Residents were invited to three information events by developers of a proposed five turbine wind farm between Brandon and Stubton.
RWE Npower Renewables organised the information sessions last week in Caythorpe, Stubton and Dry Doddington village halls in preparation for submitting its planning application to South Kesteven District Council, to share final details and answer queries residents may have.
Visitors could register for a free visit to an operational wind farm as well as suggest how the proposed community investment funding should be spent.
Recently, an information booklet was distributed to approximately 3,000 local households designed to address some of the issues raised.
Vikki Hoole, from Brandon, secretary of local anti-wind farm campaign group reVOLT, claimed not everyone receieved the information about the meeting at the same time – with some given little notice.
She said: “At best this is inefficient and disrespectful on RWE’s part.”
She branded it a ‘box ticking exercise’.
Sarah Lee of RWE Npower Renewables said: “We are delighted that so many people chose to come to the information sessions and find out more about the Temple Hill plans, despite the opposing campaign.
“While we respect reVOLT’s right to protest, our aim is not confrontation, but rather to work in partnership with the local community should our plans be approved.”
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