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Broadview Energy Limited - Proposed Starbold Wind Farm
The planning application was refused permission by the District Council on 13 February 2013. An appeal has been lodged by Broadview Energy Limited and the appeal is to be heard by way of a Public Inquiry scheduled to start on 10th September 2013 (for up to 10 days) and will take place at Ettington Community Centre, Rogers Lane, Ettington, Warwickshire, CV37 7SX.
The programme for the Public Inquiry has been agreed and can be viewed on our online ePlanning system. Any comments by third parties relating to the appeal must be sent to the Planning Inspectorate by 2nd May 2013 at the following addresses:
The Planning Inspectorate
3/02 Kite Wing
Temple Quay House
2 The Square
Bristol, BS1 6PN
The planning application was originally submitted by Broadview Energy Limited (made valid 4th April 2012) for the following development at land between Bishops Itchington, Gaydon and Knightcote to the south east of the B4451:
"Proposed erection of 5 wind turbines, up to a maximum tip height of 125 metres high, and other ancillary development including a new vehicular access off the Gaydon Road (B4451), access tracks, vehicular accesses, crane hard standing areas, a control building, underground cabling, construction compound and meteorological mast"
The planning application is accompanied by an Environmental Statement.
An amendment and further environmental information was received by the District Planning Authority dated 1 November 2012 that altered the description of development to:
"Proposed erection of 4 wind turbines, up to a maximum tip height of 125 metres high, and other ancillary development including a new vehicular access off the Gaydon Road (B4451), access tracks, vehicular accesses, crane hard standing areas, a control building, underground cabling, construction compound and meteorological mast"
A copy of the application (including the amendment/further environmental information and appeal information) may be viewed on our online ePlanning system.