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Burnham: Wind farm traffic in Southminster ‘is driving us mad’  

Credit:  By Emma Robinson | Essex County Standard | 7th September 2013 | www.essexcountystandard.co.uk ~~

Frustrated residents across the Dengie are fed up with huge lorries causing chaos on rural roads.

Thousands of trucks are now travelling through the Dengie, as the construction for a nine-turbine windfarm at Middlewick Farm in Marsh Road, Southminster begins.

The vehicles have been given an allocated route through rural roads such as Rectory Lane but will also have to pass through Southminster’s busy roads such as the High Street and Station Road at the shock of villagers who were not consulted.

See this week’s MBS for the full story.

Source:  By Emma Robinson | Essex County Standard | 7th September 2013 | www.essexcountystandard.co.uk

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