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Turbine rejection taken to appeal  

A public inquiry is to be held into plans for a major wind farm development in Berwickshire.

Scottish Borders Council rejected PM Renewables’ proposal to site a total of 22 turbines at Drone Hill, lying beside the A1107 linking Eyemouth to the A1.

It argued that Coldingham Moor was not an appropriate location for such a development.

The developers have appealed against that verdict and it will now be decided by a Scottish Government Reporter.

A public inquiry is already under way into another wind farm proposal in the Borders.

Evidence is currently being heard for and against that scheme in the Lammermuir Hills.

BBC News

12 February 2008

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