Planning application W/31788
Planning application W/31787.
The Maescadog turbine application at Caio has gone to Appeal.
Objectors have until 17th October to send the Planning Inspector an objection.
Planning Application W/28425 for wind turbine on land at Maudland House, Cynwyl Elfed, Carmarthen, SA33 6SX
Planning Application W/29322 for wind turbine on land at Rhydygwin, Cynwyl Elfed, Carmarthen, SA33 6SU
Seren has lodged an appeal for this turbine at Ffrwd which was refused by Ceredigion Council in 2015.
Help for you about the main points to make to the Planning Inspector on our link:
Deadline for letters 2nd March 2016.
These should add further comments or modifications to any original objections. By email to: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'.
We have put on another web page - Legal / Procedural Challenges.
This page is under construction so more to come!
Have a look at our new web page: Recent Planning Decisions.
Proformas for Objection Letters are available to download by clicking here for people who have NOT objected before
And here for a different proforma, worded as though you have objected before
You can print, add your comments, sign and post
OR copy content into an email amending to reflect your views and send via email
Deadline is Wed July 15 2015
If you have recently bought a house in the county you could help us gather information.
Did any wind turbine applications situated in the vicinity of the house you bought show up during the conveyancing process?
Did the searches show proposed or applied for wind turbine developments that might impact on your house? These include council searches or the declaration by the seller.
We want to encourage the Law Society to improve their forms and solicitors to offer more extensive searches.
Public exhibition for wind farm on Mynydd Pencarreg, Rhydcymerau
Land at Panteg, Cellan, Lampeter Carmarthenshire, SA48 8HN
What we thought has now been proven! Walkers and climbers turn their backs on Scotland as electricity companies industrialise wild lands, according to a new survey by the Mountaineering Council of Scotland (MCofS).