Visual Impact Assessment: There's More to it than Meets the Eye!

Conference Paper

Title: Visual Impact Assessment: There's More to it than Meets the Eye!
Publication Date:
March 25, 1992
Conference Name: 14th Annual Conference of the British Wind Energy Association
Conference Location: Nottingham, UK
Pages: 345-349
Publisher: Mechanical Engineering Publications Limited
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Citation

Robotham, A.; Quilleash, P.; Hempstead, H. (1992). Visual Impact Assessment: There's More to it than Meets the Eye!. Paper Presented at the 14th Annual Conference of the British Wind Energy Association, Nottingham, UK.
Abstract: 

The visual impact of a wind farm is one of the major causes of concern for all current U.K. wind farm projects. Often visual impact is the singlemost important issue on which a planning application is judged. A fair and honest assessment of the visual impact of a wind farm demands the co-operation of the developer, the planning authority, the public, and other interested parties. Visual impact assessment also demands that each individual involved in the planning process make their own judgement, because it is inadequate for this issue to be decided by a single individual. 

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