the words larger (i.e. easier to read), click once on the Poster. Once finished reading, click twice on the back-arrow in the top left of the screen.
Click the following link to see the Poster poster - The Village Meeting on 26th July
Sent: 08 June 2012 15:20
Subject: Shepway Core Strategy - Response to Inspector's Interim Conclusions
To make it larger (i.e. easier to see), click once on the diagram. Once finished, click twice on the back-arrow in the top left of the screen.
Click here to see the height comparisons ... height comparisons
To make the words larger (i.e. easier to read), click once on the letter. Once finished reading, click twice on the back-arrow in the top left of the screen to return to here.
Click on the link to see the letter ....Stanford Parish Council response
The local authority will use the newly drafted statement as the basis for responses to wind farm proposals it may be consulted about, including district council development plan policies.
The statement from Lincolnshire insists that in general there should be a presumption against wind farms “on the grounds of potential negative cumulative visual impact, unless wind farms should be located such that they would not merge with the existing developments (on and off shore), thereby resulting in a negative cumulative visual impact”.
It also says that settlements of more than 10 dwellings should not have wind turbine developments in more than 90 degrees of their field of view, “this normally equates to 10km from windows in residential properties”.
Individual dwellings should not have wind turbines in more than 180 degrees of their field of view, the statement adds.
The minimum distance between a development and a residential property should be 2km, it says, unless through assessment it can be demonstrated that there would be acceptable noise levels within the 2km radius.
Meanwhile, in a separate but related development, the National Assembly for Wales’ Petitions Committee has called for faulty wind turbines to be switched off at night and for the introduction of buffer zones of up to 1,500 metres to protect nearby residents.
The recommendations come in a report produced in response to a petition calling for greater control of noise from wind turbines. The committee concluded that such measures could be applied if the Welsh Government amended statutory planning guidance.
The committee held a consultation on the issue and, as a result of receiving a large number of consultation responses from the village of Gwyddgrug in Carmarthenshire, visited two wind farms in the area.
Readthe Lincolnshire County Council press release and access the statement.
14 June 2012
See the hand diagram below provided by Stanford Parish Council, illustrating a 125m wind turbine compared to the surrounds.
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