Some Good News This Month As Over 100 MPs Have Now Written To The Prime Minister Urging Him to Cut Subsidies For Wind Turbines.
The MPs also want current planning rules changed. Their aim is to give us back more of a local say on what happens in our countryside & communities.
This Great Result has not just happened over night and a lot of hard work has been done behind the scenes over the last six months and We Would Like to Thank All Concerned For Their Dedication And Hard Work.
As a group we fully support this action and have also now written to the Prime Minister backing the 101 MPs.
See a Copy of a Recent Letter Here
In our latest campaign “Time to Have Your Say” we are asking that you all now write individual letters to the Prime Minister backing the MPs Against Wind, this is your chance to have your say at the top level. We are not against renewables in general, however we do think that the amount of subsidy for onshore wind is creating an uncoordinated piece meal approach to planning and a ‘Dash for The Cash’.
These Subsidies Are Due For Review In The Next Few Months So The Time For Action Is Now.
What you need to do is write a letter highlighting your support for the MPs and include your own reasons why Wind Farm Subsidies should be stopped. You need to send your letters to:-
Prime Minister & First Lord of the Treasury
10 Downing Street
The back benches of Parliament are working hard to help us, the least we could do is show our support, the latest National Media Coverage has really got the momentum going and we are positive that this week the Pro Wind Campaigners will be challenging this, so we need to keep the pressure on, if the PM now also gets enough letters from the general public through the post then surely he cannot ignore the MPs and a large percentage of the population, remember without action we cannot win, and as we said above “Time For Action Is Now”.
Many thanks in advance for all your help, the last time we got together we left ‘Wind Turbines’ as the most annoying thing in Britain, this time lets leave Wind Power without Subsidy and then go from there.