Ambitious plans to build a major windfarm on the slopes of a popular north-east hill have been revised following fears it could impact on Scotland’s only white horse monument.
Developers want to build 12 turbines at Mormond Hill, near Strichen.
The 330ft masts would generate enough electricity to power tens of thousands of homes and the scheme could pump up to £50,000 into community projects.
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