An urgent request: please take a few minutes to have a look at Canterbury Green Infrastructure Strategy and respond by 5pm tomorrow 22 June 2018.
Sunday 17th June is the World Day to Combat Desertification organised by the United Nations. Unbelievably this is relevant to the UK because the land below the solar panels will be starved of sunlight and rainfall and dried out due to something called PVHI.
Graveney Rural Environment Action Team (GREAT), is hosting its own Community Event at the All Saints Church in Graveney on Saturday 30th June from 10:00 to 14:00. No developers, just local people, independent experts, and some of our elected representatives.
Is this proposal a 'greenwash' for hiding the fact that Cleve Hill Solar Park are really intending to build the world's biggest battery?
A massive solar farm proposed near Faversham could be even bigger than originally feared. As the second round of public consultation begins, the developers behind Cleve Hill Solar Park in Graveney have revealed the site would now total 1,000 acres.
The Phase Two consultation events are now on. You can view the full suite of consultation materials on the detailed proposals for Cleve Hill Solar Park. It's your chance to have your say. The events are happening now - from Wednesday 13th to Saturday 16th June.
From today's Guardian an article in which Chris Packham warns of 'ecological apocalypse' in Britain Chris Packham warns that we are presiding over “an ecological apocalypse” and Britain is increasingly “a green and unpleasant land”. Since Packham first became passionate about birds, in 1970, Britain has lost 90 million wild birds, with turtle doves (down 95% since... Continue Reading →
There are some huge files uploaded by Cleve Hill as part of their consultation information, and it can be really difficult to access them. The visualisations specifically are large in both file size and format. So we've made a few of them more accessible here. Don't forget that these are just visualisations, and in our... Continue Reading →
You've probably arrived on this page because you're concerned about the proposed solar and battery storage power station and you want to do something. If so, great! Please register your voice with the Planning Inspectorate - it just needs your contact info and your key concerns and it takes as little as five minutes. See... Continue Reading →