Public meeting in Sutton Scotney on wind farm plan

Public meeting in Sutton Scotney on wind farm plan

Public meeting in Sutton Scotney on wind farm plan

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CAMPAIGNERS fighting plans for a controversial wind farm north of Winchester are hosting a public meeting in Sutton Scotney this Saturday. (Jan 12)

Douglas Paterson, chairman of Keep Hampshire Green, is presenting a slide show on the proposed 14 wind turbines at Bullington Cross and wind energy in general.

The meeting will be in Victoria Hall, starting at 5pm.

Mr Paterson, a local farmer, said: “The idea is to give people the facts so they can form an opinion.”

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8:45pm Wed 9 Jan 13

huckit P says...

Ah yes, another of those "green" projects that are not really that green. They are also not that efficient. Another blot on the landscape!
Ah yes, another of those "green" projects that are not really that green. They are also not that efficient. Another blot on the landscape! huckit P
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9:53pm Wed 9 Jan 13

cardinalfang says...

huckit P wrote:
Ah yes, another of those "green" projects that are not really that green. They are also not that efficient. Another blot on the landscape!
Come on, there's money to be made, just ask Cameron and Clegg who both get money from windmills via family connections. The other strange thing is that our gas prices keep going up in the UK, whilst they are falling elsewhere, like in the USA. Can't be because we are loaded with "green taxes", could it?
[quote][p][bold]huckit P[/bold] wrote: Ah yes, another of those "green" projects that are not really that green. They are also not that efficient. Another blot on the landscape![/p][/quote]Come on, there's money to be made, just ask Cameron and Clegg who both get money from windmills via family connections. The other strange thing is that our gas prices keep going up in the UK, whilst they are falling elsewhere, like in the USA. Can't be because we are loaded with "green taxes", could it? cardinalfang
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