A final call to arms for protesters against Heath Hayes’ proposed wind farm has been raised, as the deadline for objections looms.
Protester Keith Faulkner is calling on residents to make their comments known at a forthcoming meeting. He told The Post: “This proposal has given great concern to the many residents in this area, and not just because they are against wind farms but mainly because of the location.
“We believe that if planning permission was granted then these turbines, which stand at 330ft high, will spring up like mushrooms across this site.
“The deadline is now running out for people to make their feelings known on this critical issue and they need to write and lodge their objections to John Heminsley at Cannock Chase Council Planning Dept quoting ref: CH/08/0001 and they have until the end of March to do so.
“After this date it will be no good people complaining and saying ‘I didn’t know about it’.
“I can assure residents within a two-mile radius that you will know they are there – you will certainly hear them and see them! “We want residents to air their views and attend the Community Forum meeting for the residents of Chase Terrace, Rawnsley, Heath Hayes, Wimblebury and Norton Canes to be held on Monday, March 10, at 7pm, at Norton Canes High School, Burntwood Road, Norton Canes.”
6 March 2008
|Wind Watch relies entirely
on User Funding