THE DEVELOPERS behind a proposed wind farm to the north of Dorchester is inviting members of the public to take part in a television workshop.
Broadview Energy Limited, who are planning to erect six wind turbines at Slyer’s Lane near Dorchester, is holding a session from 5.30pm on Monday at Herrison Hall in Charlton Down to explain how residents’ television reception would be protected if the scheme goes ahead.
The workshop will be run by an independent professional television reception consultant and will include a detailed presentation to help local residents understand modern television reception and interference.
Tom Cosgrove, development manager at Broadview Energy, said: “Holding these workshops has been a very useful process and I think local residents see it as a good opportunity to discuss specific topics in detail.
“There has been a lot of discussion locally about what happens to television signals in the area if the wind farm goes ahead and it’s important that local people understand that measures can and will be taken to ensure there will be no adverse effects associated with the wind farm.
“I would urge anyone that is concerned or would like to find out more to come along on Monday and speak to the expert.’’ For details about the event and other sessions visit slyerslanewindfarm.
com, contact Claire Shears at Broadview on 020 7268 9910 or email email@example.com