Permission for the wind turbines was refused due to noise levels A decision to refuse planning permission for a Denbighshire wind farm has been overturned by a High Court judge.
The local authority's refusal of permission for a development at Gorsedd Bran, Nantglyn, was quashed by Mr Justice Wyn Williams and sent back for reconsideration.
Permission was refused for several reasons, including noise levels.
However, the High Court ruled the decision-making process was flawed.
Permission was refused in November 2008.
The applicants, Tegni Cymru Tif, appealed that decision, but it was again refused.
Mr Justice Wyn Williams said the inspector... [continue via Web link]