Npower have appealed against
North Devon District Council's decision on Batsworthy Cross.
At the fanatastically supported meeting at Bishops Nympton last May,
NDDC unanimously refused planning permission for npowers proposal
to build 9 x 103m tall wind turbines at Batsworthy Cross.
Npower have now challenged this decision.
This means there will be a Public Inquiry as there was for Bickham Moor and Three Moors.
And just in the last twenty four hours, on BBC Spotlight, Merlin Hyman said there wouldn't be more large onshore wind farms in the region. What does "large" mean, then?
Friday, October 21, 2011
Posted by Artists Against Wind Farms at 10:47 AM
Labels: Batsworthy Cross, npower Exmoor, Two Moors Way
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