Alerts and Events: Wales
These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.
http://www.assemblywales.org/gethome/e-petitions/epetition-list-of-signatories.htm?pet_id=595 We call upon the National Assembly for Wales to urge the Welsh Government to pass a statute controlling the noise nuisance from wind turbines during anti-social hours. We ask for the implementation of respite periods during which time turbines would be switched off. Noise respite periods are common in public health legislation. They are called for by the World Health Organisation in their Community Noise report; and are currently implemented in the U.K. on airport operations, construction sites and . . .
Cardiff Rally Tuesday 24th May, National Assembly for Wales, Senedd Building, Cardiff Bay CF99 1NA Coaches leaving from all points in Montgomeryshire. Please see below for more information and contact details. We are all affected in Montgomeryshire, so please join us in Cardiff to STOP: Transport gridlock 1000s of extra vehicle journeys for turbines, hub and pylons on our county’s roads which will choke Montgomeryshire and routes to the Cambrian Coast. Damage to our roads, bridges and homes Roads, roundabouts and . . .
KEEP NANT-Y-MOCH WILD AND FREE from wind turbines Join a walk led by Jim Perrin, writer and climber on Sunday March 6th at 2pm at the Nant y Moch Reservoir Near the layby on the Ponterwyd-Talybont Road, map reference SN737885 The 2 mile walk is to protest against a plan to build 64 turbines, around 485ft high, in this cherished landscape. Come and make your voice heard before it is too late. www.cambrian-mountains.co.uk in partnership with tourist business
Petition: We, the undersigned, request that Scottish and Southern Energy plc drops its plans for a wind power station at Nant y Moch and that the Infrastructure Planning Commission listens to local and national objections and declines permission for such a development. We also request that the importance of this scenic landscape is recognised by the Welsh Assembly Government by dropping it from the wind energy target areas. Sign the petition Background (Preamble): One of the last truly remote, wild . . .
Say NO to turbines on Pentre Tump PROTEST WALK ON PENTRE TUMP Sunday, 25th November, 11 a.m. Meet at St. Michael’s Church, Llanfihangel Nant Melan, near New Radnor (on A44) Published by Save our Scenery – Radnorshire, The Folly, Llanfihangel Nant Melan. LD8 2TN Flyer:
‘Save our Scenery’ – the campaign group fighting the proposals for the Gwynt y Mor wind farm – has met with local Members of Parliament. Chairman John Lawson Reay and Secretary Janet Haworth are seen here handing over a copy of the latest objections to the plans to locate 250 wind turbines close into shore at Llandudno, Rhos Point and Colwyn Bay. Betty Williams MP for Conwy said, “I have called for a Public Enquiry into this proposal right from the beginning . . .