It’s our land, too

PUBLISHED: 09:37 14 March 2008 | UPDATED: 08:23 02 June 2010

WHAT sort of planning policy is it that prompts Fenland Council to proceed with approving a planning application for more turbines based on an unpublished interim report by as yet unidentified consultants? Surely it s not too much to expect the council to

WHAT sort of planning policy is it that prompts Fenland Council to proceed with approving a planning application for more turbines based on an unpublished interim report by as yet unidentified consultants?

Surely it's not too much to expect the council to contain itself until the final report is available.

The public has a right to be heard in this matter. It's not Fenland District Council's land and townscape that's being interfered with, it belongs to all of us as custodians!

REG KEMP

Scargells Lane

March


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