Injunction Application against Wind Turbine Proposals

Many thanks for this prompt reply. Can you recommend top rate human rights / planning junior(s) who would be acceptable to Lord Carlisle? The latter has agreed to take on the case after careful assessment, and recommended Sasha White.

cc Alex Carlisle, House of Lords

In a message dated 03/07/2012 15:53:48 GMT Daylight Time, writes:

Dear Mr Evans

Your email has been passed to me to respond.

Unfortunately Sasha White’s present work commitments prevent him from being able to take on this matter for you, though of course he wishes you well in your project.

Kind regards

Tom

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P Please consider the environment before printing this email From: Sasha White
Sent: 03 July 2012 12:49
To: Tom Grove
Cc: Kevin Squires
Subject: FW: Injunction Application against Wind Turbine Proposals

Dear Tom,

Please find attached the email concerned. I have not responded to it but will you formally reply on behalf of me along the lines we discussed.

KR Sasha.

Sasha White

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From: EMyrone [mailto:EMyrone
Sent: 02 July 2012 18:27
To: Sasha White; dewi.lewis1; wsd; garethjohn; samhinton147; derrickpotter; kp.phys; fsnape; s.ifan; gethin.apgruffydd; hq
Subject: Injunction Application against Wind Turbine Proposals

Mr Sasha White,

Planning Junior,

Dear Mr White,

I am writing to you on the recommendation of Alex Lord Carlisle CBE, QC in the House of Lords, who has read the attached statement of claim for an injunction to demolish the Betws wind turbine development under Section 41 of the 2006 Commonalnd Act and to prohibit the Mynydd y Gwair Wind proposal unde Section 38 and teh recent high court precedent mentioned in the attached. I will forward to you Lord Carlisle’s reply, in which he found the attached statement of claim to be ingenious and agreed to be instructed by you if you, as the best planning junior, are interested in the case. It is based on human rights legislation and breaches of planning law. If you are interested in taking the case we can apply for legal aid to cover your costs as the leading planning solicitor in the country. We can also apply for after the event insurance to cover the costs of the other side if we lose. If we win, it will be an important test case, leading to the demolition of many wind turbines forced through against democartic local opinion. As a Civil List scientist employed directly by Queen Elizabeth II I think that wind turbines are industrially useless and a major economic fiasco. The Open Spaces Society has kindly agreed to donate towards your fees and those of Lord Carlisle. There is a local 90% opposition to these developments, which is why so many are seriously concerned about democracy itself. We plan to organize a class action led by those qualified for legal aid.

Cordially Yours

Myron Evans

Prof. M. W. Evans, Armiger, Civil List Pensioner, D. Sc. (Wales),

H. M. Civil List

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