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West Dorset District Council refuses planning permission for Slyer's Lane wind farm

Broadview’s planning application for a wind farm comprising six, 115m high wind turbines on agricultural land, near Charminster, Dorset was refused planning permission yesterday by West Dorset’s Development Control Committee.

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Watford Lodge wind farm commences operation

Broadview Energy is pleased to announce that the construction of Watford Lodge wind farm is now complete and the site is fully operational and generating electricity.

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Broadview reacts with disappointment at High Court decision

Broadview Energy’s appeal to the High Court to quash the Secretary of State’s decision was dismissed today by Mr Justice Cranston.   Broadview is obviously disappointed and is currently reviewing the judgement, following which it will decide whether to appeal to the Court of Appeal.

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The acquisition of Watford Lodge wind farm and commencement of construction

The Watford Lodge wind farm site, located near the village of Watford in Northamptonshire, was acquired by Eolian Two Limited from Volkswind GmbH at the end of November 2014. The construction and operation of the development will be managed by Broadview Energy on behalf of the new owner.

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Broadview proposes to increase the Slyer’s Lane community benefit fund

Broadview Energy is proposing to increase the Slyer’s Lane wind farm community benefit fund from £5,000 per megawatt (MW) to £7,500 per MW, if its proposal receives planning permission at a local level. Broadview has submitted an application to West Dorset District Council for six wind turbines on agricultural land to the north of Dorchester.

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Secretary of State refuses another renewable energy application

Broadview’s planning application for the Bicton wind farm, comprising three wind turbines on agricultural land between the villages of Kimbolton, Tilbrook and Stow Longa has been refused planning permission by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.

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Broadview Energy challenges Secretary of State’s decision against Spring Farm Ridge wind farm

Following a detailed review of the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government’s decision to refuse planning permission for the Spring Farm Ridge project, Broadview has identified a number of concerns about the manner in which the decision was taken.  Accordingly, Broadview has today lodged an appeal to the High Court to quash the Secretary of State’s decision.

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Community Liaison Group Meeting09 Jan 2015

Community Liaison Group Meeting

Broadview Energy will be attending a Community Liaison Group meeting to discuss the Slyer’s Lane wind farm planning application. The Community Liaison Group meeting is due to take place from 7pm on Tuesday 13th January 2015, in the Pengelly Room, Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester. If you would like to attend, or submit a question for discussion, please contact Louise at Bellenden on 0207 234 3333 or by email using LouisePageJennings@bellenden.co.uk

Broadview Energy - Secretary of State overrules independent Inspector’s decision

Broadview’s planning application for the Spring Farm Ridge renewable energy project, comprising five wind turbines on agricultural land between the villages of Greatworth, Helmdon and Sulgrave, in Northamptonshire, has been refused planning permission by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.

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