Credit: BBC News |
20 August 2012 ~~
Scaled down plans for a wind farm in Berwickshire will go on display in the area later this month.
PNE Wind UK Ltd originally planned 10 turbines on land at Brunta Hill, near Westruther.
However, it has now reduced the number to eight and also cut the height of the proposed turbines.
Exhibitions are scheduled to take place at Lauder Public Hall and Westruther Village Hall on 30 and 31 August to gather public opinion.
The revised plans will be submitted to Scottish Borders Council in the autumn.
BBC News |
20 August 2012
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