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Monday, November 04, 2013

Visitors don’t mind wind farms

Wind and solar farms have become an accepted part of the Cornish landscape and can even enhance the visitor experience, according to a new survey of holidaymakers in Cornwall.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is absolute nonsense , A report recently produced clearly states that it did not take long for 40% of visitors to Denmark and northern germany to go elsewhere.
A recent ruling by the UN has stated that Britain has flouted article 7 of the Aarhus convention which requires public consultation on Environmental issues. The complaint brought by Christine Metcalfe an Argyll councillor was upheld.

This is a game changer , planners will no longer be forced to disregard local feelings

The biggest danger facing the North Cornwall landscape in my lifetime is being conducted on an industrial scale. Any one passing the Halfway House will notice the Hill near the Seven Sisters is being defaced by a road in order to get even bigger Turbines to St Breock downes. This will also be visible from the Camel estuary.
Our countryside is to precious to be left to the whims of waring politicians and green idealist. Just remember So called green energy companies can only exist if they can continue to rape cornwall, so "Visitors like turbines and solar panels" ,well they would say that wouldn't they.

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