"Nocton Fen Statutory Consultation continues following public events
Over 475 residents attended our local events last month to have their say as part of the Statutory Consultation on our proposed project at Nocton Fen. We are now over half way through the consultation period and encourage you to continue to get involved and give us your views before the consultation closes on Monday 20 July.
|Information on display at our event at Potterhanworth Memorial Hall|
A copy of the Preliminary Environmental Information, Non Technical Summary (NTS), Community Investment Booklet, our Statement of Community Consultation, and a Consultation Feedback Form is available in hard copy format at various locations. You can also have your say online where all of the information is available to download.
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Local Objections - making your voice heard locally
Following on from Vattenfall's open public events, we now move into a period where Vattenfall will finalise their application before submission in the first part of 2016. Though the Government will remove subsidies from new onshore wind farms, Vattenfall are very clear that they will press ahead with this application.
This is also the period where we need to start making our objections known. PNF took an exit poll at all public events (Nocton, Potterhanworth, Bardney, Metheringham, Dunston and Branston), and the results were very conclusive. Of 423 people asked as they left the events and who gave an answer, 84% were against the wind farm, 6% for and the rest were undecided (10%). So amongst the local community, it is very clear the this development is not wanted.
However, we have heard that some Parish Councils have not been contacted with the views of by their parishioners. At this first stage, it is important that the Parish Councils are aware of your objections from their parishioners, so we ask that as many people write to the Parish Councils via the Clerks to voice their objections.
- Fiskerton Parish Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bardney Parish Clerk - email@example.com
- Metheringham Parish Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Martin Parish Council - email@example.com
- Nocton Parish Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dunston Parish Council - email@example.com
- Potterhanworth Parish Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Washingborough Parish Council - email@example.com
- Branston & Mere Parish Council - Branstonpc@btinternet.com
- Cherry Willingham Parish Council - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Heighington Parish Council - email@example.com
Stephen Phillips QC MP
'To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, with reference to the Written Statement of 18 June 2015, HC WS40, whether her Department plans to offer support under the enewables Obligation to the proposed Nocton Fen wind farm.'