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Dear All
 
PLEASE FORWARD THIS E.MAIL TO ALL YOUR FRIENDS, RELATIONS AND COLLEAGUES ETC IN THIS COUNTRY AND ABROAD
 
This is to let you know that there is yet another windfarm application lodged in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, one of only three Regional Parks in the whole of Scotland – Inverclyde Windfarm Application No 13/0199/IC for details see http://planning.inverclyde.gov.uk/Online/applicationDetails.do?action=showSummary&caseNo=13/0199/IC
 
It is for 10 x up to 110m turbines on Corlic Hill immediately south of Greenock and approx’ 800m from many Greenock houses, 2.3 Kms from the centre of Greenock and closer to some country houses. To add insult to injury, not only is this in Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, it is on top of an internationally important archaeological site including a Roman fortlet (extension of the Antonine Wall) and several stone age Celtic structures – see http://saveyourregionalpark.co.uk/Archaeology.html
 
To object using our multiple choice online form please log onto
 
www.saveyourregionalpark.co.uk/Objection
 
1    Click on HERE in the first line of the notes on the application
 
2    Complete our multiple choice form by clicking on the tick boxes of your choice but please always include the top one!
 
3    There is space for your own words where you can add anything you like,
 
4    Complete your name or names, address and e.mail address
 
5   Click on submit; it will go direct to Inverclyde Council and you will receive a automatic thank you acknowledgement from Save Your Regional Park campaign . It is a very quick process and your help is greatly appreciated 
 
We are now in our 8th year of trying to stop this magnificent 108 square mile Regional Park being turned into an industrial estate. Like most of the hilly land in Scotland we are constantly under attack.
 
Thanks and regards

Nigel Willis
Chairman
Save Your Regional Park campaign – 
www.saveyourregionalpark.co.uk
and now on Facebook –  https://www.facebook.com/Saveyourregionalpark

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