PS-24: Appeal Decision: at Standle Farm, Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire,

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PS – 24:

28-Nov-2012 added 28-May-2015
(PS-24: Appeal Decision: Agricultural land at Standle Farm, Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL13 9HD
Ref: APP/C1625/11/2155923)

Wind Turbine Application Appeal Rejected:

Wind Farm Appeal Dismissed – Standle Farm, Stinchcombe, Gloucestershire

Thu, 29 Nov 2012

Barrister - jack smyth

Following a eight day planning inquiry the appeal in respect of an application for four wind turbines was dismissed. The appeal site lay near to the M5 and close to the edge of the Cotswolds AONB. Jack Smyth represented Stroud District Council.
The Reasons for Refusal were narrow and discreet; namely that the proposed turbines would have an unacceptable impact on views out from and towards Stinchcombe Hill (the escarpment on the very edge of the AONB). The case which was successfully advanced revolved around the unacceptable harm said to be caused to an important and valuable vantage point of the Cotswolds AONB. The Council’s landscape expert described it as “the shop-window of the AONB”.
The Inspector accepted the Council’s evidence that the proposal would have a significant adverse impact on their landscape character of this national designation. He found that this harm was substantial and outweighed the clear and multiple benefits of the renewable energy scheme.
This was an interested appeal which was adjourned mid-way through when the National Planning Policy Framework was published on the 5th day of the inquiry. The Inspector seems to have accorded the development plan and the array of SPDs full weight.

– See more at: https://www.no5.com/news-and-publications/news/420-wind-farm-appeal-dismissed-standle-farm-stinchcombe-gloucestershire/#sthash.wKyHcfdS.dpuf

See also the press report at:
http://www.gazetteseries.co.uk/news/10076243.Appeal_to_build_four_wind_turbines_near_Stinchcombe_is_dismissed/

To View The Full 25 Page Planning Appeal see:
http://www.programmeofficers.co.uk/posl/documents/Gloucester/CD9/CD9.5.pdf

 

We believe the information gathered on this site can act to bring the truth, regarding the dishonesty of the claimed benefits of Wind Turbines (WT) to the front of people’s minds as they are regularly taxed, in a hidden tax, on their energy bills to fund these politically correct and fundamentally all but useless monstrosities.

We have gathered a great deal of information in our efforts to prevent the industrialisation of Stroat and the banks of the Severn Estuary and across the wider area including the Forest of Dean (FoD) as administered by The Forest of Dean District Council (FoDDC), areas of outstanding natural beauty (AoONB), sites of special scientific interest (SSI) & wildlife habitats.

Please help to spread the truth about the Wind Turbine scam and the fundamental flaws and lies of the ‘Warmists’ & self proclaimed ‘Greens’, which are presented as ‘fact’, regarding the anthropogenic influence of mankind on Global Warming and Climate Chance.

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