Concerns about environmental impact

Month March 2020

Concerns about environmental impact

Helen Whately MP, Member of Parliament for Faversham and Mid Kent writes to the Alok Sharma, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to voice her concerns. 25 February 2020 I’m writing to raise concerns about the environmental… Continue Reading →

An unacceptable risk of death or long term illness to the population

Dr Alastair Gould on the Health Issues arising from the Cleve Hill proposal. Dr Alastair Gould, Newton Place Surgery, Faversham writes and open letter to The Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP, Secretary of State for Business Energy and Industrial Society…. Continue Reading →

The Faversham Society public meeting to be held on 30th March has been cancelled

As a result, The Faversham Society are asking supporters, friends, colleagues to redouble their efforts to write to the Secretary of State, Alok Sharma to tell him why you object to an industrial scale Solar Power Station, to sign their… Continue Reading →

Wetlands of international importance!

At the top hill in Victory Wood in North Kent this way finding marker points out that Graveney Marshes are part of a RAMSAR. RAMSAR sites are classified as wetlands of international importance – what a crazy place to build… Continue Reading →

May 2020

The Secretary of State will issue a decision on whether to grant permission for the UK’s largest ever onshore Solar Farm to be built in North Kent.

Battery storage – the risks

The proposed Battery Storage facility (BESS) at Cleve Hill would be 5 x times larger than the current largest battery storage system in the world. Covering 25 acres – the size of 20 football pitches Lithium-Ion Batteries are far from safe – smaller BESS have… Continue Reading →

SOS the Secretary of State!

If you think that Graveney Marshes is not the right place for the largest ever industrial scale Solar Power Station in the UK then please SOS the Secretary of State NOW by sending an urgent email message to  copying After a 6-month… Continue Reading →