No To That Turbine (NOTTT) is an action group that was formed in response to a planning application to erect a huge (86.5 metre high) wind turbine in Bodham, in the heart of the unspoiled North Norfolk countryside.
1,455 people objected to it, and the application was unanimously rejected by the NNDC. That local decision was overturned by a central government planning inspector, and the NNDC challenged the inspector’s decision in the high court.
However, even before the final legal decision on it has been made, the developers have put in application for ANOTHER, slightly smaller turbine. You are urged to register an online objection to it by clicking HERE before 21st August, or after this date by writing, quoting reference PF/14/0925, to: Planning Department, North Norfolk District Council, Holt Road, Cromer, Norfolk NR27 9EN.
You can download, save and print a standard objection letter that you can top and tail by clicking HERE.
Meanwhile, yet ANOTHER proposal is being prepared for an even taller turbine at Selbrigg, between Baconsthorpe and Holt – evidence that to allow a turbine at Bodham would set a precedent that would allow others to overwhelm our countryside, ruin our skyscape, and drive away the tourists on whom our local economy depends.