Resources

Here you will find resource information regards King Street Stag.

Wind Prospects officially announce withdrawl

Tuesday, September 18, 2012
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Wind Prospects officially announce withdrawl

Through a series of discussions and e-mails between members of KingStreet Stag members and Wind Prospects, it’s been announced by WP that after careful consideration of the Planning Inspectorates deecision that they no longer intend to pursue their application or amendments to it via a new application.  On review of their website today (please... »

STAG’s Rebuttal document

Friday, March 4, 2011
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STAG’s Rebuttal document

  The rebuttal document compiled by our very own Kingstreet STAG  action group is in!!   It was submitted to the council last week and this is the first release to you the public. The document has been compiled by our own resident experts and in conjunction with information, pointers and experience gathered from other such... »

The Councils landscape Officers report is in!

Thursday, March 3, 2011
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The Councils landscape Officers report is in!

The councils lanscape officers report is in and is available on the councils Public Access website . However due to the format its published in it does seem difficult to read. We’ve placed this in a PDF document with a bit more formatting so its easier to digest. Click me to read this document in... »

Natural England – Lodges holding objection!

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
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Natural England – Lodges holding objection!

  Natural England is a non-departmental public body. Their statutory purpose is to ensure that the natural environment is conserved, enhanced, and managed for the benefit of present and future generations, thereby contributing to sustainable development.   Natural England state: “The application site is likely to have an adverse effect on Mottey Meadows Special Area... »

Early construction bites

Tuesday, February 22, 2011
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Early construction bites

Villagers in North Yorkshire claim trucks travelling past their homes to get to a Wind Farm construction site are causing structural damage to their properties. A wind farm is being built at Newland, Selby by Wind Prospects, the same developer as is proposing the Brineton site.  The construction vehicles have been accessing the site... »

Wind Farms fail to hit full power!!

Thursday, May 27, 2010
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An article from the times and a difference of opinion when you read the comments below the article, but an interesting article non the less and probably on balance some of it is invariably true. Read this article by clicking here!! »

Location, Location , Location : Siting of Turbines

Monday, February 22, 2010
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Location, Location , Location : Siting of Turbines

Courtesy of the wonders of modern day technology, we’ve been able to bring you the proposed siting of the turbines. The turbine from ground to tower will be approximately 80 metres high and the ground to blade tip is 126 metres. Hard to comprehend those figures I know but just imagine. The image below... »

Health & Safety of Wind Farms – Consider it

Wednesday, January 13, 2010
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Health & Safety of Wind Farms – Consider it

Another line of enquiry being picked up by our Research group and pointed out by one of our members recently was the Health and Safety aspect of the turbines. Not just when being transported, commissioned or when working but simply anything in relation to them, from conception to reality and beyond – A line... »

Wind turbines – Impact on Air Traffic Controls

Wednesday, January 13, 2010
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Wind turbines – Impact on Air Traffic Controls

Research is underway which it is hoped will solve the problem of radar interference from wind turbines »

Wind Farms – Are they economical or environmentally friendly?

Friday, January 8, 2010
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Wind Farms – Are they economical or environmentally friendly?

Read what ROGER HELMER Conservative MEP for Lincolnshire had to say about Wind Farms: »