Credit: BBC News,
28 September 2011 ~~
Councillors have rejected plans for a wind farm in Wigtownshire due to concerns over its “significant adverse impact” on the landscape.
Developer RES wants to construct 11 turbines at Glenchamber between New Luce, Kirkcowan and Glenluce.
A planning committee meeting of Dumfries and Galloway Council decided to refuse the scheme.
A company spokesman said it would review the decision before “considering the next step”.
28 September 2011
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