There is a good piece in this week’s issue of the Free Press (see above) about the two massive wind turbines (377ft) planned for Bodelith, near Llandderfel, and the Judicial Review (JR) which was held yesterday at Wrexham Court.
The JR is a bid by STEMM to challenge the way in which Denbighshire’s Planning Committee arrived at the decision to give two 46m (150ft) wind turbines at Syrior, near Llandrillo, the go ahead back in February, 2013. This was despite strong opposition from over 100 local residents.
Yesterday, several STEMM supporters sat through the hours of fine legal points, and we all felt the barrister acting on behalf of STEMM did an excellent job. We now await the judgement which could come through in a couple of weeks. If we do win we hope it will send a clear signal to other farmers/landowners/developers that we will fight to keep this beautiful area free of these out-of-scale industrial structures.
The image below shows the scale of the proposed wind turbines at Syrior in relation to the historic Llandrillo Church.