20210820 Hawkesdale v Minister for Planning 2021 VSC 510Download Hawkesdale community group's case dismissed against wind farm 20th August, 2021 by Jackson Graham and Kyra Gillespie, The Standard https://www.standard.net.au/story/7394836/judge-dismisses-groups-wind-farm-case/ A Hawkesdale community group’s claim that an extension to a planning permit for a wind farm on the town’s outskirts was invalid has been dismissed by … Continue reading Ruling of Hawkesdale People v Planning Minister
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Notice Of Warning Re: Rangoon Wind Farm Proposal
11th June, 2021 Via Wind Farm Living. Hi All Wind Farm Living Worldwide Community, This is a notice of warning to any company considering purchasing the Rangoon Wind Farm. The Ben Lomond community has spoken – There is NO SOCIAL LICENCE FOR THIS WIND FARM PROPOSAL. This is a worldwide announcement to warn any prospective buyers … Continue reading Notice Of Warning Re: Rangoon Wind Farm Proposal
Moyne Shire Council Ordinary Meeting-Dec 2020
Watch the Moyne Shire Council discuss a proposed wind farm that the community have been under the shadow of for 12 years. The noise standard under which wind farms operate do not adequately resolve community concerns and issues; being based on traffic noise that differs to wind farm noise. Broad spectrum noise testing near wind … Continue reading Moyne Shire Council Ordinary Meeting-Dec 2020
Gullen Range Wind Farm ‘Hopeless Mess’-2014
Gullen Range wind farm modification bid 8th September, 2014, Crookwell Gazette https://www.crookwellgazette.com.au/story/2544339/gullen-range-modification-bid-a-hopeless-mess-resident-tells-commission/ ONE of the 76 submissions from the public lodged with the Commission investigating the Gullen Range wind firm’s application to modify its approvals has described the application as “a hopeless mess.” A large crowd attended the public meeting held at the Crookwell Services … Continue reading Gullen Range Wind Farm ‘Hopeless Mess’-2014
Recent Developments In The Regulation Of Noise From Wind Energy Facilities In Victoria.
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, Heidi Asten, Ellen Tarasenko & Thomas Ellicott August 30 2019 Wind energy facility proponents should take note of recent developments in the regulation of noise impacts from wind energy facilities in Victoria, which signal increased scrutiny of noise impacts from operations. This includes: South Gippsland Shire Council’s finding of statutory … Continue reading Recent Developments In The Regulation Of Noise From Wind Energy Facilities In Victoria.
Wind Farm Complaints Template~DeFrock
Formal and systematic genuine complaints to cross the spectrum of wind projects will force much more notice and respect for the problems suffered by complainants.