Wind Plan needs scrutiny. 22 January 2019 Alex Ford, The Ballarat Courier The state government may have contradicted its own planning advice by approving the Golden Plains wind farm, lawyers say. The state government's environmental effects and planning assessment report for the project states "no other wind farm in Victoria has been approved with such … Continue reading Golden Plains Wind Farm Planning Contradiction
'FIERCE lobbying from Corangamite and Moyne Shire councils on the positioning of transmission lines and poles to wind farms has resulted in a win'.-Monique Patterson, The Standard.
Background The acoustic definition of noise is unwanted sound. Properties near the Bald Hills wind farm are being affected by intrusive noise, loud enough to intrude on conversation and disturb the residents’ sleep. The South Gippsland Shire Council investigation into the complaints somehow concluded there were no impacts from the wind farm. This decision did not … Continue reading Bald Hills Wind Farm Adversely Affecting Residents
Almost 500 people displayed their anger at a Mortlake meeting, holding placards stating 'Enough is Enough!. Watch a live recording of the July Hawkesdale Meeting, learn about the Planning Process from the Department and hear the Commissioner's response to a long-suffering resident adversely impacted by the Cape Bridgewater wind farm.
Noise guidelines for wind projects are absolutely useless. Regardless, the so-called responsible authorities use them as permissible levels on which they approve an application for a permit to build a wind project. Guidelines are based on irrelevant parameters that cannot protect adjacent residents. They are the basis for a government licence to damage residents. There … Continue reading Rules for Wind Project Layouts