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Planners have rejected a plan to build four wind turbines on land near Methven

But Perth and Kinross Local Review Body upheld the planning department’s refusal, citing concerns over the impact of the turbines on tourism and on scenery because of their size and proposed layout. A total of 17 people, believed to live close by, wrote in support of the scheme, with 117 objecting, as well as community councils from Auchterarder to Methven.
1 Apr 2016

Council gives thumbs up to wind turbine as residents promise to fight back

Protesters, who packed out the Council Chamber at Gedling's Civic Centre, promised to continue their fight to get the turbine taken down. Former criminal lawyer Julia Holder, who is part of WCAT, said: "We fought the battle and won the battle, but here we go again. If there are grounds, we will have no hesitation going through the judicial review process again."
14 Jan 2016

Planning officers refuse application for second wind turbine at Naylor's Hill Quarry, Black Moor Road

They said that despite the benefits of renewable energy, the negative elements of the application were not outweighed by any "special circumstances" in its favour. Their report states: "The proposed wind turbine would represent an encroachment of inappropriate development into the Green Belt that would have a harmful effect on the openness of the Green Belt.
9 Oct 2015

Residents to be given onshore wind farm veto

Residents are to be handed powers to stop onshore wind farms being built, ministers will announce today. The Tories have vowed to ‘halt the spread’ of unsightly turbines by preventing wind farms from being ‘imposed on communities without consultation or public support’.
18 Jun 2015

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=UK&topic=Zoning%2FPlanning
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