Monthly Archives: January 2012

Noise monitoring scheduled to start on Monday 20 February

It has been confirmed that noise assessment around Fullabrook Down Wind Farm can finally start next month. The site developer ESB has informed North Devon Council that Western Power Distribution will allow for the wind farm to operate at full … Continue reading

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Agreement over Fullabrook noise monitoring locations

On Thursday 19 January, a meeting was held between North Devon Council’s Environmental Health team and Planning and Development Service, the wind farm developer ESB (parent company of Devon Wind Power Ltd) and their respective noise experts. At the meeting, ESB … Continue reading

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Council requests more noise monitoring points

The council still doesn’t have a definite date for when the Fullabrook Down wind farm will be fully commissioned. However, it is expected that this will be before the end of January. Once the site is fully operational, noise monitoring can … Continue reading

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How we have got to where we are now

In 2004, an application was made to North Devon Council for 22 turbines to be erected, each with up to three megawatts’ capacity. Due to the size of the development, this was referred to the Secretary of State for Business, … Continue reading

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Fullabrook briefing

Welcome to Fullabrook briefing. The purpose of this blog is to communicate with residents in the vicinity of the Fullabrook Down wind farm development. We have decided to use the blog format because: we can post information quickly without waiting … Continue reading

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