The world of serious sport and competition aerobatics is now almost
exclusively dominated by aeroplanes that are operationally expensive,
even in the lower competition levels, effectively preventing access to
pilots with less expendable incomes. In a sport that needs lots of
regular practise to develop the essential skills, it’s inevitable that
much talent is unnecessarily lost.
Yearby Airstrip is relieved to report that the planning application for the proposed wind turbines has been withdrawn by the developers. We would like to wholeheartedly thank all the 2000 people and organisations that supported our objections.
We are happy to pass on any information that we have learned, in the last two and a half years of fighting this application, to help any aviation facility that is threatened in this way.
Wind turbines next to airfields video - HERE
(The video we produced to help people without an aviation background understand the dangers of wind turbines next to airfields)
Image showing the site of the proposed wind turbines to the western end of the airstrip - HERE
Details of the planning application documents and letters can be found - HERE
Planning dept email address: