Onshore impact of Navitus Bay wind farm to be discussed at public meeting

Onshore impact of Navitus Bay wind farm to be discussed at public meeting

Onshore impact of Navitus Bay wind farm to be discussed at public meeting

First published in News

A MEETING has been arranged to discuss the effects of the onshore element of the proposed wind farm for the Dorset coast.

If the Navitus Bay project gets the go-ahead, the cable would run from Taddiford Gap, between Barton and Milford, up to a new substation in West Moors. A public meeting, chaired by Roy Pointer, of the Poole and Christchurch Bays Association, has been arranged for Friday, June 13, at West Parley Memorial Hall, 7pm.

Other speakers will include Margaret Phipps from Hurn Parish Council, John Sharpe, who is an electrical engineer, and it is hoped that Christchurch MP Chris Chope will attend.

See saveourdorsetseaside.co.uk for details.

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1:27pm Fri 30 May 14

Townee says...

Very soon they will be having a meeting about having a meeting about having a meeting. Just build the things and let's get this up and running, who cares if it can be seen from the shore? It will be something to look at instead of just boring sea. Perhaps we might attract the nurds who collect numbers, I'm sure that all these towers will have a number and if they do someone will start collecting them. Perhaps the town could advertise the fact that with good binoculars you might be able to read the number so come and stay in Bournemouth.
Very soon they will be having a meeting about having a meeting about having a meeting. Just build the things and let's get this up and running, who cares if it can be seen from the shore? It will be something to look at instead of just boring sea. Perhaps we might attract the nurds who collect numbers, I'm sure that all these towers will have a number and if they do someone will start collecting them. Perhaps the town could advertise the fact that with good binoculars you might be able to read the number so come and stay in Bournemouth. Townee
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