Credit: Maldon and Burnham Standard,
10 March 2011 ~~
Residents are vowing to continue their fight against a wind farm which was granted permission at the High Court to go ahead.
Planning permission has been given for ten wind turbines to be built on Hockley Farm in Bradwell, in spite a spirited community fight against the Government.
Deputy High Court Frances Patterson QC on Friday decided not to quash a planning inspector’s decision which allowed Npower to build the turbines, measuring 121metres, just 800metres from nearby residents, to be built.
FOR THE FULL STORY, SEE THIS WEEK’S MALDON AND BURNHAM STANDARD
Maldon and Burnham Standard,
10 March 2011
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