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Representations on Deposit Joint Local Development Plan - 7.2.33

Representation ID: 1066

OBJECT Llywodraeth Cymru (Mr Mark Newey)

Summary:

Table 13 - Two of the supplementary criteria are very similar 'large/ very large', clarity required on the difference between these two.

Representation ID: 573

OBJECT Angela Williams

Summary:

Any wind turbine that is not domestic, should be properly described as 'industrialised', so that its true purpose be evident. Object to the redefining of medium-sized units as 'small' for the reasons I have outlined, and the use of the word 'micro' to describe a >65 ft structure.
Changes: reinstate correct and helpful terminology, to distinguish domestic units and industrialised commercial units. Amend table 13 to reflect realistic size description.

Representation ID: 569

OBJECT Mr John E. Williams

Summary:

Definition of scale seems to have been drawn by the Energy Companies. Turbines larger than domestic or micro would transgress the criteria. The emotive use of the word 'industrial' is avoided. Any turbine larger than 'micro' must be 'industrial' so the word should be re-instated. No mention of impact on tourism.
Changes: Re-draft table 13 to reflect terminology which describes the turbines in relation to the topography of Anglesey. Reinstate the word 'industrial' to describe the function of turbines larger than micro. Include statement that any 'industrial' turbine development would not be considered as favourable to tourism.

Representation ID: 195

OBJECT Mrs Irene Stott

Summary:

The agreed Onshore Wind Energy SPGs of both Councils state that the maximum
tip height for the designated sizes of turbines will be: micro - 11m;
small - 20m; medium - 65m; large - 135m.
The councils were assured that these would be carried forward to the LDP,
they have not been and the new categories are much increased over the
originals.

Use the original agreed size bands as agreed in SPGs.i.e micro - 11m;
small - 20m; medium - 65m; large - 135m

Representation ID: 178

OBJECT Rod Dixon

Summary:

The agreed Onshore Wind Energy SPGs of both Councils state that the maximum tip height for the designated sizes of turbines will be: micro - 11m; small - 20m; medium - 65m; large - 135m.
The councils were assured that these would be carried forward to the LDP, they have not been and the new categories are much increased over the originals.

Revert to original agreed size bands as agreed in SPGs.i.e micro - 11m; small - 20m; medium - 65m; large - 135m.

Representation ID: 91

OBJECT Mr Jon Cottrell

Summary:

The adopted Anglesey SPG stated that Medium turbines were 15 - 50 M total height the proposed JDP has re-designated this as Small.
The adopted SPG stated that Large turbines started at 50+ M total height the proposed JDP has re-designated this to start at 110 M - twice the height adopted in the SPG!

Keep to the agreed SPG and listen to the 8000 residents of Anglesey who signed the partition in 2012.

Representation ID: 85

OBJECT Institute of Biology (Ms Elspeth Wagstaff)

Summary:

The definitions of types of wind turbines has been changed drastically from that published by IoACC in the Supplementary Planning Guidance. The effect is to put huge wind turbines into the Medium category when previously they would have been regarded as Large.

Numbers of turbines in each category are not required as it implies that such quantities will be acceptable when even one turbine is an eyesore.

Please reinstate the following wind turbine definitions as from your own document:
Microgeneration: 10 - 18 metres
Small: 12 - 25 metres
Medium: 15 - 50 metres
Large: over 50 metres

Delete numbers of turbines from the table.

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