Landuse & Environmental News
05 September 2014

Sometimes the most impressive projects are where people just get on with the job in hand and don’t make a song and dance of what they are doing.
Last summer, Comment carried a story about the Birnam Oak, and the sea of himalayam balsam that had become...

 

Eventus, a Dutch firm with no previous experience in the UK, is applying for planning consent to construct 24 wind turbines of 410ft height, a sub-station, storage compound and control building and a complex of bulldozed tracks on wild land on the...

 

Everything seems to be very quiet on the ash dieback front at the moment, but the disease most definitely is still around, it is still a problem, you are not allowed to plant it, and it is difficult to be optimistic about a medium term future for the species.

 

A Local Authority Review Body consisting of a panel of three P&K councillors has turned down an appeal by Bolfracks estate against the refusal of planning permission for the erection of two turbines with a blade tip height of 45m, at Hill Park, approximately 2.7km to the south east...

 
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