When Is A Noise Limit Not A Noise Limit?

7th April, 2022 by Meg Lee, Hall & Wilcox https://hallandwilcox.com.au/thinking/when-is-a-noise-limit-not-a-noise-limit/ In a landmark ruling, the Victorian Supreme Court has held that noise emitted from the Bald Hills Wind Farm constituted a nuisance to its neighbours, even if those emissions had been found to comply with the conditions in its planning permit. Further, and of cause … Continue reading When Is A Noise Limit Not A Noise Limit?

Bald Hills’ Decision Possible Blow

Bald Hills’ decision possible blow for all wind farms 23rd March, 2022 By Sentinel-Times Source: https://sgst.com.au/2022/03/bald-hills-decision-possible-blow-for-wind-farms/ A decision in the Supreme Court this Friday involving the Bald Hills Wind Farm could have implications for the future of all onshore wind farms. DAMAGES in the millions and an injunction placing restrictions on the operation of the … Continue reading Bald Hills’ Decision Possible Blow

Uren v Bald Hills Wind Farm Pty Ltd (S ECI 2020 00471)

23rd March 2022, Via WFL, Dear Practitioners, We refer to the matter of Uren v Bald Hills Wind Farm Pty Ltd (S ECI 2020 00471).  Justice Richards will hand down judgment in this matter at 9.30 am on Friday 25 March 2022.   The hearing will proceed in person in Courtroom 2, Old High Court Building, 450 Little Bourke Street.  The hearing will … Continue reading Uren v Bald Hills Wind Farm Pty Ltd (S ECI 2020 00471)