Scottish Borders Council has rejected a major wind farm application for Berwickshire.
PM Renewables wanted to site a total of 22 turbines at Drone Hill, lying beside the A1107 linking Eyemouth to the A1.
However, residents from nearby Coldingham formed an action group to object to the proposals.
SBC’s development and building control committee unanimously rejected the plans due to concerns about the location and the impact on tourism.
12 November 2007
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