The biggest wind farm in the south of England has been given the go-ahead after the Court of Appeal refused to allow a challenge to the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry’s decision to give permission for the scheme at Little Cheyne Court, near Lydd, Kent.
7 August 2007
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