Showing our opposition to something is often easier than voicing our support but in the case of wind power it's really important that people speak out in favour. Planners and politicians need to know that people want wind developments in their area.
Anyone can write to East Lindsey District Council to support a planning application. The complete planning application and all accompanying documents for the Louth Canal site are available to read or download on this website www.pfr.co.uk/louthcanal and from the planning department at East Lindsey District Council or from their website http://publicaccess.e-lindsey.go.uk/online-applications. Planning reference number: N/133/00586/12
After considering the contents of the planning application and related documents, as well as the responses to the consultation, the planning officers will make a recommendation on whether to approve or refuse the planning application. This recommendation will then be considered by members of the Council's planning committee who will ultimately decide on the project.
Its also important to support the industry nationally, there is a campaign being run with the slogan #GreenMeansGrowth. The Government’s Energy Bill will direct where we get our energy from for decades to come. Prioritising green, renewable energy will help boost our flagging economy, bring long term stability to fuel prices, all while reducing our carbon emissions and keeping the UK at the forefront of the global fight against climate change.
The economy recovery is struggling. Our household bills are held to ransom by changing fossil fuel prices. We need jobs and investment and bold projects that help boost our economy, and help combat dangerous climate change.
We’re global leaders in the technology to harness energy from the wind, waves and the sun, so let’s use more of it! With new projects come factories, jobs and economic growth, reducing our reliance on fossil fuels for future generations.
See the link below to see how you can play your part.
Partnerships for Renewables recognises that local communities can sometimes feel detached from the planning system and can be frustrated by a lack of information.
We are committed to working openly and transparently throughout the development process. The wind development process can take a number of years and an issue can arise at any time, which means that the proposed site proves to be unsuitable for development.
Because a Partnerships for Renewables project enters the public domain at an early stage there will be lengthy periods when in-depth studies are being carried out and there is little new information available. An indicative project timeline is available to show you where we are in the development process.
A full Environment Impact Assessment has been undertaken and submitted with the planning application. The complete planning application and all accompanying documents are available to read on our website.
If you have any questions or wish to discuss the project please feel free to contact us.