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Call for second chance to examine wind farm  

A councillor is calling for another public meeting about the creation of a wind farm between Clacton and St Osyth.

Tendring Council vice-chairman Peter De-Vaux Balbirnie has called for a second public meeting in relation to the siting of five 410ft wind turbines at Earls Hall Farm, off St John’s Road, Clacton.

Mr De-Vaux Balbirnie, speaking at Weeley Parish Council last night, said that many residents in Tendring felt that a public meeting about the scheme, held at St Osyth village hall in September, had not been publicised enough by project proposers N-Power.

By James Dwan


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