A company bidding to build a wind farm on land owned by businessman Mohamed Al Fayed has appealed against a council’s decision to refuse it permission.
Airtricity proposed to construct 23 turbines at Beinn Rosail, near Invercassley, in Sutherland.
It has lodged an appeal with the Scottish Executive against Highland Council’s decision in December.
Airtricity said its plan was in line with the development policies of the council and government.
27 February 2007
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