Application to block owners development on their farm land within 1km of a proposed wind farm site boundary 25th October, 2022 By WFL The first challenge to the 1km no-go zone to a boundary of wind farm site (not to a turbine – to the boundary of the wind farm site) is happening tonight at … Continue reading Workers Cottage Objection
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Mumblin WF Tractor Protest
Tractors meet Mumblin Wind Farm proponents at Ecklin Community Hall drop-in meeting 20th June 2022 by Jessica Greenan, The Standard Source: https://www.standard.net.au/story/7786959/fbclid=IwAR0Ioneg7Cho3BCFlGtZk4xqRlXh_qax3dslE0QN9ZK5iKNnUnXI4G-DxQA A convoy of tractors rolled up to a tense meeting between south-west residents and the developers of a wind farm near Cobden on Saturday. A migration of 15 machines with signs including "No … Continue reading Mumblin WF Tractor Protest
Residents Fighting Mumblin WF Proposal
Concerned residents vow to fight proposed new Mumblin Wind Farm 3rd December, 2021 By Kyra Gillespie, The Standard Source; https://www.standard.net.au/story/7537212/concerned-residents-vow-to-fight-proposed-new-wind-farm/ A group of concerned residents have vowed to fight a proposed new wind farm in the south-west. Forming the Ecklin-Elingamite-Glenfyne Community Association, around 30 residents have raised concerns about the Mumblin Wind Farm. The proposed … Continue reading Residents Fighting Mumblin WF Proposal
‘No Responsibility’: Council
29th April, 2021 By Kyra Gillespie, The Standard, standard.net.au A third attempt to build a solar farm bigger than Camperdown in the south-west has been slammed by a council, saying the applicant has taken 'no responsibility' for the project. A new submission to the planning minister to build a 588 hectare solar farm at Bookaar … Continue reading ‘No Responsibility’: Council
‘Celebrating the Landscape’ Exhibition-Skipton Hall- 15th & 16th June (updated).
A wonderful collection of Art, Photography, Film, Poems and Stories has been collated to celebrate the beautiful and historically precious landscape at Stockyard Hill, Skipton and surrounds. The contributions displayed opened visitors and the communities eyes to what beauty surrounds them, before the encroachment of an industrial wind farm, it's network of powerlines, towers, roads, construction blasting and mining.