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Re: Avebury and space
Mar 03, 2011, 17:31
VBB wrote:
jackyboy wrote:
VBB wrote:
tjj wrote:
VBB wrote:

If that space is in Avebury then someone will perhaps be encouraged by recent events to put in to build on it and Wilts planners judging by those same events are likely to be sympathetic no matter what objections are made by conservationists on behalf of the WHS that is supposed to take precedence.

What are we going to say to a field of solar panels with the odd monuments stiicking out?

Surely the only sensible place to put solar panels is on roofs - I understand a couple of panels generates enough energy to heat the average home with enough left over to sell back to the National Grid.


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