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sept 18 2013 Cllr Enright points to clean green local energy way forward

sept 18 b 2013 clean energy way forward letters by CadoganEnright
DUP MLA needs to explain to people in Lecale need to explain the alternatives to clean local energy – Fracking? Nuclear? Coal from China? Oil and Gas from Russia?

And if he really wants to help Tourism – end his opposition to taking down territorial flags in tourist areas

sept 18 2013 Environmentalist Farmer explains the farming business to DUP conservationist Jim Wells

sept 18 c 2013 wind turbine reply to wells by CadoganEnright
Cllr Cadogan Enright said “I can’t see either farmers or environmentalists voting for Jim Wells in Lecale after this series of letters

sept 18 2013 DUP’s Jim Wells attacks local farmers, plus Cllr Enright & local MLAs for supporting local farmers

sept 18 a 2013 wind turbine wells by CadoganEnright
Jim Wells tries to play the ‘Tourist Card’ against local farmers – but ignores his own role in facilitating Tourism Trade-damaging flag flying in key tourist centres in Down

Disgracefully attempts to block local environmentally farmer Edward Carson form getting a replacement for his old wind turbine

sept 4 2013 CROSS PARTY SUPPORT FOR EDWARD CARSON

sept 4  2013 turbine refusal by CadoganEnright
Cllr Cadogan Enrights rejection of planners proposal to block a replacement turbine for one of Downs most environmentally friendly farmers was supported by all parties who demanded a reconsideration on the matter

aug 28 2013 Turbine Wars continued from front page.

aug 28 2013 turbine wars by CadoganEnright
Local Farmers gather with Cllr Cadogan Enright in support of Edward Carson, and planners scandalous treatment of him.

MLA’s Chris Hazzard and John McCallister subsequently come out in support of him.

aug 28 2013 Windturbine Wars break out between farmers and planners

aug 28 2013 windturbine wars by CadoganEnright
A campaign by Cadogan to support local farmers makes the front page. Here a well-known local farmer who is seeking to replace his wind turbine is finding himself blocked by planners as if he was applying for a new turbine.  His huge energy bill must be defrayed by renewable energy if his exports to the UK market are to be competitive

july 24 2013 Cadogan Helps farmers lobby banks

july 24 2013 bankslendingfarmers by CadoganEnright

Cllr Cadogan Enright and John McCallister MLA help local farmers lobby Belfast Banks for a rational approach to lending for farm projects – and especially renewable energy projects where incomes are backed by ROC’s

Meeting officials at BoI Head Office in Belfast, the economic case was well made, and BoI officials agreed to send a delegation to Down District to meet with farmers to discuss their projects

17th April 2013 Green Energy free for Ballyhornan

17th April 2013 Green Energy free for Ballyhornan by CadoganEnright
Renewable Energy Company offers to rent the roof of the Ballyhornan Family Centre in exchange for free electricity at meeting organised by Cllr Cadogan Enright

10th April 2013 Farmers continue to Tackle Planning Service

Cllr Cadogan Enright facilitates meeting between local farmers and planners to try to resolve inconsistencies in planning policy, delays of 2 to 3 years and consequent damage to farming businesses
10th April 2013 Farmers continue to Tackle Planning Service by CadoganEnright
10th April 2013 Farmers Tackle Planning delays 2

10th April 2013 Farmers Tackle Planning delays 2

 

6th March 2013 Ballyhornan Family support new 3G pitch

Down Cllr Cadogan Enright has praised a Ballyhornan farming family for their pubic spirit and support for their local community.
Cllr Enright said “The Trainor family have generously offered to adjust the boundary of their property to facilitate the new Ballyhornan 3G pitch. They were also very supportive of the project though the planning stages and this did help us secure planning permission”.
Michael Trainor said “I can confirm on behalf of my family that we have seen the plans for the new 3G pitch and are delighted to be able to offer our support to this project. We believe that the land in question is already the property of the Ballyhornan Family Centre, and that the right of way between our two properties has been correctly delineated. If any adjustments to boundaries are needed along the new boundary, we would be pleased to make the necessary adjustment at no cost to the Ballyhornan Family Centre”.