A group of farmers have been given the go-ahead to build four wind turbines.
Four of the turbines, each as high as 295ft, were approved from an original application for six on land near Haddo Estate in Aberdeenshire.
Planners recommended refusing the proposals.
But the Methlick farmers, who were behind the application, got consent from councillors for the structures in an area between Fyvie and Tarves, after a site visit.
Two turbines, planned for fields close to Barthol Chapel, were rejected.
More talks will be held with the British Airports Authority over concerns about radar interference.
28 June 2007
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