If you live in Wiltshire a wind farm of giant industrial turbines over 400 feet high may well be proposed for a hill near you. Now Wiltshire Council planners want to control their siting, so that future wind farms would not be placed too close to homes. This is necessary because turbines are known to create various health and other problems, such as low-frequency noise, which penetrates walls and roofs, preventing sleep. Wiltshire Council is asking for the public's comments and I urge Bath Chronicle readers to support the council and make their views known to Spatial Planning, Economy and Regeneration, Wiltshire Council, County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, BA14 8JD, or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting 'Proposed Change No.180'.
Full details of the proposal can be found on the webpage Wiltshire Core Strategy Focussed Consultation.
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