This proposed windfarm is in the wrong place. This area is a world heritage site, with spectacular views. Not only will this , if it goes ahead, we will lose the heritage site status. It will definitely affect tourism to the area, during construction, which will be 5 years. This will have a knock on effect for employment and businesses. Also 22 miles including the New Forest will have to be carved up to lay the cables, and 3,500 mature oaks destroyed. I don’t call that green!!!
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