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Complaint lodged over windfarm refusal  

Fife Council’s rejection of the Auchtermuchty windfarm application could be considered ”reckless and open to legal action,” according to a Cupar resident following the issue.

Gordon Pay has lodged a complaint with Fife Council, claiming the report presented to the planning committee on June 29 misled the councillors.

Mr Pay, a former member of the now-defunct group North East Fife Community Windpower, is himself looking at developing a wind energy site in north east Fife.

He stressed his complaint did not relate to the merits of the Auchtermuchty application, but rather that the information presented to the planning committee was not competent.

By Janet Howie

Fife Today

19 July 2007

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