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Turbines on the horizon

Landmark news, Planning, Renewables, Wind energy

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Turbine close up

Those who have travelled through Avonmouth or past Junction 18 on the M5 recently will have noticed the arrival of several new structures in the Avonmouth landscape. Two separate wind turbine developments are currently under construction and well on the way to completion. The Bristol City Council Avonmouth Wind Turbine Project is located on Smoke [...]

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Avonmouth Wind Power Project shortlisted for South West Green Energy Awards

Renewables, Wind energy

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The Avonmouth Wind Power Project has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Renewable Energy Scheme’ Award in the prestigious South West Green Energy Awards. Landmark nominated the scheme developers Wessex Water, GENeco and Triodos Bank for the award in recognition of the delivery of this long anticipated development. The Wind Farm comprises four REpower MM92 wind turbines, [...]

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Draft advice on ‘Building a better environment’

Ecology, Landscape, Planning, Protected species, Renewables, Solar, Wind energy

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The Environment Agency, Natural England and the Forestry Commission have recently published a document called Building a better environment: Our role in development and how we can help (Consultation version – 9 September 2012). This document is mainly aimed at developers but is likely to also be of benefit to architects, town planners, surveyors, engineers, [...]

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What price the future climate?

Planning, Renewables, Solar, Wind energy

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National press coverage has this week again homed in on the energy sector, which is always a good indicator of behind the scenes battles in Westminster. David Cameron’s statement in the Commons on Wednesday that energy suppliers will be forced by law to offer customers the cheapest tariffs was clearly a surprise to Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) minister [...]

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