Credit: By Sophie Wyllie |
6 August 2012 ~~
A 10-year saga over proposals for two giant wind turbines at Shipdham, near Dereham, is set to rumble on after Breckland councillors today voted to refuse planning permission.
The Ecotricity application to build two 100-metre high wind turbines on agricultural land at Wood Farm, Church Lane, was refused by seven votes to four by the council’s planning committee.
More to follow and see tomorrow’s EDP for the full story and reaction.
By Sophie Wyllie |
6 August 2012
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