A proposed £55 million wind farm has been scrapped amid concerns it would impact on Glasgow Airport’s radar system.
Airtricity’s plan to build near Greenock was rejected by the Scottish Executive. Officials with the firm said they were “very disappointed” by the decision.
4 August 2007
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