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
Tag: NZS 6808:2010
Wind Turbine Tonality- Lesson 16
Wind Farm Living has collated a series “Educating the Lawyers” and suggest this information may be freely used as needed, e.g. in a letter box drop. ~ DeFrock Lesson 16: The Tonality of Turbines 9th September, 2022 By WFL educating-the-lawyers-lesson-16-the-tonality-of-turbinesDownload
Wind Farm Projects Granted Multiple Extensions To Permit
Wind farm commissioner says permits should only be extended once as south-west projects granted multiple extensions 11th December, 2020 By Jackson Graham, The Standard https://www.standard.net.au/story/7051845/wind-farm-commissioner-says-permits-should-only-be-extended-once/ RECOMMENDATIONS: National Wind Farm Commissioner Andrew Dyer says wind farms should only be granted one extension to planning permits. Australia’s Wind Farm Commissioner says south-west wind proposals should only receive … Continue reading Wind Farm Projects Granted Multiple Extensions To Permit
Amendment VC78 Wind Energy-2011
Source: https://delwp-internet-m5.clients.squiz.net/__data/assets/pdf_file/0028/97561/AN35-Amendment-VC78-Wind-Energy-Facility-Provisions-Clause-52.32.pdf Amendment VC78 - Wind energy facility provisions – Clause 52.32 - March 2011 This Advisory Note provides information about changes to the Victoria Planning Provisions (VPP) and all planning schemes made by Amendment VC78. What does Amendment VC78 do? Amendment VC78 changes: • Clause 19.01-1 of the State Planning Policy Framework (SPPF) to … Continue reading Amendment VC78 Wind Energy-2011
Determination of Acoustic Compliance of Wind Farms.
'If one is unable to determine the contribution of the wind turbine noise as part of the existing ambient noise, then one is unable to evaluate the effectiveness of predicted noise levels.'